London’s National Portrait Gallery reopens after 3-year makeover

The National Portrait Gallery in London has made a triumphant return following an extensive three-year renovation project.

Designated as a Grade I listed building, the gallery underwent a remarkable transformation that included the creation of new exhibition spaces, improved accessibility features, and upgraded facilities.

Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, officially reopened the gallery on Tuesday. The reopening marks a significant milestone for the renowned institution, allowing visitors to once again explore its vast collection of portraits and experience the rich history and culture it embodies. With its revitalised ambiance and enhanced visitor experience, the National Portrait Gallery is set to reclaim its position as a premier destination for art enthusiasts and history lovers alike.