Plan Your Visit
We have a range of protective measures in place to help keep everyone safe and all visitors are required to wear a mask. See our Frequently Asked Questions for details of what to expect when you visit.
|Tuesday – Saturday||10.00 – 18.00|
|Thursday||10.00 – 20.00|
|Sunday||11.00 – 18.00|
To visit our current exhibitions you now need to book in advance online here, or by calling +44 (0)20 7087 9300. Walk ups are welcome but you may have to wait if we are at capacity.
Members go free
18s & under go free
ICOM cardholders go free
Art Fund Cardholders
Disabled – companion goes free
Unwaged (with proof of eligibility)
Senior 60+ (with ID)
Student (with ID)
16 – 18 Ramillies Street
Education Group Visits
For schools, colleges and universities
Please note: In order to remain Covid-compliant we have changed our group booking arrangements.
Monday – group visits are available for up to 33 people (including group leaders) for a 45-minute visit to the exhibitions.
Tuesday – Friday, during Gallery opening hours, group visits will be limited to 18 people (including group leaders) for a 45-minute visit to the exhibitions.
Groups of more than 18 and up to 33 people (including group leaders) can also make a visit on a Monday, when the Gallery is closed to the public, as part of a paid Exhibition Introduction visit (see below).
Exhibition Introductions, Practical Workshops & Resources
Book an Exhibition Introduction to explore our exhibitions, or one of our 90-minute workshops for schools, linked to either our exhibitions or Camera Obscura. Suitable for KS2 and upwards.
For general enquiries, contact our Education team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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. Visit What's On for our current programme.
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 drink is not permitted in the galleries and mobile phone usage is discouraged, so as not to disrupt other visitors’ experience.
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.
Press wishing to visit the exhibitions for reviewing should pre-arrange their visit with the press office by contacting email@example.com.