Interesting exhibition if you like the impressionist.Lots of people,try to be here already when they open 10.00.
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Picked the highlights for my wife's preferences for her first trip as I have been to London numerous times - too often on business with not nearly enough time to enjoy London.
What a superb facility for London! Most of the exhibitions are free of charge. WE decide to visit the Impressionists in London exhibition on until May. For this you do have to pay but it is well worth the visit.
The Tate was next door to our Hotel Double Tree by Hilton Westminster, I was tempted by free addmission I was ammazed by the art on display and made a donnation, well worth a visit.
We booked to go even though some critics didn’t recommend it. After visiting Musée D’Orsay in Paris we felt this was a must. We thoroughly enjoyed it. The audio guides are essential and could have been longer in description for each room. They didn’t discuss...More
The museum has one of the most interesting collection portraits covering a wide ranges of years. It was well organized mainly by periods of history. One of the greatest pictures was that of Queen Elizabeth I, one of the earliest known.
You can't go to London and not visit the Tates I was told and so I did! I was not disappointed in the least! The building is beautiful for starters and the café had an amazing Victoria sponge cake and some good quality tea but...More
If you love impressionists, you can t miss this place. Its a little hard to find but is a lovely experiance for a few hours. We had lunch here at the cafe which was quite nice.