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Make The Most of Your Visit

To our Gallery & Studio

5 minutes from The Shard

On Vibrant Bermondsey Street

Photo by David Iliff

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SE1: A Foodie's Delight

With Borough & Maltby Street Markets

Photo by David Iliff

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An Artistic Hub

From The Fashion & Textile Museum To The White Cube

Fashion & Textile Museum

One of Bermondsey Street's many highlights. Image courtesy FTM.

Incredible Restaurants

The finest tastes from around the globe


A critically acclaimed authentic taste of Spain.

One of Bermondsey Street's exceptional dining experiences.

Everything you need to know

62-66 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3UD
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Gallery Opening Hours:

The gallery is currently closed under Tier 4 restrictions. We really look forward to welcoming you back next year when the restrictions are lifted.

Plan Your Journey
Our nearest tube station is London Bridge (Underground & National Rail). If you are planning to drive, you will need to find car parking nearby.

Watching the Glassblowing:

In normal circumstances, visitors can watch the glassblowing in our studio. There is limited glassblowing between approximately 1-2pm for lunch and the artists generally stop around 4.30pm. Admission is free. Owing to limited space in the viewing area, we are unable to accommodate groups on an ad hoc basis – for information about group viewings, please visit The Studio page to learn more.

Bermondsey Street

We are fortunate to be based on vibrant Bermondsey Street, which features internationally renowned galleries such as White Cube, Fashion & Textile Museum, Vitrine Gallery and Eames Fine Art, as well as a host of independent galleries and artists’ studios.

Nicknamed ‘London’s larder’ back in the 19th century, Bermondsey Street has a wonderful history and legacy to explore. Today the wharfs, warehouses and railway arches are hives of activity, producing and selling artisan food and drink of great character and distinction. Bermondsey Street itself is blessed with some exceptional restaurants, bars and coffee shops. For one of the best French dining experiences outside of Paris, try Casse-Croûte, or for stunning Spanish Tapas visit José – both personally recommended by Peter himself! 

Any Questions?

Send us an email or give us a call, we’ll be happy to help.


+44 (0)207 403 2800

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The Gallery is currently closed

Due to the Tier 4 restrictions, the gallery is currently closed. Our New Year Sale begins online on the 1st January and we will be open for Click & Collect from the 4th January.