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Museum and Gallery Summer Openings

Several of London's galleries have already re-opened in a socially distanced way. August is the month for museums. Make sure you check opening days/hours and book in advance.

Imperial War Museum 

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The Imperial War Museums and the Churchill War Rooms will reopen on 1 August. 10am–6pm. Advanced booking open now. Click here for details.

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NHM, V&A, Science Museum

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The South Ken Big Three are doing a staggered re-opening:

  • The Natural History Museum kicks off on 5 Aug, Wed–Sun 11am–6pm. Click here for details.

  • The V&A is doing phased re-opening starting with ground and lower ground floor galleries on 6 Aug, Thurs–Sun 11am–3pm. Further opening, including the fab Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk from 27 Aug 11am–7pm. Click here for details.

  • The Science Museum completes the trio on 19 Aug. Click here.

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The Royal Academy

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Camille Pissarro, Plum Trees in Blossom Ordrupgaard, Copenhagen

The galleries are open Thurs-Sun, 11am–4pm. Tickets to Picasso and Paper are sold out.

Gaugin and the Impressionists opens on 7 Aug–18 Oct. Current ticket allocations are sold out but more will be released next month. Click here for details.

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London Transport Museum

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The Museum remains closed but the Acton Depot is open 19–23 Aug and 26–30 Aug with a family-friendly trail. Click here to book.

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Dulwich Picture Gallery

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The Gallery remains closed but from tomorrow (Friday) anyone can experience the gallery’s acclaimed British Surrealism exhibition for free online, with a virtual walk through produced with The Net Gallery. Click here for a preview. The cafe and lovely gallery gardens are open.

Emily Turner, 30 July

 

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