The National Gallery houses over 2,300 paintings of Western European from the 13th to the 19th centuries. It is the fifth most-visited modern art gallery in the world.
Artwork is arranged in grouped collections relating to combinations of time, place and subject.
The National Café and the Espresso Bar, both on level 0 near the Getty Entrance Trafalgar Square, serve refreshments and light meals. The National Dinning Rooms in the Sainsbury Wing offers classic dishes and comfort food.
The shop on level 0 selling an extensive range of prints and items related to art, culture, and to the art gallery. There is also an online shop.
There are facilities for the disabled throughout the gallery.
The National Gallery web site allows you to view many artworks online and view informative videos.
The National Gallery does not charge for entry but donations are gratefully received to allow it to carry out its work. You may donate when you visit the gallery or by clicking the Charity Link below.
Access to National Gallery is free.