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Art for the Nation

Art for the Nation brings together 200 of the finest of over 4000 paintings in the Museum’s care, under the roof of the Queen’s House – the Museum’s showcase for art.

Queen's House, Greenwich
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Richard Wilson: 20:50

Richard Wilson is one of Britain's most celebrated sculptors. 20:50 is a site specific oil installation first created in 1987.

Saatchi Gallery
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Sitting the Light Fantastic: an installation by Kei Ito

Kei Ito's practice links together costume design for dance and theatre productions, fashion and accessories design, and textile and costume exhibitions for galleries. The installation has created a magical, fairy tale landscape within the front garden.

Geffrye Museum
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Alan Cristea Gallery, 31 Cork Street

One of the leading commercial contemporary galleries in Europe, the Alan Cristea Gallery is the primary representative for a number of established international contemporary artists, artists' estates and emerging artists. 

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Arch 402 Gallery

Arch 402 Gallery opened in 2010 and showcases up-coming and mid-career artists from the UK and Germany.

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Artsdepot

Artsdepot’s dynamic exhibitions of contemporary art work seek to reflect the vibrancy and diversity of the borough it serves. Artsdepot is the only professional arts venue in the London Borough of Barnet and provides a range of high quality visual and performance arts.

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Bethlem Gallery

The Bethlem Gallery was founded in 1997 to showcase the inspirational talents of artists who have experienced mental health difficulties from South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.

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Brick Lane Gallery

The Brick Lane Gallery exhibits an eclectic variety of contemporary and street artby British and International artists, focusing mainly on exhibiting emerging and mid-career artists. 

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Calvert 22 Gallery

Calvert 22 is the UK’s only not for profit foundation focused on contemporary art and culture from Russia, CIS Countries and Eastern Europe.

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Centre for Recent Drawing

Centre for Recent Drawing is London’s museum space for drawing, hosting a constant rotating series of exhibitions.

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Couper Collection

The Couper Collection exhibits artwork and installations by London artist Max Couper made onboard a fleet of historic Thames barges over the past two decades.

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Galerie8

GALERIE8 is a contemporary art gallery located in the Arthaus building of London Fields. 

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Hales Gallery

Hales Gallery opened in 1992 as an alternative space in Deptford, South London. From this unlikely venue, Paul Hedge and Paul Maslin successfully launched the careers of a number of emerging British artists at that time, including among many others, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Mike Nelson and Sarah Jones. 

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Hollybush Gardens

Hollybush Gardens is a contemporary art gallery in Bethnal Green run by Lisa Panting and Malin Ståhl. Hollybush Gardens represent Johanna Billing, Andrea Büttner, Knut Henrik Henriksen, Claire Hooper, Anja Kirschner, Benoit Maire, Eline McGeorge, Bruno Pacheco, Ruth Proctor, Karl Holmqvist, Falke Pisano.

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L-13 Gallery

L-13 is an independent contemporary gallery in Clerkenwell that seeks to reinvigorate and subvert pre-conceived ways in which art is considered and produced, blurring the distinctions between art production and exhibition. 

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Louise Blouin Foundation

The Louise Blouin Foundation is one of the largest non-government funded, not-for-profit cultural spaces in London. The Foundation features exhibitions of both established and emerging international contemporary artists alongside a lively programme of lectures and events.

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National Portrait Gallery

The National Portrait Gallery covers portraiture in a variety of media: painting, sculpture, photography and video. The gallery owns more than 160,000 portraits of famous British men and women from the 16th century to the present day. There is a portrait representing virtually every kind of career that has existed in the public eye throughout British history.

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Nettie Horn

Contemporary art gallery in East London.

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October Gallery

October Gallery is the first London gallery to exhibit cutting-edge contemporary art from all cultures around the planet and leading pioneer of the Transvangarde - the shape of things to come.

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Orleans House Gallery

Stroll along a peaceful riverside road into secluded woodland gardens, to find a stunning 18th century interior design - and the principal art gallery for the borough of Richmond upon Thames.

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Parasol Unit

Founded in December 2004, Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art is a registered educational charity in England and Wales and a not-for-profit institution that operates purely for the public benefit. Every year Parasol Unit organises four challenging and thought-provoking exhibitions of works in various media by contemporary artists.

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Queen's House, Greenwich

The 17th-century Queen's House represents a turning point in English architecture. It now showcases the Museum's fine-art collection including paintings by Gainsborough, Lely, Hogarth, Reynolds, Hodges and the van de Veldes. 

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Rich Mix

Rich Mix is a charity and social enterprise that offers live music, film, dance, theatre, comedy, spoken word and a range of creative activities for people of all ages and all cultures. All profits go back to support our education, arts and community activities which nurture new and local talent.

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Celebrity Spex Scandal

This exhibition features the spectacles of a criminal optician, an obese but nonetheless vain writer, a fickle actor who ordered a prop and then rejected it, a product banned for sale in America and the glasses of several ‘famous’ people of whom you may never even have heard!

British Optical Association Museum
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Our Londinium 2012

Young people reflect upon the history and legacies of Roman London and its influences on and connections with London and Londoners today; Part of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad.

Museum of London
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Treasures of the Archive

An exhibition of treasures from the collections of the BPMA, representing the great wealth of material in The Royal Mail Archive and the Museum Collection.

British Postal Museum and Archive
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Who Is Blind?

‘Who is Blind?’ describes the changing legal definition of blindness and the words used to describe those with partial sight from the mid 18th century onwards. It showcases equipment for the blind and the work of the various eyesight charities to cater for blind people.

British Optical Association Museum
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Explore and Play
Cuming Museum
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All Hallows by the Tower

Located next to the Tower of London, All Hallows has a long and fascinating story to be told. We will be pleased to show you our beautiful building and tell you about our history.

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Anaesthesia Heritage Centre

The Heritage Centre contains the Association’s archives, museum and rare book collection and is open to everyone. The Heritage Centre is a unique resource for research into the history of anaesthesia.

Admission free. Appointments recommended.

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Bank of England Museum

The Bank of England Museum tells the story of the Bank of England from its foundation in 1694 to its role today as the United Kingdom's central bank. The historical displays include material drawn from the Bank's own collections of books, documents, silver, prints, paintings, banknotes, coins and photographs

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Barnet Museum

The Museum contains archives, objects, prints, photographs, paintings and maps reflecting the development of Chipping Barnet and the surrounding area, as well as a notable collection of period costumes and accessories, domestic items and lace. Its building is an attractive early Georgian house in the heart of Chipping Barnet.

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Bethlem Royal Hospital Archives and Museum

Bethlem Royal Hospital is the original ‘Bedlam’, one of the world’s oldest hospitals for the treatment of mental illness. The Archives and Museum at Bethlem Royal Hospital care for an important and well-respected collection of documents, photographs, artefacts and works of art dating back to the 12th century.

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British Dental Association Museum

The museum is based in the British Dental Association headquarters in central London and is open to everyone. From 19th century dental floss to toothache cures, clockwork drills to toothpaste adverts, there is more to discover than you might imagine.

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British Library

The permanent display at the British Library is astonishing. Literature lovers will be in their element, as will historians, theologians, musicians and anyone who has an interest in the evolution of print over time. 

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British Museum

With 6 million artefacts from cultures spanning the globe, both past and present, the British Museum in London is the number one most visited attraction in the UK, with over five million visitors per year. It is almost guaranteed that you will feel compelled to return for many more visits.

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British Optical Association Museum

This is a remarkable museum collection comprising over sixteen thousand outstanding objects and archival items relating to the history of ophthalmic optics (optometry), the human eye and visual aids, as well as the representation of these subjects in art. 

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British Postal Museum and Archive

Britain's postal heritage cherished and BPMA's collections valued as world class, with world class access.

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Bromley Museum

Discover Bromley's past at the borough museum

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Bruce Castle Museum

Bruce Castle is a Grade I listed 16th Century manor house in 20 acres of parkland, and now houses local history collections relating to the Borough of Haringey.

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Brunei Gallery, SOAS

The Brunei Gallery is an exciting venue in central London that hosts a programme of changing contemporary and historical exhibitions from Asia, Africa and the Middle East. 

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Building Centre

The Building Centre is a permanent exhibition centre and an established source of information for the construction industry attracting over 100,000 visitors each year through its base in central London.

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Clockmakers' Museum and Library

The Clockmakers’ Museum is a charming place to visit, full of dainty miniature ladies’ watches and imposing grandfather clocks, and packed full of historical information about the English clockmakers’ guild. Undoubtedly a must-see for anyone with an interest in antique clocks and watches.

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Cuming Museum

The Cuming Museum is the home of the worldwide collection of the Cuming Family and the museum of Southwark's history.  **Due to a fire in Walworth Town Hall on Monday 25 March, the Walworth One Stop Shop, Cuming Museum and Newington Library are closed.**

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Faraday Museum at the Royal Institution

In our museum you can explore the world-changing science that's happened at the RI since 1799. The displays are spread across three floors of the RI building. In fact, wherever you go in the RI you'll see the instruments that have made science work for the last two centuries. 

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Fitzroy House

Fitzroy House is an original 1791 building, housing a museum on four floors, illustrating the life and work of L. Ron Hubbard. 

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Forty Hall Museum

The museum collections focus on the local and social history of the pre-1965 London Boroughs of Edmonton, Southgate and Enfield with a strong emphasis on everyday, household ceramics and glass of the 19th and 20th centuries.

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Fulham Palace

Fulham Palace’s stately rooms house an intriguing museum that interprets the site’s extraordinary history.

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