The National Gallery offers a unique opportunity to host an event amongst a world-renowned collection of art in the heart of the city, in iconic Trafalgar Square. The privilege of holding an event in the Gallery’s most exclusive venue spaces is currently reserved to our corporate members.
Corporate membership at the National Gallery
Corporate membership at the National Gallery offers you privileged access to one of the finest national collections in the world in a leading historic and iconic institution. Entertain your guests amongst masterpieces by artists such as Michelangelo, Van Gogh and Turner.
From to Rembrandt, access to our critically acclaimed exhibitions is also reserved for corporate members of the National Gallery; offering you the perfect opportunity to treat your guests to private views of highly sought-after and leading exhibitions.
Highlights of corporate membership
Exclusive entertaining spaces
A number of the Gallery’s stunning rooms are reserved for exclusive venue hire by our corporate members. For more information, including images of the rooms, please download the brochure below:
Unlimited free admission for staff and clients to our Sainsbury Wing exhibitions.
Exclusive evening events hosted by the Gallery for your staff and clients that offer a drinks reception with guided tours of our world-famous collection and exhibitions.
Exclusive event invites
For high-level employees of your organisation which include Opening Events and Dinners that are attended by high net-worth donors, patrons and companies.
Behind the scenes access
Offer your clients or employees the once in a lifetime opportunity to engage with priceless works of art in our leading Conservation, Scientific and Framing departments.
To enquire about joining our corporate membership programme, please contact:
Sofija Matich, Corporate Development Manager on 0207 747 5802 or email email@example.com
For any enquiries regarding hosting one-off events at the National Gallery please contact the Events team:
Tel 020 7747 5860 or via email
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