House of Illustration
Tuesday – Sunday, 10am – 6pm
Closed on Mondays
Our galleries and shop are all on the ground floor and are fully wheelchair-accessible, with lift access to our workshop space and accessible toilets. Guide and assistance dogs are welcome. Please call 020 3696 2020 with any questions.
Your ticket admits you to all three galleries.
Children (5-18, under 5s go free!) £4.40*
Family (up to 2 adults +3 children) £19.80*
Groups (10 people or more) 10% discount
National Art Pass 50% discount
*Price includes voluntary Gift Aid donation.
Take home exclusive exhibition merchandise or pop in to browse our hand-picked range of books, cards, limited edition prints and gifts.
Hire House of Illustration
Our home is a beautiful 19th century building designed by Lewis Cubitt.
It’s a perfect space for receptions, dinners, conferences, away days and workshops in the heart of King’s Cross. Contact Valentina Zunino on 020 3696 2020.
House of Illustration is the UK's first public gallery dedicated to illustration as an art form. A registered charity founded by Sir Quentin Blake, we run a creative programme of exhibitions and events, support emerging talent by commissioning new work and run a pioneering learning programme.
In 2017, ten exhibitions across our three galleries will explore fashion, fetishism, anime, architecture, gentrification, children's illustration and more. They include work from our Illustrators in Residence and our fourth commissioned exhibition of original work.
Jo Brocklehurst: Nobodies and Somebodies
Until 10 May 2017
"An insightful and visually stunning exhibition" Londonist
Nous Vous: Three Men in a Boat
Until 11 June 2017
Our Illustrators in Residence - Nous Vous Collective - explore the nature of collaboration, creating large-scale illustrations for the classic novel Three Men in a Boat using a three-person drawing machine.
Linda Kitson: Drawing and Projects
Until 30 April 2017
Linda Kitson was the first woman war artist to accompany troops in combat, commissioned to draw on the front line of the Falklands War.