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The Wallace Collection rated 7th most popular attraction in London

The Wallace Collection has received an "excellent" rating status from visitors who shared their opinions on TripAdvisor. We have also been named the 7th most popular attraction within the Capital out of 1229.

Recent reviews include the following;

"The children may well love it, fantastic collection of armour, paintings pottery etc, everything will take you way more time to see than you expect. Do allow at least 4 hours to visit, really great collection my family loved it and we will go again for sure and we live 6000 miles away!"

"Its great. You should go, even if you only pop in, (admission is free and its in the center of London, near to other tourist attractions), but there's a good chance you'll spend much longer than you planned for there. The collection and interior of the house are beautiful and magnificent. You can see Fragonard's 'The Swing'."

"The Wallace Collection had been on our to-do list for several London visits and we went there on a Sunday morning in June and we agree with the previous reviews that.. “It is simply amazing!”……… Although much larger than we were expecting it is very intimate and comfortable to visit . As all the previous reviewers have said the collection is fantastic, however the quality and style of the décor and finish of all areas of the building is also to be admired. The museum has a restaurant in the enclosed courtyard offering excellent food at all times of the day and we will be back to this very stylish oasis just off Oxford Street many times to enjoy lunches or afternoon teas etc."

“A hidden gem, tucked-away in a leafy square just behind Selfriges store on frenetic Oxford Street, but not to be missed. Personally, I'm not enamoured by flouncy flashy French styles of art, but nevertheless entirely 'gobsmacked' by the sheer scale and quality on display here. Such an experience too to come face to face with Rembrandt's self-portrait as well as the Laughing Cavalier. There is a swish elegant covered courtyard cafe too. Cannot recommend more highly!”


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