Plan your visit

Furtherfield has two venues in the middle of London’s Finsbury Park: Furtherfield Gallery hosts free public exhibitions and Furtherfield Lab provides workshops, events and activities.

Furtherfield Gallery

McKenzie Pavilion, Finsbury Park, London, N4 2NQ
Furtherfield Gallery at the McKenzie Pavilion is located in the middle of Finsbury Park, across the children’s playground from the cafe, next to the boating pond.
Open during exhibitions – please check What’s On for dates and opening times.

Furtherfield Lab

Furtherfield Commons, Finsbury Gate, Finsbury Park, N4 2DE
Please check What’s On for forthcoming activities, workshops and events
Furtherfield Lab is a single storey building behind the railings on the left as you enter Finsbury Park at Finsbury Gate. This informal meeting and workshop space sits within its own bounded garden and is used for:

  • Hands-on workshops for diverse groups led by Furtherfield Associates
  • Tech specific events for thinkers, entrepreneurs and academics
  • Residencies with young learners, artists and academics
  • Practical and theoretical courses on topics ranging from permaculture to revolutionary politics.
  • Research labs with academic partners
By public transport

Both venues are less than 10 minute walk from both Manor House and Finsbury Park tube station and approximately 15 minutes walk from Harringay Green Lanes and Harringay stations.

By car

Visitors are encouraged to use public transport where possible. There are pay and display parking facilities nearby for visitors wishing to travel by car.

Eating and drinking

Finsbury Park Cafe serves a range of homemade food and beverages to be enjoyed adjacent to the boating pond and children’s play area.

Toilets

Accessible toilets are available.

Furtherfield Hosts

Furtherfield Hosts are on hand at exhibitions and events to provide more information about artworks and to give visitors any additional support that may be required.