Visit the great Royal Academy of Arts in London


    London is full of great attractions and experiences that have evolved from its extensive history and heritage. The Royal Academy of Arts in London is one such attraction. It takes you through the history of Britain through its exclusive and preserved pieces of art. This academy is located in Burlington House in Piccadilly, London. The nearest tube station to get to the venue is the Green Park tube station on the Jubilee/Victoria/Piccadilly line. You can visit the academy from 10:00am- 6:00pm every day except Friday (last admission to galleries 5:30pm) and 10:00am -10:00pm on Friday (last admission to galleries 9:30pm). The admission fee or ticket prices to the Royal Academy of Art vary from the type of exhibition being held.

    The Royal Academy of Arts London hosts many temporary and touring exhibitions.  Founded in 1768, it is the oldest fine arts institution in Britain. The best to visit the exhibition is during its annual Summer Exhibition that has been traditionally running since the birth of the institution. Here carefully selected works of upcoming and rising artist and academicians are displayed. It gives them a great platform to showcase their work and gain recognition.

    Royal Academy of Arts

    People travel from all over the world to see some of the finest pieces of art by celebrated and other budding artists. To get the most out the exhibition, plan your stay at the luxurious Park Grand London Kensington Hotel.  Located just moments away from the Royal Academy of Arts it makes it easier for you to get to the venue as well as explore other prime attraction in London. Only a three minutes’ walk from the Earl’s Court tube station, this hotel offers the best luxury services, amenities and comfort that will surely make your trip more memorable.

    Famous artists like George Romney, Lord Leighton and Dame Laura Knight to name a few, who have proudly displayed their works here. The most prized possession of the Academy’s collection is Michelangelo’s Taddei Tondo. Plus, the walls and ceiling are decorated with the painting of Benjamin West and Angelica Kauffman.

    The Academy is easily accessible by all with all facilities for people with special needs. It is always buzzing with talk, tours, workshops, courses, classes and more special events for you get the best exposure and optimum knowledge about the Royal Academy of Arts.  You can also sign up with their newsletters and blogs to stay up-to-date about the upcoming events in the Academy.