County Hall Gallery - Dali Universe - The Dalí Universe is a permanent exhibition in County Hall housing Europe's largest collection of works by the Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dalí. The County Hall Gallery is nestled between the London Aquarium and the BA London Eye on London's South Bank.
Dulwich Picture Gallery - There is a magnificent collection of old masters by Rembrandt, Poussin, Watteau, Rubens, Canaletto, Gainsborough and many more. The critically acclaimed loan exhibitions and its setting in the beautiful eighteenth century village of Dulwich, make the Gallery a must for all art lovers.
Guildhall Art Gallery - Collection of the Corporation of London which can be found in Guildhall Yard, next to the Guildhall. The collection includes portraits from the 16th century to the present, ‘London’ pictures and Victorian paintings and sculpture, including famous pre-Raphaelite works.
Hayward Gallery - The Hayward Gallery on the South Bank in London is one of the largest and most versatile temporary art exhibition spaces in Britain. It has proved remarkably adaptable in presenting a wide range of ground-breaking exhibitions over more than thirty years.
Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) - The Institute is a cultural centre showcasing the work of emerging artists and photgraphers, screening cult and foreign films, hosting live debates, events and club nights and providing access to a range of digitally driven events via a fully equipped new media centre.
London International Gallery of Children's Art - London's only art gallery devoted to art produced by children both locally and from around the world.
National Gallery - Located in Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery is generally considered to be one of the best art galleries in the world. It houses some 2,300 paintings of mainly European origin ranging from the mid-13th century through to early 20th century.
National Portrait Gallery - Situated in the Patent Office Building, the National Portrait Gallery houses a vast collection of over 10,000 portraits, mainly of Britons who have figured prominently throughout British history.
Saatchi Gallery - The Saatchi Gallery houses a major collection of contemporary art from the 1980's to the present day focusing on innovative and controversial young British and international artists.
Serpentine Gallery - Gallery situated in Kensington Gardens showcasing modern and contemporary art, sculpture and architecture.
Tate Britain - Tate Britain is the national gallery of British art from 1500 to the present day, the Tudors to the Turner Prize. Tate holds the greatest collection of British art in the world, including works by Blake, Constable, Epstein, Gainsborough, Gilbert and George, Hatoum, Hirst, Hockney, Hodgkin, Hogarth, Moore, Rossetti, Sickert, Spencer, Stubbs and Turner.
Tate Modern - Housed in the former Bankside Power Station, Tate Modern displays the Tate collection of international modern art from 1900 to the present day, including major works by Dalí, Picasso, Matisse, Rothko and Warhol as well as contemporary work by artists such as Dorothy Cross, Gilbert & George and Susan Hiller.
The Queen's Gallery - The Queen’s Gallery is housed within Buckingham Palace and showcases the extensive royal collection of over 9,000 works of art displayed in the royal palaces or kept in store.
Wallace Collection - The Wallace Collection is both a national museum and the finest private collection of art ever assembled by one family. It was bequeathed to the nation by Lady Wallace, widow of Sir Richard Wallace, in 1897, and opened to the public just over three years later on 22 June 1900.
Whitechapel Art Gallery - The Whitechapel Gallery is housed in a beautiful Grade II* listed building designed by Charles Harrison Townsend. It has no permanent collection but hosts temporary exhibitions of contemporary and modern art, including conceptual art and installations, pop art, and art incorporating video, film, performance and new media.
William Morris Gallery - The only public museum devoted to the art of England's best known designer. The permanent collection illustrates Morris's life, work and influence and includes printed, woven and embroidered fabrics, rugs, carpets, wallpapers, furniture, stained glass and painted tiles.