Situated in the heart of Kensington Gardens and housed within a Grade II listed tea pavilion dating from 1934, the Serpentine Gallery is one of London's most popular showcases for modern and contemporary art, sculpture and architecture.
Founded in 1970 by the Arts Council of Great Britain, the Serpentine has established an international reputation for presenting pioneering exhibitions including works by renowned artists such as Henry Moore, Andy Warhol, Bridget Riley, Damien Hirst and Rachel Whiteread.
Open daily from 10am until 6pm.
+44 (0)20 7298 1515
Turn right out of Lancaster Gate Tube Station and walk a few metres to reach the pedestrian crossing where you will be able to cross to your left into the park. Follow the directions of the park's signs and take the path running alongside the fountains and the Serpentine Lake. After approximately 400 metres you will pass the Peter Pan statue on your right. Shortly after this the path forks, take the right hand path. From here the Serpentine Gallery should be visible. Continue along the path for 400 metres.
Nearest Tube / Rail Station
9, 10, 12, 52, 94
Wheelchair access, disabled toilet facilities and disabled parking. Guide dogs are welcomed.