Overview

Located at the heart of King’s Cross’ Knowledge Quarter, the Aga Khan Centre is a place of education, insight and cultural exchange. The Aga Khan Centre Gallery is home to a changing programme of exhibitions which aim to create a better understanding of Islam and Muslim cultures, past and present.

The gallery programme will connect with the work of the three main institutes within the centre; Aga Khan Foundation, Aga Khan University Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations and Institute of Ismaili Studies. It will also connect with the wider Aga Khan Development Network, Aga Khan Trust for Culture and Aga Khan Museum in Toronto. The Aga Khan Gallery will significantly contribute to the cultural offer across London as well as nationally and internationally.

To book your free ticket to visit Making Paradise exhibition – please go to the exhibition page.

When you are on the Making Paradise exhibition page, scroll down the page to find the link to select the date and time you wish to visit and how to register. Please note; each hourly time slot admits up to four people – so there can only be a maximum of four people attending at any one time. So, if you are planning to come with any other visitors, you must list all names when placing your booking including children above the age of five years (it is not possible to book one ticket under one name, and bring three other visitors with you, who have not been named at the booking stage – this includes children above 5 years).  You will also be asked to adhere to key safe guarding measures to ensure everyone’s safety. As the national lockdown has been extended, we will continue to operate our online ticket system to access the exhibition. The safety of our staff, students and visitors is of utmost importance to us.

We thank you for your cooperation.