Royal College of Art

Regular student and graduate exhibitions alongside visiting exhibitions such as the 20th Century British Art Fair.
Tel: 020 7590 4444
Tube: South Kensington

Saatchi gallery

Recently moved to the Duke of York HQ building; exhibits contemporary art, paintings, photographs and sculpture from the Saatchi collection.
Tel: 020 7811 3085
Tube: Sloane Square


Focused on contemporary art, this gallery works with a mixture of emerging artists as well as secondary market pieces.
Tel: 020 7493 7388
Tube: Bond Street

Serpentine Gallery

The gallery provides a platform for many contemporary artists, both British and international, with regularly changing exhibitions.
Tel: 020 7298 1515
Tube: Lancaster Gate

Stephen Friedman Gallery

Exhibiting a range of artists from Vong Phaophanit through to the South African contemporary master, William Kentridge.
Tel: 020 7494 1434
Tube: Piccadilly Circus

Tate Britain Restaurant

Tate Britain is the National Gallery of British art, presenting an unrivalled picture of the development of art in Britain from the time of the Tudor monarchs in the sixteenth century to the present d

Tate Modern

Set inside a disused power station in the heart of London, the Tate Modern displays the national collection of international modern art, defined as art created during or after the year 1900.

Victoria and Albert Museum

The world’s greatest museum of art and design, with collections unrivalled in their scope and diversity.

Waddington Gallery

Modern and contemporary works of art from 20th century masters; paintings, sculpture and works on paper.
Tel: 020 7851 2200
Tube: Green Park


Both a national museum and the finest private collection of art ever assembled by one family, with highlights including the furniture from Marie Antoinette’s private apartments.
Tel: 020 7563 9551

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