Saatchi MuseumCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Address: Duke of York's HQ, King's Road, London, SW3 4RY, United Kingdom
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +44-2078113070
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids, Exhibition
Saatchi Museum - Review
Conceived and opened by Charles Saatchi, this gallery is devoted to the contemporary art in London. Known to have launched the careers of several artists, this gallery occupies an important place in the art map of the city and the world. Since London is considered to be the hub of art and literature, a gallery like Saatchi museum only adds to the eclectic charm of the city. Ranging from American minimalism to Young British Artists through to painting, this gallery has carefully preserved and exhibited the art works ever since 1985. The main exhibitions here include the works of artists including Damien Hirst, Rachel Whiteread, and the Chapman brothers.
Saatchi Museum Ticket Prices
- Free admission for all exhibitions.
Saatchi Museum Hours
- Last entry is at 5:30pm.
How To reach Saatchi Museum by Public Transport
- By Bus: 11,19,22,49,211,319 (King's Road), 11,137,211 (Lower Sloane Street).
- By Train: The nearest mainline railway station is Victoria. It is 10-12 minutes' walk from the gallery.
- By Underground Tube : The gallery is 3-4 minutes walk from Sloane Square Underground (District and Circle lines) and 10-12 minutes' walk from Victoria (Victoria, District & Circle lines).
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Saatchi Museum, London Reviews
I don't like it, I tried to like it. But, it's not for me. There is contemporary art that I really dislike because, I don't enjoy it and get nothing out of it. If you like it, please go, don't let anyone stop you or put you off. There are people on one side of the spectrum who love and like it, however, I'm, on the other end of the spectrum who doesn't. It's free to get into, I would suggest to try it once, if you walkout liking it, go again, because the gallery always being updated and if you leave not liking it, you know you've tried and can move on. There are places to go to eat and drink and you can have your discussion with you partner or friends on where you stand with th art. As they say 'Discuss:'
Lovely building and grounds in the heart of London. A little less well known than the national gallery and Tate meaning there's lots more room to take in the paintings. Certainly not for you if you don't like the Tate Modern, but some really incredible pieces if fine art is your thing. I'd have given it 5/5 but some of the exhibits were too similar, would have liked more variety.
This is my fourth time to Saatchi gallery in less than 10 months. Because they always have different galleries every visit is very special. It is highly recommended for people who enjoy seeing different and unusual art pieces as I think it shows a-lot of unique artwork that is not usually exhibited in other places in London. Also, the gallery shop is a bonus! I love it.
Best gallery to shop for Christmas, Easter or Baby Shower presents. They have endless selection of posters made after famous artists, all at affordable prices. Entrance is free. And you got hungry, there is the Mess Restaurant next door, or, the Street Fair Market on weekends.
I been here for British art fair and it was worth visiting. I could see the very old and contemporary paintings by known British painters. Numbers of cafe around and it's walkable from underground station.