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The Mall, London: 31 reviews and 53 photos
The Mall Galleries were opened by The Queen in 1971 to show the work of established British artists alongside that of up-and-coming students and unknown painters. It is just 5 minutes walk from Charing Cross in Pall Mall and is run by the Federation of British Artists.
I was there to see the work of a friend and entry was 3GBP but this might vary depending on the exhibition. There are steps at the entrance but it is accessible for wheelchair visitors via a chair lift. I was really impressed with the work on display here - the exhibits were mainly textiles, but others were wood, ceramic and metals and most were for sale. As I didn't have a thousand or even a few hundred pounds on me at the time I bought a postcard for 50p in the gift shop.
Photography is not allowed inside the gallery.
Address: Pall Mall
Directions: Just to the left of Admiralty Arch
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