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Frameless - Immersive Art Experience in London
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Frameless - Immersive Art Experience in London

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  • Entry ticket to all four unique galleries
  • In house Café Bar
  • Entry/Admission - Frameless
What's not included
  • Food and drink not included


  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Pushchair accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 390319P1

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Most travellers can participate
  • Whilst there is no strobe lighting in any of the galleries, the experience does contain moving images and changes in light that may affect some people.

  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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  • Frameless
    1,121
    London, England
    Joined in May 2022
  • G7101ASdanielg
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Deeeeeeecentttt
    An incredibly immersive experience, well executed and very visually pleasing throughout. Also incredibly lovely staff.
    Written 17 July 2024
  • gaynorv819
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Fantastic experience
    The rooms were fantastic. So relaxing to sit there and just watch paintings coming to life. Unfortunately, due to illness, we had to leave after just the first couple of rooms but can't wait to come back and experience the whole thing.
    Written 16 July 2024
  • 584alastairw
    0 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great effect with brilliant music
    The best for me was the Cloud room with Pink Floyd A Great Gig in the Sky music. Perhaps you could do it with another group in the future e.g. Coldplay, although they've just been at Glastonbury again!
    Written 30 June 2024
  • U2621LVanthonyf
    0 contributions
    1.0 of 5 bubbles
    Brainless brainstorm
    It was Brainstorm- total waste of money- hardly any Pink Floyd tracks uesd- boring visuals- previous visit with famous paintings was excellent- this was rubbish
    Written 30 June 2024
  • N93UDandrewb
    0 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Could have been a lot better for the money.
    I was one of the lucky ones that took part in the brainstorm experiment, i was a little bit disappointed with the brainstorm project as i was expecting to see my brain activity along with the other who took part on displayed with the pink floyd music at frameless Marble Arch overall it was ok but not worth £30.
    Written 20 June 2024
  • U6555VIlouised
    0 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Wonderful but too chaotic this time.
    So this was my second visit to Frameless. Still wonderful but there were just too many people standing in the middle of the rooms and too many children who were running wild. Just too busy and noisy this time. I think avoid weekends if you can.
    Written 17 June 2024
  • RachelB405
    0 contributions
    1.0 of 5 bubbles
    Pink Floyd Frameless Experience: extremely disappointing :(
    We were extremely disappointed with this, having been to the original Frameless exhibition which is fantastic, we had high hopes for an amazing evening of images and artwork and creations inspired by the backdrop of Pink Floyd music. What could go wrong? Unfortunately all of it was wrong - very uninspiring, with little to see or hear in every room: a few starling murmurations, some dots, a few colourful swirly lines and some floating clouds….and Pink Floyd music in just 2 of the rooms, but even then it felt like I could have got more out of the music by staying in and playing it at home. It was hugely disappointing and definitely NOT WORTH the ticket price. Unfortunately I came out thinking it should have been hosted by ‘Pointless’ rather than ‘Frameless’. Very sorry to say that it is not good and I would not recommend going to this…..but I would highly recommend the normal Frameless exhibition which is a masterpiece!
    Written 16 June 2024
  • Freedom08440659250
    0 contributions
    2.0 of 5 bubbles
    Brainstorms experience, more about the Sky than about Pink Floyd - a bit of a let down
    Hi, I went to the Brainstorms experience. This was my second time at Frameless. My first visit was very good, I enjoyed it a lot but it was the permanent art work experience. This limited "Brainstorms: A Great Gig In The Sky" experience was disappointing... It was advertised as a Pink Floyd experience but actually only 2 rooms out of 4 were related to Pink Floyd. The main room playing the entire album was a let down: when we entered it we were asked to leave because of a technical issue. When we came back later, we sat and the album was not played fully and suddenly stopped a bit after "Money". The room itself was missing cushions/blankets, it was very uncomfortable to sit on the cold and hard floor for 45 minutes. When you listen to Pink Floyd you want to lie down to live the experience fully or at least to be seating comfortably. There were no projections on the floor, only on the ceiling and on the walls but it was a bit plain and the same images were displaying over and over. The 2 other rooms were bland and disappointing too, only one had was Pink Floyd related, again the big empty rooms were uncomfortable and nothing much was happening in comparison with the art Frameless experience I previously did. The last room was a bit better with some animated panels, but again, no Pink Floyd music. The staff did not really know about the content of the experience, at the entrance we asked some questions about the Brain Activity Recording and the staff was not really helpful. It's such a shame as I feel this could have been amazing. I believe there is a big room for improvement here.
    Written 10 June 2024
  • S3201YTharryg
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Monty’s big day out
    Adequate experience, they didn’t allow my dog monty in, so be aware of the fact they are NOT dog friendly. Monty is a huuuge fan of the grand masters - van gogh in particular tickles his fancy. He was deeply saddened to miss this wonderful, exquisite, bodacious experience. However, my experience was tainted by the presence of loud, disturbing children whose parents CLEARLY have no idea about social etiquette. Therefore, my overall review would be 5 van goghs out of 12 self portraits.
    Written 28 May 2024
  • 34567orkide
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Relax day
    I new about it through Facebook. It was really amazing experience for adults and children. Really enjoy it. Highly recomanded and the cofee inside the building was so good!!!
    Written 7 May 2024
  • Snowgazr
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Well Spent Afternoon at Frameless at London's Marble Arch
    Stunning display of gigantic pictures filling the huge rooms with atmospheric music. Lots to see. Spent quite a long time in each room watching the paintings change which was fascinating. Our only bugbear was a couple of young mothers with prams standing in the midst of a couple of the rooms, chatting loudly about their babies and general conversations, completely oblivious to their surroundings or anyone else's enjoyment. They should've stayed in the cafe, or the park across the road! We moved on, but it did rather spoil our complete experience.... Well stocked shop - didn't use the cafe, but it looked OK.
    Written 17 April 2024
  • E2712
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    So much more engaging than I expected!
    So much more engaging than I expected! Relaxing, too. Everything ran smoothly and we all had a brilliant time. Recommending to all my friends, especially those with children/teens as it's a great way to engage children with traditional works of art in a really fun way. Worth bringing some pennies for the shop, as there are some lovely bits to buy. And the cafe has a lovely layout too - again, much better than I was expecting.
    Written 17 April 2024
  • Adventure225355
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Relaxed Viewing at Frameless
    I would like to thank you for the Relaxed viewing on the 2/4/24 to celebrate World Autism Day. My son and I are both Autistic. It was so lovely to see the art at a quiet time. I really appreciated this opportunity. Thank you!
    Written 13 April 2024
  • abufazi
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The best place ever
    This place was amazing the staff were super nice if I could give them more stars it would be one hundred I loved the rooms and you could even interact with one of the rooms which was cool definitely go here they had cafés and art supplies to buy as a souvenir.
    Written 13 April 2024
  • Venture39354374884
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Captivating immersion on well known art
    Revived my interest to explore again about paintings and artists. It was at the top of a four day family visit to attractions in London.
    Written 10 April 2024
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Lottie M
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Couples
Me and my partner were very excited to go to the immersive gallery. I had been to one before and found it amazing and it was his first time.

We walked into the first room and saw that it was quite busy despite choosing an early time. We did expect it to be busy as it is the summer holiday’s. Within the first few minutes there were kids screaming and running around in front of the displays so you could not concentrate on what you could see or hear (it was not immersive at all). People were standing in front of the main wall to pose and take pictures of themselves which restricts everyone’s view of the art.

After attempting to watch the first room, which got more and more busy we moved to the ‘abstract’ room. As you walk in the room has a sign saying no running or touching as there are multiple screens within the room. We manage to find a seat to watch the display. By this point people were talking extremely loud, not even about the art and kids were coming into the room. During this display we had kids screaming and playing hide & seek in front of us running extremely fast and touching the display. At one point a kid came in and pushed his face into the mesh display in front of us whilst shouting. What makes it worse is staff were present stood watching this happen and did nothing despite the rules being broken and no consideration or respect to other visitors. I was extremely excited for this display as I am a fan of Kandinsky and Mondrian’s work however we could not sit and watch the full duration as it was genuinely impossible to watch with kids running in front of you.

We were both extremely annoyed that our trip was ruined as we only had the day in London and this was our main purpose to go. It is not a place to go if you actually like or have an appreciation or interest in art, as it was just a kids playground and a place to pose for photographs. There were far too many people in the gallery as they clearly are just after your money rather than appreciating the art and its artists. The staff whose job was to stand and watch the rooms did nothing to prevent or stop the people and children that were being rude and inconsiderate of other visitors.

As an art student I had payed to visit this towards my university work, however we did not have a good experience and I have now spent money on a gallery I cannot use in my work and could have spent it somewhere better.
Written 15 August 2023
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Hi, we're very sorry to hear this, we have found quieter times are usually outside of school holidays in the evening, and during the week. We appreciate your feedback, and we are very interested in hearing more if you have time to message us via Hello@frameless.com.
Written 17 August 2023
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REBECCA P
6 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
What a beautiful exhibition that has been put together with real thought and attention to detail. Gorgeous cafe and lovely shop. Unfortunately totally ruined by hugely over officious staff. We brought 5 children age 10-11 who are very well behaved. We deliberately booked an early morning visit so it would be less busy. We were hoping to inspire the children with real immersion in art only it have the experience ruined by the staff. Be warned children are not allowed to walk around the exhibits or between the screens, they can’t sit on the floor to watch the displays, they essentially have to sit on a bench and show no enthusiasm. My son has a physical disability and wears leg braces so struggles to walk in a slow and controlled manner- this was not acceptable to the supervising staff so essentially also discriminatory. Raised this issue with them to be told “ how could I know anything about your son?!” His awkward gait pattern and leg braces are pretty obvious so I fail to accept this argument. What a shame as it was a complete waste of money as no one could actually relax and enjoy the experience.
Written 28 July 2023
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Hi, we are very sorry that you didn't enjoy your visit. We'd love to understand any specific areas we could improve, so please drop us a message at Hello@frameless.com.. Thanks.
Written 28 July 2023
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Stardoe
Dubbo68 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Family
We had the London Pass so added this interesting attraction to our itinerary. It's a unique experience and would be best viewed on a week day outside of school holiday time, when you have time to read the information about the various artforms depicted and sit and enjoy the potentially relaxing sensory experience. Our visit was absolute mayhem with hoards of screaming children racing around chasing each other or trying to race and jump on the moving pictures. It was quite crowded and many of the adults stood around in the middle of the room which obscured the view of those around the edges trying to take in the entire scene. There is limited seating, none in some of the rooms. In the first room we found a seat, but my adult daughter sitting on the floor beside us was chipped by an attendant who said sitting on the floor wasn't allowed. Meanwhile, the woman next to me on the seat had her head in her phone the entire time and didn't view the artwork at all. Looking at your phone an taking up space shouldn't be allowed. In the rooms without seating, everyone sat on the floor around the edge. Somehow, this was acceptable. I think some clear plastic benches all the way around the edge of the Monet room would be an improvement. There is a cafe/bar and a nice shop which would make the attraction an enjoyable outing with friends or family on a quieter day. It was good to see it, but I won't return and pay the 30 pound admission price. The website has different packages so I'd recommend the 20 pound Adult Lates package if you really want to enjoy it to the max.
Written 21 January 2024
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Hi, thank you for your detailed review. We have found weekends and school holidays to be particularly busy with young families. We hope to welcome you to Frameless Lates in the future.
Written 24 January 2024
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Katie B
Hitchin, UK70 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Couples
I visited Frameless with a friend not long after it had first opened in 2022, I remember having to book far in advance for our tickets. We had a great time and felt so immersed in the artworks in each of the rooms.
I had such good memories, I decided to take my husband there last month, this time I was able to book tickets only a week ahead. I thought there may be some changes given it was 18 months since I last went, but sadly it was quite disappointing. The main disappointment was the number of people, in some rooms it made it impossible to even enter, the amount of people detracted from the art, as you couldn't see much of it. The immersive element was just no longer there with such a high number of people.
Even worse was the addition of bench seats in some of the rooms, these were previously not there. I understand that some people with mobility issues may need a seat, but there were so many that, again, it obstructed the artwork. Particularly in the larger room with the stormy boat scene, it felt impossible to see from the other side of the room.
It felt like Frameless has just become too popular and the owners too greedy by letting in too many people at a time to make more money. This just lets down the whole experience.
Written 20 May 2024
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blmia
Southampton, UK5 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2024 • Couples
Great experience but totally agree with other reviewers. Absolutely ruined by the amount of toddlers left to run around screaming whilst their parents were sat oblivious to their annoying offspring. Not quite sure why you would take a baby to this event either but there were lots!
We even witnessed parents of one child sat in the cafe whilst their young son ran around one of the galleries screaming. It’s just not acceptable when you have paid £66 for 2 flexi tickets.
We couldn’t enjoy the experience at all and certainly couldn’t concentrate. Certainly won’t return and won’t recommend to friends or family. It seems a lot of the staff are young and didn’t have a clue how to manage the situation.
Also there were far too many people when we visited which meant we struggled to even find a space to stand and watch the experiences. Not great at all. Very disappointing.
Written 11 March 2024
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Hi, we're very sorry to hear this, we have found quieter times are usually in the evening, and during the week. If you are interested in our adult-only sessions, pleased check out Frameless Lates on our website. We appreciate your feedback, and we are very interested in hearing more if you have time to message us via Hello@frameless.com
Written 12 March 2024
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Tamc288
berkshire91 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Easy to find from Tube and staff friendly and helpful. We came to the 18+ at 6pm on a Saturday and would recommend this for adults. Not only can you enjoy the exhibits with wine but it quiet so you can hear the music easily with each painting and there is space to sit and watch without people getting in the way. As the floors are just important as the walls it means you can enjoy it more. Just be aware if you have children, some families were being turned away at 5.50pm. There were a few teary children. Check the opening times for children.
Written 5 May 2024
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Isabelle S
1 contribution
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2024 • Family
Unfortunately, it is overloaded with children. You have the option to book your ticket in hours when it is not children friendly but still children are Allowed. The website says they have to stay with their parents but it's like a child invasion so you can't enjoy the music or take photos because they are running around everywhere. Besides, I think the museum sells too many tickets so the rooms are completely full of people and you are actually overcrowded. Very much a waste of the experience because it is very beautiful but not worth the price. If you want to go make sure you go at evening times and to the museum I would suggest seeing how they want to do it with all those children....
Written 5 July 2024
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ferrariwa
Bradford, UK157 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
After an unplanned visit back in February we decided to so again with extra children in tow.
The location is great, a few minutes walk from Marble Arch tube station. There are also local car parks (£12 for 4 hours) if anyone wants to drive in.
The venue itself is nicely set up with lift or escalator entrance. The format is free roaming of the (5?) large rooms consisting of various and famous art. Each room is immersive in a unique way where you can stand or sit to appreciate the art.
We picked a children friendly session and was fairly busy with families. Whilst this isnt a problem i can imagine the venue is not as fun when busy or crowded.
There is also a cafe with good food options as well as customary (and pricey) gift shop.
Our children seemed to enjoy the experience which was the main experience. It is all visual so no physical activities anywhere so probably may not be for all children.
Otherwise an worthwhile visit with a recommendation to pick early slot for most enjoyment.
Written 7 June 2024
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Roam731432
10 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Family
Amazing experience. We went for my daughter's 15th birthday (her choice) and had a great time. We were 45 minutes early for our slot but they let us in as the earlier sessions weren't fully booked. The atmosphere was relaxed and not crowded or rushed and you can keep going back into the different rooms. The impressionists room was my favourite and the music was great too. Great for kids of all ages.
Written 25 July 2023
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Hi, thank you for your review. Are are so pleased you and your daughter had a great time- Happy Birthday to her!
Written 26 July 2023
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Agata D
Ireland81 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Couples
The exhibition was truly breathtaking. Consisted of a couple of different rooms with immersive art with a story to be taken from each room. We went as a couple but this is definitely suited for families and solo travelers as well. This is probably one of if not my favourite immersive art exhibitions and I've been to a few.. 100% recommend to anyone. Top Tip: Try to book for an early time so its not too crowded, this way you'll have the ultimate experience. Come with an open mind.
Written 5 April 2024
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