Choose your favourite museum for a date

Vote for the museum or gallery you think would make a dream date venue, and you could win a National Art Pass Plus One.

This month, together with our partner eHarmony, we're looking to find the best museum in the UK for a date – whether that be with a loved one, friend, or family member. We've scoured the nation to find 10 worthy venues, and now it's over to you. Vote for your favourite and you could win a National Art Pass Plus One. The winning museum will be added to eHarmony’s Great Date Guide.

The poll closes on Tuesday 28 February at 11.59pm. Please read the terms and conditions before entering.



Royal Pavilion

East Sussex


Visit this spectacular oriental palace and enjoy the permanent collections as well as their beautifully restored Royal Pavilion Tearoom, an eccentric yet sophisticated café.

Osborne House

Isle of Wight


Queen Victoria herself said of its setting 'It is impossible to imagine a prettier spot!', so it’s no wonder she chose it to build her beloved seaside retreat.

Bletchley Park

Buckinghamshire


Learn about the people who decoded enemy messages there during the Second World War and take a look inside the Victorian mansion that was intelligence staff’s headquarters.


Bath is one of the most picturesque towns in the UK, and makes for a perfect romantic weekend escape. While there, visit this beautiful Grade I listed villa.


Take your date to a hidden gem in London which at its heart it has a two-storey Arab hall showcasing Frederic, Lord Leighton’s collection of 1,000 tiles from the Middle East.


The nationally important collection of pre-Raphaelite art, along with collections of human history and natural sciences provide a perfect back drop for a cultured date.


After wandering the Wallace Collection's beautiful rooms and taking in such highlights as Jean-Honoré Fragonard’s The Swing, have a romantic dinner in their restaurant.


In 1901, Merton Russell-Cotes gave his wife Annie on her 66th birthday a dream house on a cliff-top, overlooking the sea. It’s an ode to what they most loved – art and travel.

Nottingham Castle

Nottinghamshire


As well as seeing one of the world’s finest collections of Wedgwood ceramics, Nottingham Castle's beautiful grounds include a labyrinth of manmade caves and tunnels to discover.

Abbotsford

Borders


Discover the house’s intriguing objects and artefacts, which inspired Sir Walter Scott’s poems and novels. Make a romantic weekend of it by staying over in the Hope Scott Wing.

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