Wallace Collection

Top 1% of attractions in London
9 / 10

10 expert reviews

“This elegant town-house gallery is one of the capital’s lesser-known art spots, but it's simply packed with priceless paintings, furniture and porcelain”

– Afar Magazine

"This exquisite labyrinth of an art gallery is housed in Hertford House, an 18th-century mansion that was bequeathed to the nation, along with its contents, by the widow of Sir Richard Wallace." Full review
Stay for lunch at the restaurant, which is elegantly sited in a glass-roofed courtyard.
"A treat along the lines of the Frick in New York, wherein the setting is as much of a draw as the art, the Wallace Collection is spread out over the 28 rooms of a gracious mansion in the West End."
"This collection, built up over 2 centuries by one of London's leading aristocratic families, is a contrasting array of art and armaments." Full review
Let's Go
"The ground floor’s four Armoury Galleries boast scads of richly decorated weapons and burnished suits of armor, while the State Rooms hold a collection of sumptuous Sèvres porcelain. " Full review
Michelin Guide
3 Stars
"The largest private art collection, bequeathed to the nation in 1900, can be found in Hertford House, a beautiful private mansion in Marylebone." Full review
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