How much time does it take to do the Charles I exhibition?
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!!
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.
I easily spent two hours. X
About an hour and a half. A bit longer with the audio guide
sorry,but haven't yet seen it.
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 !!
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!
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.
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
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.
Depends on your level of interest but 90 minutes was fine fir mr.
Depends how much time you wish to give...90 minutes minimum?
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