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As museums, galleries and historic houses in the UK reopen to the public, discover which venues you can visit again with your Art Pass.

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Signing up for a National Art Pass gives you free entry to hundreds of museums and galleries plus 50% off major exhibitions, and helps us to support the work of cultural venues across the UK.

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As museums begin to reopen, we’ll be keeping you up to date with museums and exhibitions you can visit with your National Art Pass.

Remember to check any guidelines before visiting – many museums will require pre-booking and have additional measures in place for your safety.

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As outdoor attractions at museums, galleries and historic houses begin to reopen, here’s your guide to enjoying art outside this spring.


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Wasps need your support to raise £25,768 to install statement feature lighting in the heart of the building, lighting up the show stopping central space, and giving this new creative community the grand entrance it deserves.

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