Dulwich Picture Gallery houses a range of 17th and 18th-century European works like Rembrandt, Raphael, Thomas Gainsborough, Claude-Joseph Vernet, Annibale Carracci .. ..
Dulwich Picture Gallery is housed in an historic building, opened in 1811 as the United Kingdom’s first purpose-built public art gallery.
It houses a range of 17th and 18th-century European works, by such luminaries as Rembrandt, Raphael, Thomas Gainsborough, Claude-Joseph Vernet, Annibale Carracci, Anthony Van Dyck, Aelbert Cuyp, Joshua Reynolds, Marcus Gheerarts the Younger, Nicolas Poussin, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo and Philip Wouwerman. This eclectic range of European artists wows tens of thousands of London tourists every year.
Dulwich Picture Gallery: Admission ticket price, opening hours
Admission Tickets: Permanent Collection- Adults: £8 Senior Citizens (Aged 65 and over): £7 Concession (Disabled/ Unemployed/ Students / Under 18’s / Art Fund/ Museums Association Members): Free, Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery: Free. Ticket price includes voluntary Gift-aid donation. Gallery Guided Tour is free.
Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday 10am – 5pm (Last Entry 4:30pm). The Gallery is open on all Bank Holidays including Bank Holiday Monday.
Address and nearest tube to Dulwich Picture Gallery
Address: 7 Gallery Road, London, SE21 7AD
Telephone and Email: 020 8693 5254, 020 8299 8750 Email. [email protected], [email protected]
Nearest Tube Train Bus: Brixton (Victoria Line, then P4 Bus or train to West Dulwich), Railway Stations- West Dulwich, North Dulwich. Overground Train- Peckham Rye (then train or the 37 bus to ‘North Dulwich Station’), Bus- Bus numbers P4, 3, 37, P13
Nearest Car Parking: Free parking on Gallery Road directly outside the Gallery