The Christmas Tree was seen in the National Portrait Gallery.
Treasure Hunts in London recently held their “12 Days of Christmas” Treasure Hunts at the National Portrait Gallery.
The National Portrait Gallery was formally established on 2 December 1856, with the criteria that the Gallery was to be about history, not about art, and about the status of the sitter, rather than the quality or character of a particular image considered as a work of art. This criterion is still used by the Gallery today when deciding which works enter the National Portrait Gallery’s collection. More information can be found on the National Portrait Gallery’s website.
Treasure Hunts in London fully managed treasure hunts throughout Greater London are a fun way to explore the Capital and discover it’s arts, heritage and culture as well as a chance to meet new people and solve puzzles.