How to find us
The nearest station is Guildford. Plan your journey using the National Rail website. From the station, you can take a taxi or get a bus directly to Watts Gallery - Artists' Village from Guildford town centre.
The 46 bus runs from Guildford town centre (Friary Bus Station, stand 5) directly to the Artists' Village (bus stop: Compton - Watts Gallery), running once an hour between 9am and 6pm, Mondays to Saturdays. The journey by bus takes approximately 10 minutes. Plan your journey by bus.
Plan your journey using Google Maps.
Turn onto New Pond Road / B3000 and continue to follow it for 2.3 miles. Then turn right onto Down Lane. Watts Gallery is on the right a few hundred metres down the road. The postcode is GU3 1DQ.
Leave the A3 at the (brown tourist signs to Watts Gallery) slip road for Godalming / Farnham / B3000. At the roundabout take the second exit to the B3000. At the roundabout take the first exit to the B3000. At the roundabout turn right (take the third exit) onto The Street. Take the first left onto Down Lane. Watts Gallery is on the right a few hundred metres down the road. The postcode is GU3 1DQ.
Take Farnham Rd/A31 to Down Lane. Continue left onto Down Lane. In a few hundred metres, Watts Gallery – Artists' Village will be on your left.
There is a taxi rank outside Guildford station, or see below for local taxi numbers. The journey takes approximately 10 minutes.
Speedwell Taxis: 01483 423333 / 423944
Paul Edwards Taxis: 01483 422138
Watts Gallery - Artists' Village is located along the North Downs Way, a National Trail of 153 miles. Much of the trail follows the historical Pilgrims' Way, running through Surrey following the line of the North Downs until it reaches the Kentish border, where it continues on to Canterbury.
The Artists' Village is located in the heart of the Surrey Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The OS coordinates for Compton are SU958468.
Walking between Watts Gallery - Artists' Village and Loseley Park
There is a looped walk starting from the Artists' Village that can be followed to Loseley House, a beautiful stately home nearby. There are a number of different paths that can be taken within this loop; all are signposted footpaths or bridleways.
Watts Gallery - Artists' Village is located along National Cycle Route 22, which can be picked up from Puttenham and Guildford. The Artists' Village has a number of secure bike racks spread across the site for bicycle parking. Bicycles are also available to hire from Guildford station.
There are no coach parking facilities at the Artists' Village. All coaches must be pre-booked. For more information on group visits or to book a coach party please call 01483 813 589 or email email@example.com.
We are located only a short journey from the centre of Guildford. For the fifth year in a row, Guildford town centre has been recognised by the
Purple Flag assessors for its safe and diverse night time economy.