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by Sue Lancaster (subscribe)
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Published April 2nd 2013
Take in some art
The PM Gallery in Ealing, West London, is part of the Grade 1 listed Pitzhanger Manor-House. Situated on the ground floor of the grand mansion, the gallery occupies a large, bright room to the back and has been developed as a major cultural venue. It is the largest gallery space in West London, exhibiting contemporary, professional art.

PM Gallery Exterior
PM Gallery Exterior


Funded by Ealing Council, the gallery hosts a year round programme of exhibitions and is free to enter. Previous events have included 'Robin & Lucienne Day: Design & The Modern Interior' and 'London Unfurled' by Matteo Pericoli. The most recent exhibition is called 'Walk On: 40 Years of Art Walking', which runs until the 5th May 2013, but do check the website for up-to-date details about current and forthcoming events. The gallery never seems to get too busy, so is very pleasant to amble around.

Gallery Sign
Gallery Sign


It is also possible to partake in an audio tour of Pitzhanger Manor-House, which gives information about the history, design and architecture of the building. The cost of this is 1.00.

The PM Gallery & House is situated on the edge of Walpole Park on Mattock Lane, so has lovely views of the surrounding greenery. If it's a nice day, then a stroll around the park is also recommended.

The nearest Tube stop is Ealing Broadway which is served by the District and Central Lines. The following buses also stop close by: 207, 83, 607, E1, E2, 112, 297, PR1, E7, E8, and there is car-parking available in the nearby Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre.
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Why? To look at contemporary art for free
When: Tuesday-Friday 1pm-5pm and Saturday 11am-5pm. Closed on bank holidays
Phone: 020 8567 1227
Where: Walpole Park, Mattock Lane, Ealing, London W5 5EQ
Cost: Free to enter the gallery
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