Book Now Menu

OR CALL 020 7640 3347

London Art Fair The Athenaeum

11th January 2019

What to expect

The London Art Fair has been running since 1989 in the creative space of the Business Design Centre. The idea of the fair is to showcase the latest contemporary art from Britain and selected galleries from around the world, as well as to give visitors the opportunity to buy some of the latest amazing works of art.

 

The fair is home to an eclectic array of events too – here are some of the highlights.

 

Opening and closing times

The London Art Fair runs from 16 to 20 January 2019 and opens at 11:00 every day. The closing time varies between 17:00 and 21:00 depending on which day you choose to visit.

Where is the London Art Fair 2019?

The London Art Fair is being held in the Business Design Centre in the Angel neighbourhood of Islington. The closest tube station is Angel, although King’s Cross St Pancras and Highbury & Islington are both within walking distance too.

The quickest way to get there from The Athenaeum is to get on the Victoria Line from Green Park to Euston, then the Northern Line to Angel. Or continue on the Victoria Line from Green Park to either King’s Cross St Pancras or Highbury & Islington.

Prices

The standard day price for the London Art Fair is £16 if you buy a ticket in advance, or £21 on the door. Children under 14 can enter free of charge. Entry to the Thursday Late event costs £11 in advance or £14 on the door. For those who want to visit the fair multiple times, the Premier Pass allows unlimited access for the duration of the event and costs £32 in advance or £40 on the door.

Feel like visiting? Have a look at our rooms here and add a bit of luxury to your stay.

More in Things To Do

5 ways to celebrate Halloween in London

Lifestyle / Things To Do /

As the spooky season approaches and carved pumpkins start to adorn the kitchen windows, it’s time to get excited about the upcoming festivities. In London, there will be no shortage of events and activities to get involved in, so don your Halloween costume and prepare the family for a month of supernatural celebrations. Here are just five of the many things that you can do in and around London this Halloween.

Read More

Quirky Museums You Should Visit in London

Lifestyle / Things To Do /

Our fair city of London boasts a spectacular collection of iconic landmark museums, such as the Natural History Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the British Museum, to name just a few. But what about the hundreds of other lesser-known, quirky museums that are tucked away on cobbled side streets and offer something a little more unique? Look no further as we’ve gathered five of our favourite quirky London museums.

Read More

Top 3 Cycle Routes for Sightseeing in London

Lifestyle / Things To Do /

When it comes to travelling around the vast capital, many of us opt for public transport as it is quick and most convenient. However, when the tube is the main mode of transport, we miss out on seeing the iconic landmarks and beauty spots on the streets above. So next time you have plans to venture into the city, why not hop on a bike instead. We’ve picked out three of the best cycle routes around London…

Read More