One of the world's great art museums, the National Gallery faces the famous Trafalgar Square. Pigeons and tourists outside, inside a wealth of magnificent European art from the 13th to 20th century. Despite the presence of Gainsborough's "Mr And Mrs Andrews," and Constable's "Haywain," this is not the place to look for a large gathering of native British art, as the honour of housing the national collection falls to the Tate Gallery. Nevertheless, the contents of this museum are priceless, with the prize of the collection probably Leonardo da Vinci's "Virgin and Child with St. Anne and John the Baptist," but there are also works by Rembrandt, Boticelli, Vermeer, Goya, Manet, and Renoir among many others. Located at Charing Cross, Embankment, Leicester Square. Free admission to the main gallery, open Wed-Sun, call for schedule.