Each exhibition is accompanied by a programme of thought-provoking talks, screenings and events - and while doors are open late until 8pm every day except Wednesdays (when the space closes as 6pm), they are open even later on Thursdays, when guests can stay until 10pm.
The same goes for The Curve, the Centre's free exhibition space for specially commissioned works and contemporary art.
This may mean you have to leave work early to stand a chance of enjoying the candlelit museum - but it's certainly worth the hassle for this is one of the quintessential London experiences.
The extraordinary museum is an appealingly higgledy-piggledy treasure trove of artefacts - with a delight lurking in each nook and cranny.
The ICA aims to challenge accepted notions through its programme of arthouse cinema, performance art, philosophical debates, lectures, art-themed club nights, music parties and cutting-edge bands.For those of you who are too busy at work during the week and always occupied on the weekends, then try one of London's many museum evening openings or 'lates'.Switch off the TV, forget the gym and instead head out for some nocturnal culture at one of the capital's many museums which keep their doors open late.Tours cost around 6 and are an invaluable way of soaking it all in with a bit of direction.Widely recognised as the best house-museum in the world, Sir John Soane's Museum is lit by candlelight on the first Tuesday of each month from 6pm until 9pm.With the support of the Arts Council, the ICA moved to its current location at Nash House in 1968.