Gerhard Richter – until 31 May | National Portrait Gallery

gerhard-richterOpening hours
Saturday – Wednesday 10.00 – 18.00
Closure commences at 17.50
Thursdays and Fridays until 21.00
Closure commences at 20.50



How to Book
Advance booking highly recommended. Book online or call 0844 579 1924 (transaction fee applies)

Tickets
Full price: £8
Concessions: £7 and £6
Members: Admission free
There is a special Members allocation for all time slots therefore Members do not need to book tickets in advance. Please click here to find out more about becoming a Member.

Concessions Children 12–18 years, Senior Citizens, Registered Unemployed, Students, Disabled people with one carer.
Art Fund Members 50% discount

Free admission
Children under 12 years in family groups.

Senior Citizen Offer
Every Wednesday during the exhibition visitors aged 60 years and over can see the exhibition for only £6.

Special Late Night Openings
The exhibition is open until 21.00 on Thursdays and Fridays. Enjoy special talks from artists and writers on Thursdays and experience a variety of free music events on Fridays.

Groups
Adult groups of 10 or more, £7 each, Senior Citizen groups of 10 or more, £6.50 each (minimum two weeks advance booking required). Call 020 7312 2483

Student groups
Students, in organised groups of 10 or more with lecturers, £5.50 each (minimum two weeks advance booking required). Call 020 7312 2483



Getting to the Gallery
For full details of access and facilities at the Gallery and a map click here
St Martin’s Place, London WC2H 0HE

– London Underground Leicester Square / Charing Cross

– Rail Charing Cross

– Buses to Trafalgar Square

– Orange Street Street ramp/shop entrance in St Martin’s Place


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