The Painted Hall in Greenwich reopens

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The Painted Hall in Greenwich reopens

Known as the UK's Sistine Chapel, the Painted Hall in Greenwich will reopen this week, after a major refurbishment.

The £8.5 million conservation project has taken two years to complete and aims to protect the 18th century building at the heart of the Old Royal Naval College.

The painted Hall reopens to the public on Saturday 23rd March. 



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