Old Glory: The National Gallery

One sunny beautiful day we visited the National Gallery and London Transport Museum with my Mom. I’ll do two separate posts, but I just wanted to put up a few snaps from Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery.

Trafalgar Square, the church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields on a gorgeous day.

Emily’s favorite: Whistlejacket by George Stubbs

This picture doesn’t express the power of this painting. It’s actually almost life size. The perfect accuracy, vivid colors and size make a huge impression on you. Although I don’t have many photos to share from the inside of the National Gallery, I can tell you that’s definitely worth a visit. Another one of London’s free museums, it’s packed with real classics as well as lesser known gems.

Mom and Eric in front of the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square

Lion looking out over Big Ben in Trafalgar Square

We had a gorgeous sunset as we strolled over to check out London’s Transport Museum. More on that in the next post!

<3 Chelsea


2 responses to “Old Glory: The National Gallery

  1. Loving all the posts. The photos, art-work and narrative are wonderful.
    I always look forward to the next one. Especially the UK portion of your trip.
    I have shared your blog with many friends.
    Little Brett’s (Brit) mom, Penny.

    • Hi Penny,

      Thank you so so much! I’m so glad that Brett shared the blog with you and that you enjoy the blog AND that you’re sharing it with friends. Its all for the enjoyment and inspiration of travel! I appreciate your kind words and hope we get to see each other sometime soon.

      Big Hug,


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