RS private community event

Come and join us for a summer picnic in beautiful Hyde Park – and to visit the ‘Web(s) of Life’ exhibition by Tomás Saraceno at the Serpentine Gallery.

Date: Sunday 16 July 2023

Time: From 1.30pm

Meeting place: Serpentine North Gallery, West Carriage Drive, Hyde Park, London W2 2AR (What3Words location: ///slips.vent.humble – more details below)

Nearest tubes: Lancaster Gate, South Kensington or Knightsbridge

About this event

The Serpentine Gallery visit is free, optional and there is no need to book. The gallery opens 10am to 6pm on Sundays.

Find out more about the Web(s) of Life exhibition in this Time Out review.

Bring food and drink for yourselves, or to share (if you’re feeling particularly generous!)

As always, friends, partners, children and animals welcome!

Meeting point and directions

We will be sitting behind the Serpentine Gallery near the tall, truncated tree stump:

From Lancaster Gate tube station, cross over to Marlborough Gate into Kensington Gardens. Head straight, with the lake on your left, passing the Peter Pan statue on your right (10 minutes – a very lovely walk):

Serpentine lake
Peter Pan statue

Before you reach the exit gate (Temple Gate) look to your right and see the tall tree stump and the just visible Serpentine Gallery. We shall be sitting there.

From West Carriage Drive, the closest gate is Temple Gate – Serpentine Gallery to the left.


If you’d like to come along, RSVP to us at

We look forward to seeing you there!

Warm regards,

Dianne, Doron and Cressy.

07426 336 322

Images by Relational Spaces.