Virtual Gallery rooms

Immerse yourself online using your computer, laptop or mobile and explore a selection of rooms at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

Tudor Galleries

Covering early English kings, and the Tudor period, from 1485 through the reign of Henry VIII to his death in 1547 and his succession.

17th Century Galleries

The seventeenth century was a period of huge civil and political disruption, it was also a time of great achievements in science and the arts.

18th Century Galleries

A series of connecting rooms that provide a fascinating insight into Restoration society.

20th Century Galleries

First floor galleries covering the 20th Century from the onset of the First World War till the end of the 1980s.

Victorian Galleries

Covering the long reign of Queen Victoria from 1837 to 1901.

Weldon Galleries

The Weldon Galleries on the top floor encompassing the Regency under King George IV and up to the death of King William IV in 1837.

Lerner Galleries

The Lerner Galleries area mix contemporary displays and temporary exhibitions and displays.

Main Hall

Designed by Sir Jeremy Dixon and Edward Jones, The Ondaatje Wing was opened on 4 May 2000 by HM The Queen.