To make social distancing as easy as possible for our gallery visitors and staff, we are implementing a number of changes at White Cube Bermondsey and Mason’s Yard.
These include: reduced opening hours, mandatory timed visiting slots, wearing of face masks, designated routes through exhibitions, hand sanitiser distribution points, and digitised interpretation materials you can easily access on your smartphone.
In addition, following new guidance from the UK Government, face masks will be mandatory for the duration of your visit.
We have compiled some FAQs below to help you plan your visit.
Please be mindful of these new guidelines. Should you have any further questions contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0)207 930 5373. Thank you for your understanding.
How do I book my visit?
Bookings for White Cube Bermondsey and Mason’s Yard exhibitions can be made here. Booking slots are for 1 hour and you must arrive within 30 minutes of the start time of your booked slot.
No booking is required for White Cube Hong Kong.
How do I reschedule or change my booking slot if I change my mind?
You can amend or cancel your booking using the same booking method.
Do I have to wear a mask?
We ask that all visitors wear a mask when visiting the galleries.
Are toilets available in the galleries?
Enclosed communal spaces like public toilets are high risk for transmission, so these spaces are closed to the public with the exception of our disabled toilets.
Can I bring young children?
Children are welcomed to the gallery, but must be kept in hand.
Can I come as part of a group?
A booking is required for each individual. The system will permit a booking of a maximum of two individuals. Groups are not permitted. Families will also be required to make the necessary booking but may find their entry is staggered.
How will you manage social distancing in the space?
We will be restricting visitor numbers at any given time, and are creating designated routes through the exhibitions to facilitate social distancing.
Do you have baby changing facilities?
Enclosed communal spaces like public toilets are high risk for transmission, so these facilities are currently closed.
Is seating available inside the galleries?
Seating has been removed to allow social distancing measures to be put in place.