We went to the Saatchi Gallery after having heard of it through a travel guidebook we had. The exhibition is of an uninteresting variety, art of a very contemporary style, the kind that you would want to skim over rather than absorb yourself in the works for a while as you can do much more easily in places like the Tate Modern, and of course places like the National Gallery and Wallace Collection (though I suppose you can't compare the latter two due to different style). The gallery rooms are not very attractive either (virtually stripped to the bone - we found that a little plain for an art gallery, and too brightly lit). Because of this, we were done in 15 minutes. The museum is a bit far away from most main London attractions (though you can walk to the Kensington museums in around 20 minutes) so unless you have a big interest in contemporary art I would try the Tate Modern instead.
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