Dulwich Picture Gallery

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Dulwich Village

Lending weight to the idea that the best things come in small packages, this bijou gallery – the first to be purpose-built in the UK – was designed by Sir John Soane in 1811. It's a beautiful space that shows off Soane's ingenuity with and interest in lighting effects. Dulwich displays a small but outstanding collection of work by Old Masters, offering a fine introduction to the baroque era through works by Rembrandt, Rubens, Poussin and Gainsborough. It also has a fine programme of temporary exhibitions and live events and an appealing café.

Venue name: Dulwich Picture Gallery
Address: Gallery Rd
SE21 7AD
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10am-5pm; bank hol Mons 11am-5pm (last adm 4.30pm).
Transport: Rail: West Dulwich
Price: £6, seniors £5, children free; additional charge for temporary exhibitions £10
  • The late '50s. New York lavatory attendant Tom Ripley (Damon) may not be conventionally talented, but he's very able when it comes to reacting on the spot, especially with little white lies. When shipbuilder Herbert Greenleaf assumes he's an old...
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  • Until Sunday November 15 2015
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  • Workshops and classes Sunday September 6 2015 - Sunday December 6 2015
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  • Saturday October 3 2015 - Sunday October 4 2015
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  • Wednesday October 14 2015 - Sunday January 17 2016
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