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Watts Gallery - Artists' Village

Down Lane

Compton

Guildford

GU3 1DQ

United Kingdom

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Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village is a unique Arts & Crafts gem nestled in the Surrey Hills in Compton, near Guildford. The day will be spent exploring the Watts Gallery, the first purpose-built gallery dedicated to the work of one artist, the Watts’ Studios, the artist’s home, Limnerslease, and the Grade I listed Watts Chapel. Time will also be spent looking at work by William and Evelyn De Morgan, and by Mary Watts at Compton Pottery, who founded the highly successful Potters’ Arts Guild, producing decorative and ornate pots, birdbaths and garden ornaments.


Includes Coffee/tea and biscuits served on arrival from 10.30am.

The guided tour will begin at 11am.

Also includes light lunch. If you have any dietary requirements, please advise on booking.


Please note there is a 10 minute uphill walk to Limnerslease House and Watts Studios and a 10 minute walk to the Chapel. Limnerslease House and the Chapel are unfortunately not suitable for wheelchair users.

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GU3 1DQ

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