The National Gallery of Canada houses Canada`s national art collection. Every day, we welcome a large number of visitors who, in their own way, actively discover the architecture, archives, collections, events and programs of the building. To ensure that our visitors can safely participate in such activities, a safe and comprehensive space is needed, focused on art and free from harassment and discrimination. Please share the rules with your students and companions before and during your visit. Location and opening hours The National Gallery of Art is located on the National Mall between 3rd and 9th Streets along Constitution Avenue NW and is open daily Monday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm. The gallery is closed on December 25th and January 1st. See also map, public transport, parking. Open access image downloads are now available directly on the object pages of this site. More than 50,000 images are available for download, and we will continue to add more free-access images as more works are photographed and artwork enters the public domain. Register today to see all our exhibits first. And it`s free. 17) How can I find information on the length of a film in the Nationalgalerie? In the National Gallery buildings, a sign announcing the film will have a description and runtime next to it.
When you are online, the duration is indicated on the film`s event page at the end of the film description. Our video and PowerPoint before the tour can help you orient yourself and introduce your students to the National Gallery of Art. Yes. For more information, see Accessibility. Food and beverages are permitted in designated gallery food service and reception areas. It is forbidden to eat and drink in the exhibition halls. Nationalgalerie staff must submit a signed certificate form for each visitor in non-public spaces. All art donations must be formally accepted by the Board of Directors to be included in the collection. Donations of works of art that are part of the permanent collection continue to confirm the distinction of the National Gallery. If you cannot find an answer to any of your questions, please email your request to [email protected]. Issues of general interest to visitors to our website will be published when time permits. Inside the National Gallery of Canada, you are not allowed to: Craft coffee and a selection of freshly made packaged sandwiches, seasonal salads and baked goods.
Buy gallery gifts and art books online and have them delivered directly to your home or click and collect during your visit. However, it may be possible to find information online using a web search engine and include some of the following terms: There is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place. Visitors to the National Gallery voluntarily assume all risks associated with exposure to COVID-19. While on National Gallery of Canada property, with the exception of designated lawns and sidewalks, you must not: No proof of vaccination is required for admission or food at this time. Museum shops Reproductions, exhibition catalogues and books on the collections are only available by mail order for educators with a 20% discount. For more information, call (202) 842-6002 or (800) 697-9350. Opening hours Sculpture Garden Open daily 10:00 – 17:00 More information | View copyright notice Recommended for Grades 2-6 Book your free gallery ticket to see the collection and our free exhibitions. Please see the floor plan for the latest room closures and coloring pages for the current location of our paintings. Lunch options Group restaurants are available for larger groups. Please contact us by email for more details. Group menus and booking policies can be found here. Packed lunches can be stored in the changing rooms, but cannot be consumed in the cafes in the gallery.
The National Gallery of Art implements an open access policy for digital images of works of art that we believe are in the public domain. These images are available free of charge for any commercial or non-commercial use, and users do not need permission from the National Gallery of Canada to use these images. If you have any further questions regarding your specific image request, please send us via our online form. How does the registration process for art researchers work? The closest docking stations to Santander Cycles are St Martin`s Street, Craven Street, Pall Mall East, William IV Street, Charles II Street and Oxendon Street. Please check TFL for up-to-date information on nearby Santander Cycle docking stations. External groups are welcome, but we ask all participants to follow visitor policies and protocols. Please explore the National Gallery of Canada with our self-guided resources. Hover over “Collection” in the top navigation bar of each web page, then click Drop-down List and select “Browse Collection”. Search by artist name, title, keyword or other search term.
Search results for a particular object show “View” or “Not visible.” If so, click on the link to see a map of where to find the artwork on our campus. Check back regularly as our facilities change.