The National Gallery of London is close to Big Ben. Within the walking range, it takes about 15 minutes to walk from the subway station west minister to the National Gallery of London. The gallery is surrounded by a square. The front of the gallery is a high cylindrical pole, the width of the square is narrow, the four corners of the bottom are four giant lions. There are many people in the square, which is located outside the gallery gate. Closer to here are ghost-dressers, who wear ghost faces, wear ghost clothes and can't land on their feet. The gallery is free to visit, but there is a donation box at the entrance, which says please donate 5 yuan (pound sterling), but most people donate nothing. Inside the gallery are magnificent, mostly paintings, mostly oil paintings. Most of them are about the story of Jesus'suffering and the relationship between King and God. Most of them are dressed in very few clothes. A few of them are large-scale paintings reflecting people's lives. People hold chickens, ducks and fish in their hands. There are many places to visit in the gallery, which are worth visiting. London's price is this. It's so high that it's rare to have a free visit. You must go and see it.