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We will be launching the 2022 programme in mid-August

  • 4 Cromwell Place Entrance Facade
  • Visitor Entrance from 4 Cromwell Place
  • Outer Facade Views
  • Street View
  • Thurloe Place Entrance
  • Pavilion Gallery Entrance from 4 Cromwell Place
  • Ground Floor, 5 Cromwell Place
  • Pavilion Gallery Entrance from 2 Cromwell Place
  • Upwards View from the Courtyard
  • Link Bridge, Ground Floor
  • Pavilion Gallery Front Courtyard
  • Gallery 11
  • Gallery 3
  • Gallery 1
  • Club Room Detail
  • Club Room - Dining Room View
  • London Art Week at Cromwell Place
  • Entrance to Pavilion Gallery

Cromwell Place

C.J. Freake

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4 Cromwell Place, SW7 2JE
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Refreshments, Disabled access, Toilets

Travel Information

subway
Nearest tube: South Kensington, Gloucester Road
train
Nearest train: Victoria
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Bus routes: 70, 430, 14, 49, 74, 360, 414, C1
A first of its kind global arts destination and Membership organisation, Cromwell Place is located in five Grade II Listed townhouses in South Kensington. Home to some of the world’s most exciting art businesses with a range in specialties.

Events

Saturday 4th September
Cromwell Place
schedule Time: 10am to 5pm
group Capacity: 30
Visitors will have access to open galleries and communal spaces.
Guided Tours every 30 minutes
schedule Time: 11am to 4pm
group Capacity: 15

Design

Original design
C.J. Freake, 1857
Restoration
Buckley Gray Yeoman, 2020
Type
Architectural practice, Mixed use, Community/cultural, Gallery, Offices, Club
Period
Victorian, Historical/contemporary, Georgian