The Photographers' Gallery

Art Gallery
16-18 Ramillies St
London, Greater London W1F 7LW
Monday
10:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday
10:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday
10:00am - 8:00pm
Friday
10:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday
10:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday
11:30am - 6:00pm

Tips

  • Wifi code is TPGCAFEwifi
  • Last place to get Polaroid film in London.
  • Great shop for photography books and Lomography cameras!
  • Entry fee now charged though they have a free admission slot Mon Fri, 10.00 12.00.
  • The cafe is lovely. A small, but healthy selection of salads and sandwiches. A variety of tea. (They also serve beer and wine.) Good for reading alone, having a bite or a relaxes drink with friends.
  • Early Russian colour photography exhibition is well worth a visit
  • On Monday exhibition are free
  • Good coffee and wifi
  • Interesting photography exhibition. A bit limited though
  • Walk here from the Great Marlborough Street side to avoid the crowds, and hope that's it's a bright day for the camera obscura.
  • The entrance fee at 3 for the whole day and all the exhibitions is superb value and the cafe is well worth a visit in between exhibitions with a great range of teas and the usual fare.
  • Free before 12:00
  • Really great space. 4 to roam all the floors. A fantastically well-stocked bookshop.
  • Simply a beautiful gallery. One of the nicest museums in London with really lovely exhibits. And theres a cafe!
  • One of the best photobookstores in the centre of the city, right off Oxford Street
  • Always has some thought provoking exhibitions on.
  • Great venue with rotating exhibitions. Very nice gift shop that sells polaroids and film
  • A must visit place to photographers. Don't miss the wonderful book section about photography.
  • Nice coffee away from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street
  • Usually good exhibitions though the current one "cathedral of the Pines" is like Twin Peaks with a double dose of meaningless pretension.

Nearby places

Great Marlborough St
Carnaby St
193 Wardour St (btwn Oxford St & Noel St)