Useful information to help you find your way to Saatchi Gallery
Due to UK government advice regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh exhibition at Saatchi Gallery is closed until further notice.
Please be assured we are working with our ticketing partners to ensure those who purchased tickets for sessions between 18 March – 13 April are automatically refunded as soon as possible. Ticket bookings from 14 April onwards will be refunded after this date if the exhibition remains closed. We thank you for your support and patience during this time.
With regards to potentially re-opening, we will continue to monitor the situation closely and take our guidance from the government and Public Health England. The health and safety of everyone involved remains our top priority.
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We recommended taking public transport to visit TUTUANKHAMUN: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh.
Please check your journey before you travel.
The gallery is 3-4 minutes walk from Sloane Square Underground (District and Circle lines) and 10-12 minutes’ walk from Victoria (Victoria, District & Circle lines).
11,19,22,49,211,319 (King’s Road) 11,137,211 (Lower Sloane Street)
The nearest mainline railway station is Victoria. It is 10-12 minutes’ walk from the gallery
There are racks in the vicinity of the Saatchi Gallery where you can park your bike
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