The National Gallery situated in the heart of Trafalgar Square, is available for commercial filming and photography. Over the last two centuries, the main building has been developed by generations of renowned architects, creating a location that offers a variety of styles and spaces.
Interior spaces and exterior views are rich in variety, from High Victorian decoration to the clean modernity of the East Wing. The Gallery benefits from a rooftop space for filming, which has excellent views over Trafalgar Square and of the skyline. For film-makers and photographers, the Gallery provides a fantastic range of settings, having appeared in productions such as Sherlock Holmes, St Trinian’s, Venus and, perhaps most memorably, as the meeting pace of Bond and Q in Skyfall.