Upcoming Events and Exhibitions

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Summer Holidays

until
29 Aug

Summer Art School

24 Jul
28 Jul

England's Michelangelo Exhibition Tour

25 Jul

Colour

1 Aug

Colour

8 Aug

Colour

15 Aug

Colour

22 Aug

England's Michelangelo Exhibition Tour

29 Aug

Colour

29 Aug

Watts Gallery - Artists' Village

Watts Gallery - Artists' Village has plenty to enjoy for visitors of all ages. Engage with history and art at the newly opened Watts Studios, and discover our permanent collection of Victorian paintings and sculpture in Watts Gallery before visiting the De Morgan Collection, on long term loan to the Artists' Village.

Enjoy a quiet moment at Watts Chapel – a Grade I listed Arts & Crafts building – then explore the woodlands and grounds before treating yourself at the Tea Shop and browsing art for sale in Watts Contemporary Gallery, along with a wide selection of gifts in the Watts Shop.

First opening its doors to the public in 1904, Watts Gallery is a purpose-built art gallery created to display the works

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Watts Gallery

Landscape, art and remembrance are beautifully blended together in this Grade I listed building.

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Watts Chapel

The Studios bring to life the Wattses' vision of Art for All with the recreated G F Watts Studio, a gallery dedicated to Mary Watts and the Make Space with a different family drop in workshop every Sunday.

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Watts Studios

The Tea Shop provides fresh, English seasonal food made on the premises and served by our friendly staff. The Welsh rarebit is what we are famous for

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Tea Shop

Stocking a wide range of goods, from a variety of art books, to gorgeous clothing and bespoke handmade crafts, the Shop is the perfect place to find a present for anyone in the family or an indulgent treat for yourself.

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Art For Sale.

Curated exhibitions showcase work by emerging and established artists that resonate with the heritage and ethos of Watts Gallery - Artists' Village.

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Watts Contemporary Gallery

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13 Jul

Evelyn Dunbar at Watts Contemporary Gallery

7 Jul