Courtauld Gallery include works of Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Cezanne, Giovanni Bellini, Francisco Goya, Lucas Cranach the Elder, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Sandro Botticelli .. .
Courtauld Gallery is renowned as one of the finest small galleries in the world. The Courtauld Gallery’s collection begins chronologically with the Renaissance period and ends in the 20th century.
Visitors can enjoy a remarkable art collection. The many highlights of the Courtauld Art Gallery include works by such esteemed European artists as Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Cezanne, Giovanni Bellini, Francisco Goya, Lucas Cranach the Elder, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Sandro Botticelli, Claude Monet and Thomas Gainsborough.
The Courtauld is based at Somerset House. It is an independent college of the University of London. It offers a range of degree programmes. Courtauld faculty teach and supervise research from western antiquity to the global present.
Courtauld Gallery: Admission ticket price, opening hours
Admission Tickets: Adults £7.00, Concessions (visitors with disabilities, 60+) £6.00, Children 18 years and under Free, National Art Pass Free, Students (UK and International) Free, Registered unwaged Free. Ticket includes all temporary exhibitions on display on the date of your visit. No tickets over telephone.
Opening hours: Daily 10am – 6pm (last admission 5.30pm) Closed 25 and 26 December
Address and nearest tube to Courtauld Gallery
Address: Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 0RN. It is located at The Strand entrance of Somerset House.
Telephone: 020 7848 2777, 020 7845 4671
Nearest Tube Train Bus: Temple (Circle and District lines), Charing Cross (Bakerloo and Northern lines), Embankment (Bakerloo, Circle, District and Northern lines), Covent Garden (Piccadilly line). Railway Station- Waterloo, Charing Cross. Bus- Bus numbers 1 4 26 59 68 76 168 171 172 188 243 341 521 RV1 X68 139 176 6 9 11 15 23 87 91 0 25 55 73 98 390
Nearest Car Parking: at Drury Lane and the South Bank Centre. Using public transport is more convenient