The Best Art Gallery in Southwark London

Handpicked Top 3 Art Galleries in Southwark London, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Bankside, Southwark London SE1 9TG

Since 1897

Art Museum, Art Gallery, Art Works, Collections, Paintings, Farmings, Displays, Exhibitions, Community Groups, Touch Tours, Audio Guide & Audio Described Tours

Free Admission - Free Daily Tours - Visitors with a disability pay a concessionary rate and a companion/carers entrance is free - It is the home of British art from 1500 to the modern day

Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Already a compelling repurposing of the former Bankside power plant when it first opened, Tate Modern is even more of a destination nowadays with the opening of the 10-floor Switch House to the south, which sits atop several former oil tanks that have been converted for exhibition use, and includes a panoramic observation deck on top. There's a large spectrum of art dating from 1900 on the premises, whether well-known names like Picasso, Mondrian, and Warhol from the last century.

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Gallery Road, Southwark London SE21 7AD

Since 1817

Arts, Gallery, Displays, Collections, Museum, Paintings, Framing, Exhibitions, Lectures and Talks, Practical Art for Adults, Practical Art for Young People, Tours and Walks, Films, Family Visits, Group Visits, Music, Special Events, Venue Hire at the Gallery, Weddings, Corporate Events, Private Events, Event Spaces, Filming & Photography

Free Admission: Unemployed, Disabled, Students, Under 18's, Arts Fund/museums Association Members & Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery - Free workshops for all young people aged 11-18 years - Free Gallery Guided Tours

Registration 10445344

Price: Adults £7 & Senior Citizens £6

Tue - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon Closed

Went on Saturday very impressed a gem of a permanent collection wide ranging selection of old masters interesting for showing artistic tastes in the C18th. The Dutch, Flemish and French C17th works are fit for any national gallery. There are a few English works which should not be overlooked and in particular, a ' copy' by Constable of a small Dutch landscape in the collection which he very much admired and you can see why. The Sargent watercolor exhibition is well worth seeing.

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144 - 152 Bermondsey Street, Southwark London SE1 3TQ

Since 2011

Art Collections, Photos, Framing, Gallery, Displays, Painting, Exhibition, Prints, Artist, Bookshop, Private Viewing Rooms, Office Space, Warehouse, Auditorium, Education Program, Artists Films, Feature Films & Lectures

More than 5440m² (58,000 sq ft) of interior space - It is one of the world's leading galleries for contemporary art - The building was renovated and designed by London and Berlin-based architects Casper Mueller Kneer

Tue - Sat 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Sun 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm Mon Closed

The White Cube has been delivering great art shows for a long time now and this space in Bermondsey for me it's the culmination of their work. The building is already very interesting - as it was a Fire Station and it's got a sort of Fahrenheit 451/Clockwork Orange kind of feel from the outside and inside is also stunning. The quality of the exhibition is never low - this can be personal I know but these guys are definitely special in the art world and they tend to be quite ambitious and daring.

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