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Wallace Collection, London

#8 of 262 in Historic Sites in London
Art Museum · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
See some of the world’s finest art at Wallace Collection, which displays an impressive array of 18th-century French furniture, porcelain, and Old Master paintings. Established in 1897, this museum is arranged into 25 separate galleries with nearly 5,500 objects. Visit the site to see masterpieces by Titian, Rembrandt, Rubens, Velazquez, de Hooch, Van Dyck, and Joshua Reynolds, to name just a few. The museum also holds a large collection of gold boxes, miniatures, sculptures, and armor. Drop in for a free tour and learn the story behind this outstanding collection, or time your visit to coincide with one of many special events, such as specialized lectures and family activities. A visit to Wallace Collection represents just the start of the adventure when you use our London driving holiday planner to plot your vacation.
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  • An extraordinary institution a stone’s throw from the tawdry commercial hustle and bustle of Oxford Street but it could be in a different world. A stately home which would be remarkable enough for...  more »
  • This was my second visit this year(last one in August).and my first visit to a gallery since the second lockdown ended.I never tire of this beautiful place,its always quiet!I love the...  more »
  • A hidden gem in London. I was staying in London for a few days and this showed up on my google maps when walking. I certainly was very impressed with the whole collection and spent a few hours going round. Good little gift shop at the end with fair prices as well. I would definitely recommend visiting if you are in the area.
  • History buffs, this is right up your street. Beautiful exhibits. Whether it’s the suits of armour and weaponry or the astounding gilt carvings and fine pottery. The tea room in the courtyard serves a lovely afternoon tea for the full “British” elegant nibbles and tea experience.

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