After almost four months of closure we are happy to announce that the Estorick Collection is now open again to the public.
In order to keep our visitors, staff and volunteers as safe as possible we are introducing new measures including:
- Visitor numbers are restricted, and there are timed entry slots to avoid overcrowding and to ensure that social distancing can be maintained;
- Members as well as non-members must pre-book tickets in advance either online or by phoning the museum;
- The shop is open and card transactions will be preferred;
- Distance markers are in place in the garden, lobby and hallways;
- The toilets are available for use but there is a 1-in-1-out system;
- The galleries and public spaces are subject to enhanced and frequent cleaning;
Visit our visitor information page to read the full list of safety measures.
We look forward to seeing you again at the museum!
4 December 2020'Fabrics made by the MITA textile firm (1926-1976) in Genoa blurred the line between product and art. Gems from its archive are on show at the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art' - Observer Design Book your tickets to visit #ItalianThreads online: bit.ly/3i4TbJI
3 December 2020"Poetry and art belong to a profound stratum of being, common to all forms of expression, and therein is the pure source that animates everything." Gino Severini Gino Severini, Dancer (Ballerina + Sea), 1913