Saatchi Gallery, London
London is known for its shops, iconic landmarks and culture so what better way to soak up all that the city has to offer at the Saatchi Gallery.
This gallery was opened by Charles Saatchi in 1985 and quickly became a must-see attraction for everyone enjoying a break in cheap London accommodation.
It is now the home to contemporary art with an emphasis on young British artists, with the gallery once showing the works of Damien Hirst.
Anyone can visit the relocated gallery - it started in north London and has now moved to Chelsea - as it is still free to enter.
This includes admission to all of the exhibitions, which are definitely worth visiting as the gallery is always displays a wide range of work from across the globe.
Current exhibitions include Korean art and shots from Google Street View that were not used for the search engine's Maps service.
What's more, you can indulge in a luxury dinner, long lunch or summer drinks as part of your visit thanks to the Saatchi Mess.
Hotels and BnBs near Saatchi Gallery London
Chelsea’s stylish designer stores on the King’s Road and elegant restaurants are within easy reach when you stay at bed and breakfasts near Saatchi Gallery. You’ll also find plenty of high-end shopping in the neighbouring Knightsbridge area. You don’t need a big budget to stay near this area, however, The gallery is just a three to four minute walk from Sloane Square, which is on the district line, so you can stay at a cheap hotel in Victoria as this is close by. Search now to find out which of TravelStay.com’s hotels near Saatchi Gallery will be perfect for you.
When and where:
Opening and Closing time: 10am - 6pm
Saatchi Gallery London Address:
Duke Of York's HQ
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London Transport to Saatchi Gallery
Nearest Tube: Sloane Square
Tube Lines: Circle and District Lines
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