Watts Gallery - Artists' Village

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Monday to Sunday: 10:30am - 5pm

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A unique & creative day out in Surrey

Watts Gallery – Artists' Village is a unique art gallery and heritage site consisting of historic buildings, learning studios for art and pottery workshops, an award-winning Tea Shop and beautifully landscaped woodlands and grounds. Conveniently located just 40 minutes from London, the Artists' Village is an Arts & Crafts gem tucked away in the Surrey Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

First opened to the public in 1904, Watts Gallery was the first art gallery purpose-built for the work of a single artist, George Frederic Watts (1817-1904) - known as England's Michelangelo by his contemporaries. Along with his wife Mary Watts, a talented ceramicist, designer and artist in her own right, they founded the Artists' Village.

Watts Gallery and Watts Studios are open Tuesday to Sunday (plus Bank Holidays) from 11am - 5pm.
Watts Chapel is open daily from 9am - 5pm.
The Visitor Centre, shop and Tea Shop are open daily from 10.30am - 5pm.

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Children 16 & under go free

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Expires: 31/12/2019


G F Watts: England's Michelangelo

G F Watts (1817 - 1904) had a career spanning over 70 years, and he inspired many household names including Rossetti, Tennyson, Leighton, Picasso, Lucian Freud and Barack Obama. Celebrating 200 years since his birth, England's Michelangelo explores Watts

Price: £9.50 adults, 16 & under free

When: 20/06/2017 to 26/11/2017, 11am - 5pm

Evelyn Dunbar: Studies, Illustrations & Paintings

Evelyn Dunbar (1906 - 1960) was the only full-time woman war artist during WW2. Following the discovery of a hoard of lost works in 2013, her legacy as one of the foremost British artists of the 20th century has been refreshed. Discover previously unse

Price: Free

When: 14/07/2017 to 24/09/2017, 10.30am - 5.15pm

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