The 2014 exhibition is now closed. We'll be updating you with our other exhibitio plans shortly.
The 2015 exhibition is open every day from 24th July to 5th September 2015.
Sunday to Thursday - 10.00 to 17.00 hrs
Friday & Saturday - 10.00 - 19.00 hrs
The main exhibition is FREE
No need to buy tickets or book in advance!
But if you want to help us to keep it free then you may make a donation when you visit. You will only need to book tickets for the Enchanted Evenings (see below).
Find the Royal Geographical Society (full address at the bottom of the page) - Postcode: SW7 2AR
See the exhibition with a little added magic!
Enchanted Evenings are an opportunity to view the exhibition in a special way. Spaces are limited and admission is by ticket only. TPOTY judges will be there to talk to you about the images as you relax and enjoy the surrounding with a glass of wine. Bring your friends and make an evening of it. Our cafe is also open.
These evenings run from 6pm-9pm and the dates will be announced nearer the tim. Tickets cost £6 per person, to include a glass of wine, or £12 per person, to include a glass of wine and a copy of Journey Seven, the next book from Travel Photographer of the Year.
How to book:
Contact the TPOTY Office by email or phone to reserve a place or make a booking at the shop in the TPOTY Gallery.
TPOTY at the Royal Geographical Society in London
24th July until 5th August 2015
One of the joys of doing well in TPOTY is having your images displayed at the TPOTY exhibitions and being seen by thousands, sometimes millions, of people.
The home of the Travel Photographer of the Year exhibitions is the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG). The Society's gallery is situated close to Hyde Park on the corner of Kensington Gore and Exhibition Road, and adjacent to the Royal Albert Hall, in the heart of London's museum area.
Getting to the Royal Geographical Society:
1 Kensington Gore,
Email: Media enquiries
Telephone: + 44 (0) 1728 669185
(office hours Monday-Friday 09.00 to 17.00 hrs UK time)
Image © Chizuko Kimura
2012 exhibition; elephants on the lawn outside the Pavilion. In 2013 we had a camera obscura! Come and see what's in 2014