Located on the right side of the shopping mall, the Moore Gallery in London faces the naval arch of Buckingham Palace from Trafalgar Square. The exhibition is usually replaced every two weeks and covers a wide range of artistic interests. They often hold exhibitions of large-scale painting competitions. Tickets are mostly free, but sometimes a small fee is charged.
It's very close to Buckingham Palace. It's a good way to turn around. There aren't many things, but it's interesting.
London's medium-sized gallery, located in the centre of the city, has three different room areas displaying paintings. The cafe has a central seat and offers refreshments around works of art. Unfortunately, the gallery is not free and the tickets are four pounds.
The gallery is very unique, full of a strong sense of fashion, the interior of the painting is very rich, many different styles of art exhibition.