Watts Gallery

Built to display the work of Victorian artist George Frederic Watts, Watts Gallery first opened in 1904.

Here you can see George's artwork. From his early years to celebrated portraits, symbolic paintings and larger-than-life sculptures in the Sculpture Gallery.

You can also visit the De Morgan Foundation's Decoration or Devotion? The exhibition features works by artists Evelyn and William De Morgan.

Visit our Temporary Exhibition space for our changing programme of must-see exhibitions. See What's on.

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Opening times

Includes Historic Galleries, De Morgan Exhibition, Temporary Exhibition and Sculpture Gallery

Open daily, 10.30am - 5pm, including bank holidays. Last admission is 4.30pm.
Closed 24 - 26 December and 1 January. Closing at 4pm on 31 December.

Exhibitions and events

  1. A row of leather bound books with gold titles
    Event

    Austen Sisters

  2. Historic gallery features oil paintings in gold frames and sculptures
    Event

    Watts Gallery tour

  3. Vase in glass case in gallery
    Event

    De Morgan exhibition tour