Choose from a range of galleries in London, all situated close to the Montcalm Conference Rooms.
The National Gallery takes pride of place at the top of Trafalgar Square, at the very heart of London. One of the citys top galleries, it has a collection of more than 2,300 works from Old Masters and British artists, as well as famous names like van Dyck, Rembrandt, Canaletto, Goya, Cezanne, Monte, Renoir and Caravaggio.
The Queens Gallery is located in Buckingham Palace and hosts Royal collections from paintings to sculptures and other art pieces held in trust for the nation. A permanent space, the collection changes regularly and is ever popular with overseas visitors.
Tate Britain is an esteemed art museum situated on the site of the old Millbank Prison. Constructed in 1893, the museum has some of the largest collections of British art by artists such as Blake, Constable, Waterhouse, Turner and Spencer. The museum also organises the world famous Turner Prize exhibition annually.
One of the most popular galleries of contemporary art in London, the Serpentine Gallery is situated in Kensington Gardens. A permanent exhibition in celebration of Diana, Princess of Wales by Ian Hamilton Finlay is on display on the ground floor of the gallery. The gallery also has an ever-changing programme of seasonal exhibitions.
Situated in the prime location of Mayfair, the Halcyon Gallery specializes in displaying the works of some of the worlds finest contemporary painters and sculptors. Founded in 1982, its a visual delight for any art lover looking to experience a unique collection of furnishings, sculpture, glasswork and photography, and paintings from all over the world.
The Clarendon is a home to Londons most elegant art gallery, specializing in British and international contemporary painting and sculpture. Various artists of international repute like Fabian Perez and Kim Donaldson have displayed their works here.
If you're visiting the capital to see an exhibition, The Montcalm 5-star hotel in London is centrally located for easy access to many of the top venues.
This stunning Grade II listed building is situated adjacent to the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. As central Londons largest conference venue, visitors are awestruck by its domed ceiling - the largest in Europe, and the sweeping staircase, marble flooring and striking exterior.
Conveniently situated in the heart of the capital, Olympia London is a popular site for numerous annual events. Its also surrounded by a wealth of cultural institutions, Royal parks, bars and restaurants.
A vibrant venue spanning more than 20,000 square feet, the BDC Islington is a Grade II listed building and one of Londons most stylish exhibition venues, playing host to over 80 exhibitions and 200 conferences every year.