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5 Days
13th May 2024 & 16th September 2024
From £839

Visit some of the most iconic British art galleries

London is home to some of the most influential art galleries in the UK, with pieces dating back to the 16th century. Visit the capital and find yourself immersed in representations of culture, and spectacular works of art.

Price is per person sharing a twin or double room and is based on 30 passengers. 10 Singles at no supplement. 

  • Itinerary/Excursions

    The National Gallery

    Enjoy an intimate one hour tour with a Blue Badge Guide around one of the greatest collections of Western European paintings from the 16th to the 19th centuries. The National Gallery tells the story of European art from its home in London's Trafalgar Square. 

    The National Portrait Gallery

    The National Portrait Gallery is home to a collection of portraits of historically important and famous British people. Next door to the National Gallery on Trafalgar Square, explore 120,000 portraits from the 16th century to the present day.

    Hampton Court Palace

    Discover the private lives and public dramas of Henry VIII, his wives, children, and court. Explore the spectacular Baroque Palace built for William III and Mary II, alongside the stunning outdoor spaces and 60 acres of magnificent gardens.

    Tate Modern

    The Tate Modern is home to over 100 years of art, from modernism in the early 1900s all the way to works from today, including paintings, sculptures, and more made by artists all over the world such as Pablo Picasso, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, and Jenny Holzer.

    Tate Britain

    The Tate Britain's collection displays British art arranged by date. Each artwork tells a story, from a glimpse to a moment in history, the life of the artist or subject, or how or why the work is made. The artwork exhibited is from 1500 to the present day, and promotes British art internationally.

    Bankside Gallery

    Opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 1980, Bankside Gallery is situated on the Thames Path, just along from the Tate Modern. The gallery is home to the Royal Watercolour Society and the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers and the exhibitions are influenced by this.

    Battersea Power Station

    The iconic Grade II listed Battersea Power Station has been brought back to life as one of the most exciting and innovative mixed use neighbourhoods in the world – a place for locals, tourists and residents to enjoy a unique blend of shops, bars, restaurants, leisure and entertainment venues, parks and historical spaces.

  • Your Holiday Includes

    • 4 nights at the Hilton Cobham
    • Bed & Breakfast
    • Guided Tour of the National Gallery
    • Hampton Court Palace
    • Private coach travel
    • Services of an experienced driver
    • 10 singles with no supplement 
    • Cancellation Protection
  • Hotel Details

    The Hilton Cobham

    Sitting at the gateway to The Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and less than 30 minutes from central London, Hilton Cobham delivers the perfect getaway with options for peaceful countryside rambling, quaint village exploration, or exciting city adventures. 

    The newly renovated rooms reflect the natural calm of the wooded landscape around the hotel, providing relaxing 4-star comfort. Guests can unwind in the upscale Mediterranean Bar and Restaurant with all new vibrant décor or they can sip Prosecco on the garden terrace while indulging in afternoon tea delights.

    The hotel offers free WiFi, room service, a fitness center, tennis, TV, work space, and en suite rooms. The hotel does not have a lift, but has accessible rooms without steps.

  • Dates

    13th May 2024

    16th September 2024


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