Art History UK Vouchers

Vouchers

Looking for an inspirational and original present for your friends, family or colleagues? With Art History UK's strikingly presented vouchers, you need look no further. These vouchers can be applied to our diverse offering of 2017 Public Art Shots, and with a wide range of tours this imaginative gift will suit everyone.

To illustrate just a snippet of our programme, tours include A Private Evening visit with Flaming June, Leighton House; A Valentine’s Romp Through Hogarth’s London at Blacks Club, Soho; The Image of Motherhood on Mothering Sunday; Heroes and Villains: A Treasure Hunt for children; Banksy to Biryani: The Story of the East End; Behind-the-Scenes at the Royal Academy Schools Show; Hidden Signs and Symbols in Renaissance Art at the National Gallery; Sex and Death: The Cycle of Life at the British Museum, and much, much more.

To download the full list of Art History UK 2017 Public Art Shots, please click here.

Click here to see what an Art History UK voucher looks like

 

How to buy Art History UK Vouchers? 

Tell us how much you'd like to give as a gift and we'll make up your voucher accordingly. Tour prices range from £30 to £80.

If you'd like a gift voucher for a particular public tour, please let us know and we'll make up a bespoke voucher for you which can be emailed.

Please contact Catherine on c.cator@arthistoryuk.com or +44 (0) 20 7602 3716 to buy your vouchers.

Vouchers can be bought with a cheque or a bank transfer. They will be emailed on receipt of purchase. If you would like a hard copy, we charge an extra £3.50 per voucher for postage.

Vouchers expire after a year.


Our Client's Say


'Thank you so much for last night – it was such fun, I met some awesome people and I learnt SO much. I have never seen you guys in action and you are all maestras!’
CH, private client (Mayfair Tour)

'Rose Balston is a marvel in the, too often fusty, world of art history. She is 29, sparkles with wit and cites Charles II and Diego Velazquez as two of her ‘ideal dinner party men’.
FP, Running in Heels magazine (Man, a Measure of All Things, Art Shot)



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