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What's OnMeet Father Christmas at The National Gallery

Step into a painter's winter wonderland, meet Father Christmas and his elves, and take home a great gift from one of London’s leading art galleries this festive season.
  • Dates 12/12/2020 - 23/12/2020
  • Location National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, WC2N 5DN
  • Price £20 per child, £10 per adult
The man in the big red suit is set to stop off at the National Gallery from the 12th-13th December and 17th-23rd December 2020.Running from 10.15am – 8pm on select dates through December, it’s the ultimate festive experience for budding young artists. You’ll meet Father Christmas and his Elves, enjoy a tasty treat, and take home a great gift from one of London’s leading art galleries.Tickets cost £20 including a gift, for children under 12, and are £10 including refreshments, for adults and children 12+. Tickets booked for visits before 5pm include free access to the National Gallery Collection, making it a must-visit for art lovers this festive season.Plus, don’t miss a painter’s winter wonderland as you explore Hendrick Avercamp's 'Winter Scene'. Journey with the National Gallery to learn more about the characters as they play, show-off, laugh and fall over, all overlooked by a giant pink castle.What’s more, step into the painting with the Gallery’s life-size seasonal scene. Take a photo and take it home with you to cherish the memory for a lifetime.Whatever you decide, make memories that’ll last a lifetime this Christmas with the National Gallery.Book your tickets online here. Or, call or email using the following details:T: +44 020 7747 2885E:

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