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Meet in the Front Hall, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts
Discover the art, architecture and history of the Royal Academy during these free 30-minute tours.
Free, no booking required.
Meet in Front Hall of Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
Meet in Front Hall of Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts
Explore the Royal Academy’s collection of portraits and self-portraits, in this free hour-long tour.
Join this free hour-long tour and explore some of the great works from the Royal Academy’s Collection.
Main Galleries, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts
A guided tour of the ‘Summer Exhibition 2019’ in British Sign Language (BSL).
Free, booking required.
A tour of our exhibition, Felix Vallotton: Painter of Disquiet, in British Sign Language (BSL).
Free, booking required.
Explore the everyday working lives of Royal Academy artists, past and present, in this free hour-long tour.
Leytonstone, East London. Full address provided on RSVP
Patrons are invited to the home of Victor Benady to discover his collection in the company of several artists as well as being treated to a live performance by Florence Peake.
Free for Patrons, booking required.
King's Cross and Walthamstow. Meeting point provided on RSVP.
Young Patrons are invited on a preview tour ahead of Art Night 2019, with behind-the-scenes access and artist introductions.
Free for Young Patrons, booking required.
A tour of ‘Summer Exhibition 2019’ designed for wheelchair users and mobility impaired visitors.
Old Street, London. Full address provided on RSVP
Patrons are invited to the East London home of British actor and art collector, Russell Tovey.
Enrich your experience of the 251st Summer Exhibition on a 30-minute tour led by members of The Connection, a homelessness charity located in Trafalgar Square.
Free with exhibition entry.
RA Schools, Burlington House
Sam Keelan and Matilda Moors, two of the RA Schools’ graduating artists, lead a guided tour of the annual RA Schools Show, offering you a chance to explore the work of the next generation of artists.
Blind and partially sighted visitors are invited on an audio-described tour of the Summer Exhibition, followed by refreshments and a handling session.
Blind artist David Johnson leads a curated 30-minute tour of five works from this year’s Summer Exhibition.
Bethnal Green, London
Patrons are invited into the studio of award-winning architects and newly elected Royal Academicians, Adam Caruso & Peter St John.
Free for Gold, Platinum and International Patrons. Booking required.
Thames-Side Studio Complex, Woolwich
Join us for a studio hop to visit RA Schools alumni at Thames-Side Studio, followed by a gourmet picnic lunch by the river.
£50 per person. Further details provided on RSVP.
Join an artist from Action Space for a free 30-minute tour of their five highlights from this year’s Summer Exhibition.
The Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Galleries, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
Join us for a morning tour and discover the mesmerising paintings of Helene Schjerfbeck, one of Finland’s best-kept secrets.
Enjoy the Summer Exhibition through a new pair of eyes on a 30-minute curated tour – led by members of attRAct, the RA’s A-level art programme.
Children from our Academy A programme, run in partnership with the Abbey Centre, lead a curated 30-minute tour of works from this year’s Summer Exhibition 2019.
A tour of our exhibition, Félix Vallotton: Painter of Disquiet, designed for wheelchair users and mobility impaired visitors.