All visitors will be required to book timed tickets online before visiting the gallery. We are offering free tickets as well as an optional donation. Slots for January will be made available at a later date.
Please stay at home if you feel unwell.
Here is some essential safety information for you:
Tickets have a specific start time but once inside you can stay as long as you like. You may be asked to wait for short periods during busy times to ensure that social distancing is not compromised.
The entrance to the building is via the Arkwright Road car park entrance. Visitors will exit from the main gate on Arkwright Road (apart from those requiring level access).
Visitors aren’t allowed to mix with people from outside their household or support bubble in any of our indoor spaces.
Visitors may mix with people from outside their household or support bubble in our outdoor spaces – Café outdoor seating and Garden. If meeting outside, the maximum group size is 6 people (including children of any age).
We will ask you to sanitise your hands on entering the Centre.
Please wear face coverings, for your safety and the safety of other visitors and staff. Masks will be available on site. If you are exempt from wearing a face covering please feel free to inform the our Gallery Invigilators when you arrive.
We ask that visitors adhere to social distancing, keeping a two-metre distance from others, and follow our Front of House team’s guidance of how many visitors can be in any given space of the Centre.
Camden Art Centre Café, Cantine, will be operating with social distancing and other health and safety measures in place.
Cantine is open from Thursday to Sunday, 9am–6pm.
If you wish to visit the Café please book a tablehere.
Lockers will not be available to visitors and we cannot offer a cloakroom, so please be aware that you will have to carry your belongings with you, during your visit. Backpacks must be worn on the front of the body and large bags will not be permitted in the gallery/cannot be stored.
The Camden Art Centre Bookshop will remain closed for the time being. We will however be selling The Botanical Mind exhibition related books, catalogues and other merchandise.
Additional bike racks have been made available for visitors, on a first come first served basis.
There is one disabled parking bay. Please contact us in advance if you require this.
Children must please be supervised at all times.
Please be prepared to pay by card in our Bookshop and Café. Contactless payments are preferred where possible.
Please note: Booking at Camden Art Centre signifies your agreement to our essential safety terms and conditions as stated above and that you accept your details might be shared with NHS Test and Trace.
If you require any access special requirements to be put in to place ahead of your visit, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 472 5500, at least a couple of working days ahead of your booked slot.
On-site parking for disabled visitors is available, please call in advance to reserve a space.
As part of Camden Art Centre’s commitment to access, equality and diversity, we have made physical adjustments to our toilets, removing our urinals and updating our signage to make all toilets accessible for our audiences. We wish to create an environment where all staff, artists and visitors are afforded respect and dignity; this is a step towards making the Centre more accessible for trans and non-binary people, and parents with children. Our longer-term aim is to increase the number of toilet cubicles when funding allows. If you have any comments, questions or feedback, please contact email@example.com
There is paid parking available at the O2 Shopping Centre 400 metres away. On-street parking is unrestricted on Sundays.
For information on group visits and tours, please see here.
Opening hours (temporary)
Wednesday to Sunday: 11.00am – 6.00pm
Café: Thursday to Sunday: 9.00am – 6pm