Pimlico is the only station on the Victoria line not to function as an interchange for either the Underground or a National Rail service.
A short walk from Pimlico is Tate Britain, Milbank. Built on the grounds of a former prison, it was known as the Tate Gallery when it opened to the public in 1897; its name was changed with the launch of its sister gallery, Tate Modern, in 2000.
Chelsea College of Art and Design is also nearby.
Sir Winston Churchill was a resident of 33 Eccleston Square, Pimlico. Designer Laura Ashley also lived in Pimlico, at 83 Cambridge Street.
Artwork is located on paid side of ticket barrier.
Artworks are currently installed at the following stations