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Visited Camden Arts at the end of a day's conference in Swiss Cottage. Opening times are good and entry is free, making it an ideal place to visit at the end of the day for a quick visit. There are three small galleries with some...More
Absolutely appalled by the insensitivity of the development and events manager I’ve been dealing with regarding my uncle’s funeral wake that was booked in the cafe.
Receiving an email suggesting that we change the date of the wake due to the cafe manager (who I...More
Lovely quiet small gallery with space for two exhibitions. It's great that they are able to keep the entrance charge free yet still provide this high quality space.
We loved both exhibitions and then enjoyed a coffee in the garden. Thoughtfully they provide picnic blankets...More
Not normally a lot on but they usually have good free exhibitions and a good place to get away from it all. It's always quite quiet so you can really relax. Enjoy the art and the bookshop. They also have a coffee shop which is...More
Such a great space in which to display artwork. Personally, the current artwork on display wasn’t my cup of tea. However, they do sell a range of teas (and other hot & cold beverages) in their café on the ground floor.
The gallery is modern and displays a range of contemporary art from one artist. It is situated near primrose hill in Camden and is a large space. Parking on a saturday near the gallery for free. The staff were really helpful, and gave our son...More
I’ve made a number of visits to Camden Arts Centre just across the road from Finchley Road and Frognal overground station and a stunning Italian furniture emporium. An extended Victorian building it has been thoroughly renovated and updated so as to house, amongst its various...More
I enjoyed looking around the exhibits and probably found it small by comparison to my visits to locations to the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and the Tate, but of course, this location is free which is great. We ate and had a drink in the...More
Lovely, large airy building which is ideal for showing Exhibitions. Good Book shop and café on ground floor and it is possible to sit outside when the weather is good. It would have been nice to take some photos of the Exhibits but understand that...More
Ms M and I popped into the new JW3 centre the other week and wish it well, but were uninspired by the basement cafe menu, so o'er Finchley Road we skipped to the Camden Arts Centre (not 'Center' as tripadvisor puts it) where we had...More