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Book your tickets now via Ticket Web Secure Online Payment or telephone Ticket Web on 0844 477 1000.


 

Your ticket entitles you to view The Courtauld Gallery's permanent collection and any temporary exhibition that is open to the public on the day of your visit. Tickets are non-refundable.

 

For Customer Service queries regarding online ticket sales please call Ticket Web on 0844 4999 999



Adult: £6
Senior Citizen: £5
Disabled (carer free): £5
NADFAS Member: £5 †

£3 all day Mondays



† Proof of ID / Membership will be required at the Gallery admissions desk



Free entry for Friends of The Courtauld: Members and a guest gain free entry to The Courtauld Gallery at any time. Click here to join


Free admission for: under 18s, students, Friends of The Courtauld, Museum Association Members, ICOM cardholders, Blue Badge Guides, and Registered Unwaged.


Free Admission - please note:

Proof of ID / Membership will be required to gain free entry on the day at the Gallery admissions desk for the above.

You do not need to book in advance but you will need to get a free ticket when you arrive from the Admissions Desk.

During busy periods you may need to queue. We advise you to visit as early as possible to avoid queues.


National Art Pass

National Art Pass holders can enjoy free entry to the permanent collection and smaller displays.

 

Entry to exhibitions is £3 and should be paid upon arrival to the gallery as these tickets cannot be booked in advance.

 


Purchase Tickets


Please read all details carefully before confirming your booking.
Tickets booked online are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.

All bookings will be confirmed by email and/or text message. If you do not receive a confirmation email, your booking has not been accepted.

Your ticket is your email and or text confirmation. One of these must be presented to our Front of House team on the day of your booked visit. We will then scan either your email or text confirmation to confirm the ticket is valid for the correct day and time, before allowing entry.