‘I would definitely recommend a visit; we were extremely impressed.’ - Gerrard’s Cross DFAS
‘Beyond expectations!!.. It was excellent to be able to have coffee waiting’ - Dorking Local History Club
To discuss your Group visit, or the prices listed below, please contact Rosanna Lawton, Visitor Services Assistant - Tel: 01483 813 589 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Watts Gallery: £7 per person (discounted group entry rate). Add an half an hour introductory talk for £3 per person or an hour-long tour for £5 per person.
Watts Chapel: Free access or book an hour-long tour for £5 per person
Limnerslease: Exclusive access available by hour long tour for £5 per person
Special offer: Enjoy a full day at the Watts Gallery Estate for just £19 per person (save £3.50pp).
Watts Gallery also provides tours in French, Italian, German and Spanish.
Group catering is available in the Old Kiln, please enquire when making your booking.
Access: Watts Gallery is fully wheelchair accessible. Guide dogs are permitted throughout the site.
External Talks: If you would like us to come and talk to your group about the internationally renowned collection and remarkable restoration project please call or email us.
Ellen Terry: The Painter’s Actress
10 June – 9 November 2014
A story of the ever-changing personae and image of Ellen Terry, a star of the English stage and an inspiration to visual artists.
A Russian Fairy Tale: The Art and Craft of Elena Polenova
18 November 2014 – 8 February 2015
A display of enchanting fairy tale illustrations and rarely seen works by Elena Polenova; a leading figure in the Russian Craft revival.
Coming soon in 2015
Our acclaimed temporary exhibition programme for 2015 includes an exhibition on Aesthetic dress in portraiture, and an exploration of the fantastical works of the Victorian fairy painter Richard Dadd.
Last chance to book exclusive tours of Limnerslease
Exclusive access available by tour available for £5 per person
Hear about the people who visited and worked with G.F. and Mary Seton Watts. See their Arts & Crafts style living quarters including period furniture and unique gesso ceilings created by Mary, the precursor to her work in the Watts Cemetery Chapel. See the artists’ studios and hear about the restoration plans being carried out.
When Watts Studios reopen in 2015, visitors will be able to see G.F. Watts’s restored studio in addition to new galleries dedicated to Mary Seton Watts and the story of these artists’ lives in Compton. Surrounded by beautiful gardens and woodlands, Watts Studios will also include dedicated space for conservation, courses and practical craft and design classes and there will be year-round events.
Watts Gallery and Loseley Park: Two venues for £16
Gain a unique insight into Surrey’s heritage by touring two of its most celebrated venues in one day.
Both nestling in the Surrey Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) yet only minutes from the M25 these two locations create the perfect day out for group bookers.
You can now book both of these venues for the special price of £16 per person. Please quote ‘Watts Gallery and Loseley Park two venues for £16 offer’ when making an enquiry.