Dulwich Picture Gallery is the world's first purpose-built public art gallery. Explore the grand building, designed and built by by Sir John Soane, and its notable art collection.
What's on display at Dulwich Picture Gallery?
The Dulwich Picture Gallery houses more than 600 paintings, including one of the world’s finest collections of Old Masters. Artists on display include Rembrandt, Gainsborough, Rubens and Canaletto.
Temporary exhibitions also take place throughout the year.
Where is Dulwich Picture Gallery and how to I get there?
Dulwich Picture Gallery is located on Gallery Road in Dulwich, south London.Located in Dulwich Village between Brixton and Peckham, Dulwich Picture Gallery is only a short 12-minute train journey from Victoria or London Bridge stations, followed by a short walk.
What are Dulwich Picture Gallery opening hours?
The Dulwich Picture Gallery is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm (last entry at 4.30pm). Usually closed on Monday, the gallery is open on Bank Holiday Mondays from 10am to 5pm.
|Child ticket (under 18 years old)||Free|
|Concession ticket||From £8.00 per ticket|
|Adult ticket||From £15.00 per ticket|
Free entry for children under 18, Friends of the Dulwich Picture Gallery and Museum Association Members.
Free entry to permanent collection only for unemployed, disabled, students (valid student card must be available), Art Fund members, children under 18, Museum Association Members and Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery.
Higher prices for temporary exhibitions. Please see the gallery's website for more details.