176 Prince of Wales Road
Thursday - Sunday 12-6pm and by appointment outside of usual opening hours during exhibitions and projects.
Entry is FREE.
Zabludowicz Collection is less than 15 minutes from the centre of London.
Chalk Farm, Northern Line: 5 minute walk
Kentish Town, Northern Line: 15 minute walk
Kentish Town West Station: 5 minute walk
The 31 and 168 stop at Chalk Farm Underground station; the 24, 27, 46 and 393 stop within walking distance of Zabludowicz Collection.
Visit Transport for London for timetables.
There is no parking at Zabludowicz Collection. There is pay parking on Crogsland Road and Haverstock Hill and after 6.30pm and on weekends there is free parking on St. Silas Place, Marsden Street and Queens Crescent near to Zabludowicz Collection.
Zabludowicz Collection’s main ground-floor galleries are all fully accessible, as well as our shop and café. We are a Grade II listed building, and access to the mezzanine level is via stairs only (22 steps). A handrail is available. The mezzanine is tiered and therefore, not step free. However, we do offer alternative viewing options in the form of videos and images of artworks on display on the mezzanine, which can be viewed on the ground floor in the library. Please ask the front of house team for further information on this upon arrival at the gallery, or in advance by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or+44 (0) 20 7428 8940. The team will be very happy to help with this, and any other access needs you may have.
Our additional facilities include:
Disabled parking on request/with advance notice
Large-print gallery guides
Guide dogs are allowed
Zabludowicz Collection hosts free accessible events on a regular basis, including Audio-Described and BSL exhibition tours. Keep an eye on our events page for further details!
Our café offers a selection of cakes, cookies and snacks alongside teas, coffees and a variety of cold beverages. Look out for daily offers and specials
Zabludowicz Collection commissions artists to produce affordable limited edition artworks, offering members of the public the opportunity to start their own art collections. Proceeds from the editions are split evenly between the artists and the Collection's programme. The shop also sells limited edition publications and artists' books made by the Collection to accompany the exhibitions programme as well as a wide range of art journals, reference books and a carefully curated selection of gift items.
The library contains over 1000 books on artists in the Collection, contemporary art history and theory. Visitors can book to use the space for research as well as viewing video works in the Collection. The space is also available for hire for private meetings.
We hope to be able to extend our amazing space and in 2017 made an application to Camden council for permission to enlarge the rear of the building, adding a whole new floor of exhibition space, as well as new performance and educational spaces and a lift to all floors. Eleven years ago our building was on the At-Risk Register and now it serves as a thriving creative hub. Since 2007 over 100,000 people have visited our exhibitions. With the proposed renovation we hope to make our exhibits even more accessible to the community with new spaces that would allow us to at least double the number of visitors in the years ahead. Camden has a reputation for its ground-breaking and cutting edge music and fashion sensibilities. In the same experimental and challenging vein, we have had the privilege over the last decade to join the community and create a contemporary art organisation of both local pride and international importance. We hope to continue to welcome open minded and curious visitors and provide them with thought provoking experiences for decades to come.
Watch this space for more info!