This is a sponsored article on behalf of the Art Fund.
London is crammed with great art galleries and museums. But if you plan on going to a few exhibitions, the price soon adds up.
That's why a National Art Pass is such a great thing. It costs £62 annually (£46.50 if you pay by Direct Debit), and gives you 50% off the admission price to major exhibitions. You also get free entry to more than 225 museums and galleries.
To enjoy a season of great art with free and discounted entry to museums and galleries across London and the UK, get your National Art Pass today. You'll save over £60 even if you just visit these top 10 exhibitions — easily getting back the money you initially spent.
The oriental and Islamic-inspired interior of Leighton House Museum makes it a unique London attraction. But it's about to get better, with over 100 drawings and works on paper by the Pre-Raphaelites. This will be the first time this private collection goes on display to the public in the UK. Leighton House Museum, 12 February-29 May.
Admission with National Art Pass: £5
The Romantic painter Delacroix's works are something else. In this exhibition you'll see how his work influenced the painters who came after him, from Van Gogh to Matisse. We're expecting big things from this blockbuster. National Gallery, 17 February-22 May.
Standard admission: £14
Admission with National Art Pass: £7
The late 1800s was a formative time for Russian culture. It was the era of Leo Tolstoy, Fyodor Dostoevsky and Anton Chekhov. This rich exhibition beings it all back to life. National Portrait Gallery, 17 March-26 June.
Standard admission: £5
Admission with National Art Pass: £2.50
This one's already open and we're big fans. Watch the delicate mobiles spin in reaction to imperceptible air currents. It takes us back to a childlike wonderment, as we're surrounded by these graceful sculptures. Tate Modern, Until 3 April.
Standard admission: £16.30
Admission with National Art Pass: £8.15
How is photography used to explore our identities? In today's selfie culture, it's time to take a step back and contemplate the impact photographers have made on both sides of the lens. Tate Modern, 18 February-12 June.
Standard admission: £14.50
Admission with National Art Pass: £7.25
The iconic fashion magazine turns 100 years old. 280 photographs will show us the images Vogue commissioned and how it influenced the fashion world. National Portrait Gallery, 11 February-22 May.
Standard admission: £17
Admission with National Art Pass: £8.50
We absolutely love Botticelli. But how has he influenced the artists that came after him? This exhibition stretches from the Pre-Raphaelites through to today. V&A, 5 March-3 July.
Standard admission: £15
Admission with National Art Pass: £7.50
Impeccably researched exhibitions are what the British Museum does best. But this time they've gone one step further by recovering artefacts from cities that were discovered underwater. Deep stuff indeed. The British Museum, 19 May-27 October.
Standard admission: £16.50
Admission with National Art Pass: £8.25
It's been 400 years since the Bard's death. And if you want a great exhibition on the literary grandmaster then there's nobody better to put it on then the British Library. 15 April-6 September, tickets yet to be released but National Art Pass holders will get 50% off full price.
We've been transported back to Pepys' time — the great fire, the Black Death and the execution of a king. It's an historically important time and was all captured by the wry diarist. His writings have been bolstered with paintings, novels and even medical instruments. National Maritime Museum, until 28 March.
Standard admission: £12
Admission with National Art Pass: £6