The National Gallery aims to make access to the paintings enjoyable and welcoming to the widest possible public. There are a range of facilities to help you see the collection, visit exhibitions and come to events.
The Gallery offers British Sign Language-interpreted talks on paintings for deaf visitors and art sessions for visitors who are blind and partially sighted.
For school groups, the Gallery can also offer sessions using multi-sensory materials for students who are blind and partially sighted, and for students with learning disabilities. Find out more
The nearest tube station with step-free access from platform to street level is Westminster station, on the Jubilee, District and Circle lines. Then take buses: 12, 24, 88 or 453.
For bus stops, see bus map
Visitors with disabilities can get discounts on exhibition tickets and bring an escort free of charge.
Entrance to the Collection of paintings is free.
Contact Information on 020 7747 2590 or email email@example.com for all general access queries
Contact Education on 020 7747 2864 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a query about an access event
Further access information
Visit DisabledGo [external website] for comprehensive access information on the National Gallery and other London tourist attractions
National Gallery has received a highly commended award in the national Rough Guide to Accessible Britain Awards as one of the top accessible attractions in the UK in the Best Free Venue category.