Camden Arts Centre
NW3 6DG London
Built in 1897, originally a library, the grade II listed building became an arts centre in the 1960s. Following a reburbishment by Tony Fretton Architects, Camden Arts Centre re-opened to the public in 2004. The beautiful and sensitively designed building combines the original victorian gothic features with a contemporary urban design to enhance space and light. The new galleries attract artists of the highest calibre, able to display a broad range of work including installation, film and video, light sensitive drawings and sculpture.
By Public Transport
Underground: Finchley Road (Jubilee and Metropolitan Lines) 500 metres or Hampstead (Northern Line) 850 metres
Rail: Finchley Road and Frognal (Silverlink line) 100 metres
Bus: 13, 268, 82, 113 stop nearby
Local parking other than for blue badge holders is very restricted except on Sundays. Paid parking is available at the O2 Centre (400 metres).
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