Monet and Architecture exhibition at the National Gallery – Wednesday 18 July 2018

This critically acclaimed exhibition displays more than 75 of Claude Monet’s paintings of Normandy, Rouen, Paris, London and Venice, showing how he used architecture to compose his paintings. It includes both famous and lesser known works.

You will be able to tour the exhibition individually at your own pace. There will also be time to explore other areas of the Gallery at your choice or e.g. visit the National Portrait Gallery next door.


Timing. Our coach will leave Grayshott at 09.00. We will leave London at 15.30 to get back by about 17.30, possibly earlier if traffic permits.

Booking is open from the May lecture or online via the Booking Request Form.  Tickets £32  (£26 if you have a National Art Pass).

Refreshments. You can have morning coffee, tea and lunch at the Gallery or one of the many nearby cafés and restaurants.

Accessibility. The coach can drop off and pick up within 100 yards of the gallery, which has lifts in the Sainsbury Wing to the exhibition, café/restaurant and other parts of gallery.