Pace Gallery: A home for contemporary art


Address: 6 Burlington Gardens, London W1S 3ET

Visitors to London hoping to enjoy a cultural day out might like to plan a visit to the Pace Gallery – one of the English capital’s best venues for contemporary art.

galleryOne of several Pace galleries that can be found in many of the world’s major cities – New York, Beijing and Hong Kong, to name but a few – this is a perfect place for visitors to enjoy a glimpse of the outstanding works of some of the best-known, skilful and thought-provoking artists on the planet.

Important information for visitors

The gallery offers a regularly changing line-up of exciting exhibitions, with full details of ongoing and coming installations available at the venue’s official website.

Standout works of recent years have included the first European solo exhibition of the acclaimed Wang Guangle, as well as such household names as David Hockney, Pablo Picasso, Willem de Kooning and many more.

Opening times for Pace Gallery

Pace Gallery is open to the public from Tuesday to Saturday, between the hours of 10 am and 6 pm.

Nearby travel options to Pace Gallery

Heading into this busy part of central London, anyone planning a visit to the Pace Gallery will need to think carefully about the best way to get there.

The London Underground network offers swift and relatively stress-free travel for visitors across the city, with a number of nearby stations to be found in the vicinity of the Pace Gallery, including:

  • Green Park (Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines)
  • Bond Street (Central and Jubilee lines)
  • Charing Cross Underground (Bakerloo and Northern lines)

Overground rail links for travellers heading into this busy part of central London can also be reached from the nearby station of Charing Cross, while the area is also well served in terms of around-the-clock access to bus and taxi links.

For individuals keen to drive during their time in London, a number of nearby parking facilities are also available, such as NCP Car Park London Carrington Street, Trafalgar Car Park, Q Park Trafalgar Square and Audley Square Car Park