Monday 20 May 2013 -
National Portrait Gallery
The National Portrait Gallery was founded in 1856, preserving portraits of historical English figures from Shakespeare, and Queen Elisabeth I, all the way to David Bowie and Stephen Hawking. You will find more than 1,000 portraits in chronological order from the third floor (Tudor period) to the most recent on the ground floor. Admission to the National Portrait Gallery is free.
Tube: Charing Cross, Leicester Square or Embankment
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