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How much time does it take to do the Charles I exhibition?

9 months ago Answer

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It took me and my daughter about 40 minutes as this was not our favourite art style however my husband was at least an hour and half - met him in the coffee shop!!

8 months ago
Coventry, United Kingdom
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I spent a lovely 3 hours. The thing is with galleries, its the experience, not just the looking! I like to take headphones, a nice bit of classical music and sit and watch the world go by as well.

8 months ago
Swadlincote, United Kingdom
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I easily spent two hours. X

8 months ago
Margate, United Kingdom
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About an hour and a half. A bit longer with the audio guide

9 months ago
London, United Kingdom
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sorry,but haven't yet seen it.

9 months ago
Northampton
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Fully agree with the other respondents. And the crowd factor can be quite influential, especially at the start of the tour. Just go - and enjoy it !!

9 months ago
Bournemouth, United Kingdom
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It took me less than an hour. It depends how keen you are. It also matters whether you are a Friend of the RA because free entry matters. You tend to stay longer if you pay!

9 months ago
London
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I haven't seen this particular exhibition but depending on how thorough you are at looking at the pictures then I would give an hour and a half to two hours going on my previous visits to exhibitions here.

9 months ago
London, United Kingdom
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Entirely personal; saw it again last night, and took an hour, scrutinising the miniatures, Durer and Holbeins.

You could take half an hour, at a rush to 1&1/2 at a saunter!?

The numbers within will also be a factor.

Worth a view; have fun

9 months ago
Derbyshire, United Kingdom
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It's quite large,it depends on your level of interest, I can't take much in after a couple of hours, I get both physically and mentally tired. But it's so special I would love to go two or three times, but if that's not practical I would say a couple of hours minimum, the shop is also excellent.

9 months ago
St.Albans, Hertfordshire
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Depends on your level of interest but 90 minutes was fine fir mr.

9 months ago
Leatherhead, United Kingdom
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Depends how much time you wish to give...90 minutes minimum?

9 months ago
Brooklyn, New York
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It took me approx. two hours to see everything in the exhibit.

9 months ago
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