The Art of Banksy

The Art of Banksy

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Available to 5 January 2025

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After reigning residencies in both Covent Garden and Regent Street, the London Banksy museum is continuing his satirical street art success in Soho!

After experiencing global street art success in 15 cities worldwide and welcoming over 1.5 million visitors through it's doors, The Art of Banksy is extending its London residency due to unprecedented public demand.

"Basically, this isn't one to miss," - Harpers Bazaar

The Soho street art museum is one of London's best graffiti spots

The 'Exit Through The Gift Shop' documentary Academy Award and BAFTA nominee is bringing his latest exhibition to Charing Cross Road!

Filled with the world's largest collection of original and authenticated Banksy artworks, The Art of Banksy houses over 150 artefacts, including prints, canvases and a plethora of unique works.

With most items being debuted to the public for the first time, the graffiti museum is inviting you to witness these unique pieces up-close. 

Visit The Art of Banksy museum in London and see iconic artworks such as:

  • Girl With Balloon: In three colour variations
  • Flower Thrower
  • Rude Copper
  • Kate Moss as Marilyn Monroe
  • Pulp Fiction Banana prints
  • Hand-drawn sketches and drafts
  • Personal artworks donated by friends of Banksy himself
  • Dismaland artefacts 

"The Art of Banksy will serve as a welcome reminder of the explosive impact of the artist's works, and of the powerful potential of street art. And that can't be a bad thing," - Time Out

Book The Art of Banksy tickets to the Bristol-born's new 1,300sqm home in Soho now! 

Who is Banksy?

With the graffiti artist distinguishing himself amongst others through the use of rat stencils, political statements and powerful murals on prominent locations, Banksy has become famous worldwide for challenging authority with his witty and provocative pieces. 

A few theories on the street artist's anonymity: 

  • Bristol-born 'trip hop' band Massive Attack are believed to have inspired Banksy; lead singer Robert Del Naja is also West Country-based and a successful artist known as '3D'
  • Although Robert Del Naja denies being Banksy, he does claim to know the real identity of the street artist
  • Due to being identified in photos of the artworks, recreational artist Robert Gunningham is another theory, with schoolmates encouraging the hearsay
  • Potentially the most bizarre theory is linking Banksy to 2007 Art Attack's Neil Buchanan - although Buchanan has denied he is the elusive graffiti artist.
  • Many theorise that Banksy could be a Bristol-based art collective rather than an individual person due to the efficiency in which his pieces are created
  • Most recently, a forgotten Banksy BBC interview from 2003 has resurfaced. In the interview, Banksy is asked if he is called 'Robert Banks' and the artist replies "It's Robbie"

Banksy's elusive identity is part of the artists trademark. However, to keep a long story short - no-one knows who Banksy is, except his closest family, friends and associates. 

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Old Compton Street,
London W1D

How to find us

Address: 100 Charing Cross Road, London, WX2H


By Tube:

There are plenty of Underground stations near to The Art of Banksy street art exhibition:

  • Oxford Circus: Bakerloo, Central, Victoria
  • Charing Cross: Bakerloo, Jubilee
  • Piccadilly Circus: Bakerloo, Piccadilly
  • Green Park: Jubilee, Piccadilly, Victoria
  • Leicester Square: Northern, Piccadilly
  • Toilets
  • On-site cafe - no food or drink allowed within exhibition
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Public transport accessible

The opening times for The Art of Banksy in Soho, London are:

  • Mon-Fri: 11am - 9pm
  • Sat: 10am - 9pm
  • Sun: 10am - 8pm

Please note: Last admission is one hour prior to closing. 

The average time recommended to view the authentic Banksy pieces is between 60 and 90 minutes.

However, you are welcome to spend as little or as long as you like; these works were sold by Banksy to private collectors and would never normally be on display for the public. 

Yes! The Banksy art museum in Soho is completely wheelchair accessible, however the exhibition is an immersive art experience, so some spaces may have low lighting. 

If any extra assistance is required, please speak to a member of staff on your visit. 

Don't worry - it happens!

If you're running late for your allocated time slot, then the team at The Art of Banksy in Soho will try to accommodate you within the next available time slot.

Please arrive 15 minutes before your time slot on your ticket.

Please note: You may be subject to a further fee.

Yes, you can bring in bags, but please note that all bags are searched on entry and visitors are subject to a security check. 

Please note that there is no cloakroom facility and all large bags are prohibited.

Prams and pushchairs are permitted inside the venue. 

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