Wherever you are, you can now explore Watts Gallery – Artists' Village online.

Based in Guildford, we are an art gallery and charity dedicated to sharing the history and legacy of our founders – Victorian artists, G F and Mary Watts. Our new digital programme, Watts at home, allows you to discover our historical collection and inspiring learning and contemporary art activities from afar.

Start your digital journey today and enjoy fascinating virtual tours of our exhibitions and collections, art tutorials suitable for all ages, weekly prompts and wellness activities, and much more.

Explore Watts at home

Discover our Permanent Collection with a new series of digital talks, tours, blogs and takeovers for you to enjoy from home.

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Collections - Online

Take a digital tour of our latest exhibition, Unto This Last: Two Hundred Years of John Ruskin.

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Latest Exhibition - Online

Wellness at Watts takes inspiration from G F and Mary Watts and the calm they found in the Surrey Hills.

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Wellness at Watts - Online

Every Sunday, enjoy a weekly online art activity on our digital Make Space.

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Make Space - Online

Every Friday, get creative with an art activity specially designed for under 5s.

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Watts Tots - Online

Bring the outside world to your home this spring, with a new series of online creative tutorials

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Nature Print

Watts Bedtime Stories - Online

Storyteller Olivia Armstrong brings the magic of Watts Gallery to you with a weekly bedtime story.

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To See Clearly: Why Ruskin Matters - Online Lecture

Dr Suzanne Fagence Cooper reflects on John Ruskin as artist, thinker, polemicist and environmental campaigner.

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Art for All Season 2020

Celebrate our Community Learning Progamme and launch of the Limner collection.

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Watts Academy Drawing Club - Online

Sign up to join artist Charlie Betts for a series of free sessions that will support you to explore and experiment with drawing from home, through fun and playful activities.

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