VisitMarble Arch Mound
London’s newest outdoor attraction.
Climb the Marble Arch Mound for free until 9 January 2022, so don’t miss out! Tickets are available on the door.
About the Marble Arch Mound
In these unprecedented times, delivering a new and meaningful experience that captures the imagination of residents, businesses and visitors has never been more important.
Commissioned by Westminster City Council, the Marble Arch Mound is a temporary installation, that brings a renewed excitement about the area and manifests the council’s vision of a Greener, Smarter, Future, Together.
The Marble Arch Mound takes inspiration from the history and diversity of the area, whilst offering a new perspective of the future. Creating an experience of the ‘great outdoors’ right at the centre of the city.
Visitors will climb to the 22.5-metre peak via a path that winds its way up to the summit. When reaching the top, a viewing deck will offer views never seen before by the wider public. On their way down, visitors will descend into the heart of the Mound, where visitors can experience Lightfield- a one-off light exhibition by W1 Curates. The exit leads visitors to Marble Arch and the adjacent public space leading to Oxford Street and Hyde Park. The Marble Arch Mound will be open to visitors until 9 January 2022. Don’t miss out, tickets are available on the door or can be booked in advance.
Lightfield at the Mound
The Marble Arch Mound will feature a one-off light exhibition by W1 Curates.
This unique collaboration between Westminster City Council and W1 Curates will offer the opportunity to enjoy a special art exhibition called Lightfield, led by British/American artist, Anthony James.
Lightfield consists of cubes, connected via ethernet cables, which will simulate the interconnected root structure of a birch tree forest.
The cubes all communicate with one another creating a large canvas for light to dance around, which will allow the light to follow visitors as they walk through Lightfield.
Claire Luxton's 'Metamorphosis'
Marble Arch is hosting an illumination of Claire Luxton’s ‘Metamorphosis’ artwork as part of our InsideOut festival from 27-30 October.
Exhibitions across London
There are some fantastic exhibitions to see in London this Autumn, including at the Marble Arch Mound.
Dining Around Marble Arch
As one of London’s most diverse destinations, there is something for everyone to enjoy in Marble Arch, from global flavours to child-friendly restaurants.
Discover Local Pubs and Bars
If you are looking to grab a drink around Marble Arch there are a range of local pubs and bars that you can visit.
For more information about visiting, tickets and the experience you can view our frequently asked questions.
The Marble Arch Mound is located next to Marble Arch, on the western end of Oxford Street.
You will not miss the 22.5-metre-high mound when you arrive.
The Marble Arch Mound is only around until 9 January 2022. Why not pay us a visit, opening times are as follows
26 July to 31 August||Monday to Friday|
Weekends and Bank Holidays
|11am to 8pm|
10am to 9pm
1 September to 24 October||Monday to Friday|
|11am to 7pm|
9am to 8pm
25 October to 31 December|
(Closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day)
|Monday to Friday|
|10am to 8pm|
1 January to 9 January 2022||Monday to Sunday||10am to 10pm|
Getting to the Marble Arch Mound
The closest stations are Marble Arch or Bond Street, the mound is also a 15-minute walk away from Hyde Park Corner Station and Edgware Road tube station
The following buses travel to Marble Arch: 2, 6, 7, 13, 16, 23, 36, 74, 94, 98, 137, 148, 189, 274, 390, 414,
The Marble Arch Mound is a part of a wider programme of innovation and change we are bringing to the Oxford Street District. Learn more about other plans for the area on the Oxford Street District website.
Press enquiries – If you are a member of the media and have an enquiry, you can reach the duty media officer on 0207 641 2259 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org