A visit to this National Gallery is truly one of a kind with thousand works on display and numerous locations to study, relax, and reenergize, More than 150,000 works of art are in the National Gallery's permanent collection, including sculptures, decorative arts, prints, drawings, photographs, and paintings. Collectively, they paint a vivid picture of the strength and diversity of human creativity.
All ages are welcome to the gallery's exhibitions, lectures, concerts, and film screenings. Explore the National Gallery of Art's Sculpture Garden which offers a tranquil location to enjoy masterpieces of modern sculpture.
How to explore Rue du Gros-Horloge?
- Shop for art-related souvenirs, clothing, accessories, art materials, paper goods, books, and toys at the National Gallery of Art Shops. Browse the National Gallery's vivid new products in addition to a large selection of art-inspired clothes in the West Building Shop (near the 6th Street entrance).
- You may get unique souvenirs honoring artists of the 20th and 21st centuries in the East Building Shop. Architecture buffs will enjoy the shop’s layout, flooring, and fittings, which follow the triangle concept of I. The East Building, designed by M. Pei.
- Go skating on the ice rink that is surrounded by historical buildings. Take in breathtaking panoramas of the collection's monumental sculptures surrounding the rink. These sculptures are by artists like Alexander Calder, Louise Bourgeois, and Roy Lichtenstein. The ice rink has activities for the whole family, from learning to skate to attending special events.
- In a food court setting, visit Cascade Café offers a rotating menu of fresh pizzas, grill dishes, salads, and grab-and-go options on the Concourse between the East and West Buildings.
- With a stunning view of the Sculpture Garden, the Pavilion Café in this site serves freshly produced salads, soups, flatbreads, and sandwiches, with indoor and outdoor seating. In-advance internet ordering is a possibility here.
- The Terrace Café is located in the upper-level atrium of the East Building. It serves various hot and cold drinks, pastries, sandwiches, salads, and snacks and provides spectacular views of the Mall.
Centre-Ville, Rouen, France