Your Visit

Your Visit

Useful information to help you find your way to Saatchi Gallery



Assisted or ramp access is available at the Gallery’s main entrance. All floors have lifts and there is level access between the galleries on each floor. Wheelchairs are available upon request. There are two blue badge disabled parking bays to the rear of the Gallery which can be accessed via Turk’s Row off Lower Sloane Street. Booking well in advance is essential. To reserve a disabled parking bay or a wheelchair please telephone 0207 811 3085.


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We recommended taking public transport to visit TUTUANKHAMUN: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh.

By Underground

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)

By Bus

11,19,22,49,211,319 (King’s Road) 11,137,211 (Lower Sloane Street)

By Train

The nearest mainline railway station is Victoria. It is 10-12 minutes’ walk from the gallery

Need some help?

Frequently asked questions

The exhibition includes 150 authentic objects from the tomb of Tutankhamun and is the only exhibition to feature authentic objects from Tutankhamun’s tomb.

The tour is self-guided so within Saatchi Gallery opening times, you may spend as much time as you like enjoying the exhibition. The average length of stay is between 60 and 90 minutes.

Yes! The wonders of ancient Egypt are compelling to all ages and the exhibition will appeal to children of all ages. 

We strongly recommend that you do not bring buggies to the show as they cannot be taken into the exhibition space.

Due to the delicate nature of the artefacts, flash photography is not allowed.

The exhibition will ultimately travel to additional markets around the world before Tutankhamun’s objects go on permanent display at the new Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Egypt.

Only guide dogs are permitted.

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The Funerary Mask is at its home at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo and will eventually go on view with the entire Tutankhamun collection at the forthcoming Grand Egyptian Museum. It is a very popular object that travelled in the 1970s and many people have fond memories of it. Because it is such an iconic world treasure, the Egyptian government has decided it will never travel again so that it can remain for posterity.

Concession tickets can be purchased if you are:

Senior 55+ years old

Student with valid ID

Wheelchair/ ambulant (with free entry for one carer)

For more information about booking accessible and carer tickets please click here