The Serpentine Gallery London

The Serpentine Gallery

The Serpentine Gallery London established in 1970, is the quintessential gallery for modern and contemporary art. Named after the Serpentine Lake which is in close proximity, the gallery attracts over 750,000 guests every year; drawing people to its architecture, history and world-class exhibitions. Peter Coates built the entrance of the Serpentine Gallery in dedication to Diana, Princes of Wales, who was formerly a dedicated patron of Serpentine.
Consisting of two galleries each named separately: The Serpentine Gallery and the Serpentine Sackler Gallery. Both Galleries span are connected by a bridge that runs over the Serpentine Lake located in the middle of the Royal Park of Kensington Gardens in central London. The Serpentine Gallery prides itself in facilitating the accessibility of art to the community and featuring world-renowned modern and contemporary art from masters such as Andy Warhol.

OPENING HOURS 10am – 6pm, Tuesday – Sunday, plus bank holidays

Open during exhibitions 10am – 6pm, Tuesday – Sunday, plus bank holidays

Admission to the Serpentine Gallery is completely free open year round, 7 days a week. 

Tel: 020 7402 6075

For more information on the gallery, upcoming events and exhibitions:

Nearest Tube Station: Lancaster Gate, Knightsbridge or South Kensington

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