Plan Your Visit

Re-opening on 14 July 2020

You can visit us safely, confident that we have appropriate and approved health and safety measures in place, including reduced visitor numbers, timed entry, protective screens, one-way systems, distance markers, hand sanitisers and staff equipped with PPE.  We are also trialling later opening hours and reduced days to avoid peak travel and support staff capacity over the next few months.  To help us recover financially, we are sadly having to suspend our daily free slot for the moment.  We hope to reinstate this benefit as soon as possible.  

See our Frequently Asked Questions for further details

Opening Hours from 14 July 2020

Tuesday - Saturday  11.00 - 19.00  
Sunday - Monday Closed



Exhibition Admission £5/£2.50 Concessions
Members go free
18s & under go free
Event ticket holders go free 
ICOM cardholders go free

Art Fund cardholders
Disabled – companion goes free
Jobseeker (with ID)
Senior (over 60)
Student (with ID)

Please note: We are not able to offer cloakroom facilities and cannot store personal belongings, luggage or any other items. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Getting Here

16 – 18 Ramillies Street
London W1F 7LW
 Oxford Circus



The Photographers' Gallery is committed to ensuring equal opportunities and accessibility for staff, artists and visitors.

The main entrance is at street level on Ramillies Street, off Great Marlborough Street.  The building is DDA compliant and has a lift to all floors. We have wheelchair accessible toilets and baby changing facilities on the third and fifth floors.

Assistance dogs are welcome. A water bowl is available on request.  

We programme British Sign Language-led or interpreted, as well as audio-described, exhibition tours. Entry to talks and events is free for companions accompanying visitors with a disability. See the What's On section of our website for our current programme.

Visitor Information

Photography is encouraged everywhere.  Any questions welcomed at our info desk.  Our galleries are air-conditioned throughout and fully accessible by lift and stairs.  

Food and drinks are not permitted in the galleries and mobile phone usage is discouraged so as not to disrupt other visitors’ experience.

Unfortunately we are currently unable to offer cloakroom facilities or lockers and do not have the capacity to store personal belongings, luggage or other bulky items.  We apologise for any inconvenience.

Group Visits

Groups of 10 or more will need to book self-led visits of our exhibitions in advance. 


Education Workshops

A limited number of pre-booked workshops for schools, colleges and community groups are available on a first come, first served basis. 


Press wishing to visit the exhibitions for reviewing should pre-arrange their visit with the press office by contacting