The Royal Academy of Arts is an independent art institution based in London. Founded by George III in 1768, the academy exists to promote the creation and enjoyment of the visual arts through exhibitions, education and debate.
Centre in this collection is art by notable British artists. This includes paintings, sculptures and photographs (among other visual art pieces) by such creators as Reynolds, Turner, Constable and Sargent, as well as many others like them.
If you enjoy seeing great art (especially by world famous British artists), you will love touring the collections and exhibitions at this place.
Tickets cost between £5 and £15, with free entry for those under 12. Friends of the Royal Academy (who pay about £90 a year) get free entry to all exhibitions throughout the year.
A link to their Youtube channel is here: