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Frieze London

Regent’s Park

4–7 October 2018

Visitor Information

Frieze London returns to Regent's Park this October to present the best of international contemporary art by emerging and established artists, alongside a dynamic programme of newly commissioned artworks, films and talks. Frieze Sculpture is also on display until 7 October with 25 significant outdoor works. 

2018 Opening Days & Hours
Wednesday Preview 3 October (Invitation only)
Thursday Preview 4 October: 12pm-8pm
Thursday Private View 4 October: 5pm-8pm
Friday 5 - Saturday 6 October: 12pm-7pm
Sunday 7 October: 12pm-6pm

Tickets
All tickets are limited and often sell out. Book in advance to enjoy discounts and ensure entry. Click here for tickets to Frieze London.

Bag Restrictions
Due to changes in security procedure, large bags will not be permitted into the event. Please do not bring suitcases, folding bicycles, scooters or any large items bigger than a handbag or laptop bag. A very limited bag drop facility will incur a £5 charge and proceeds will be donated to Children & the Arts charity. Coats and umbrellas can be checked free of charge.

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