INTRODUCING THE BRITAIN’S SISTINE CHAPEL

INTRODUCING THE BRITAIN’S SISTINE CHAPEL

PAINTED HALL

Known as Britain’s Sistine Chapel, the Painted Hall is an epic 18th century masterpiece of baroque art.

The Painted Hall is known as the UK’s own Sistine Chapel and it is one of the most spectacular and important baroque interiors in Europe. Its ceiling and wall decorations were conceived and executed by the British artist Sir James Thornhill between 1707 and 1726 at the pivotal moment when the United Kingdom was created and became a dominant power in Europe

Steeped in history and housed within the beautiful grounds and stunning architecture of Sir Christopher Wren’s Old Royal Naval College, the Painted Hall is the perfect place for your group to visit.

Discover the fascinating story of the Painted Hall and its cast of characters

Recently reopened following a major conservation project

Tickets include use of a multimedia guide (available in 7 languages), talks and tours throughout the day and hands-on exhibits

Take in over 500 years of history with private guided tours available

Preferential rates for groups of 10 people or more

Tempting pre-booked food and drink packages on offer, including Afternoon Tea in the elegant King William Undercroft beneath the Painted Hall