Emilia, Lady Cahir, Later Countess of Glengall by Thomas Lawrence, 1804 The Board of Trustees of the Chevening Estate

Emilia, Lady Cahir, Later Countess of Glengall
by Thomas Lawrence, 1804
The Board of Trustees of the Chevening Estate

How to book
Advance booking recommended.

Book online

By phone
Call 0844 248 5033 (transaction fee applies)
Phone tickets can be purchased up to 18.00 on the day before your visit.

In person
Tickets can be purchased (subject to availability) from the Information Desk in the Ondaatje Wing Main Hall.

Tickets

Gift Aid tickets
Gift Aid Adult £13.20
Gift Aid Senior £12.00

If you are a UK taxpayer and give a minimum of an extra 10% per ticket through the Gift Aid scheme, we can reclaim the tax you have already paid on the earnings with which you purchased your ticket.

The donation of 10% is voluntary but if you donate we are able to claim Gift Aid on the full amount, not just the 10%. Your donation will help us to acquire outstanding portraits for our Collection.

Standard tickets
Full price £12
Concessions £10 and £9
Children 12–18 years, Senior Citizens, Registered Unemployed, Students, Disabled people with one carer. Art Fund members 50% discount.

Members
Admission is free with no need to pre-book – Join today

Free admission
Gallery Supporters and children under 12 years in family groups.

Senior Citizen Offer
Every Wednesday during the exhibition visitors aged 60 years and over can see the exhibition for only £9.

Groups
Groups of 10 or more: Adults £11 each, Senior Citizens, £9.50 each, Students – in organised groups with lecturers – £8.50 each (minimum two weeks advance booking required, no booking fee). Call 020 7312 2483.

Audio Guide
A special audio-visual guide, narrated by Simon Russell Beale, includes exclusive insights from the exhibition curators and introduces Lawrence and his world (click here to listen to a sample). Price £3. Reserve your audio-visual guide in advance when you book your tickets online

Also showing
Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2010

11 November 2010–20 February 2011.
Admission: £2.