Visit The Art Pavilion as part of Whitechapel Gallery First Thursdays. The Art Pavilion is a stunning, glass fronted gallery space within Mile End Park. Earth roofed and close to the Regents Canal, its spacious and light filled interior and unique architecture coupled with its secluded yet accessible location make it the ideas space for exhibitions and installations.
The Pavilion is in close proximity to, and has transport links with, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Queen Mary University of London, Canary Wharf and the West End as well as the thriving arts hubs across east London.
The Ecology Pavilion in Mile End Park is adjacent to the Art Pavilion – and is a similarly gorgeous grass roofed and glass walled architectural intervention in the Canal-side landscape of Mile End Park
Both buildings have step free disabled access.
The Arts and Ecology Pavilions are managed by the council on behalf of the King George’s Field, Mile End Charity, a registered charity in England and Wales, number 1077859.
They are a 4 minute walk from Mile End station.
Buses: The 25, 277, D6 and D7 stop close by at Mile End station.
Please contact Transport for London for detailed travel advice tfl.gov.uk.