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We bought the combined Tate and Hepworth ticket (its a short walk between the two and there's a map with the tickets at the Tate btw). Although the display posace is limited internally, it is an informative timeline of the life and works in chronological...More
Our seven year old loved visiting here. All the tools and materials left in place in her plaster and stone workshops were amazing. At Tate St Ives, they have a small video booth off one of the galleries with a film about Hepworth, her sculpting...More
Having done the Tate twice before we wanted something new. As this is a museum, former home and studio and sculpture garden, despite being small it has a lot to offer. Spent an enjoyable hour here soaking up the atmosphere and sculptures and views from...More
Fascinating shrine to this famous artist and Cornish Bard.
Make sure you watch the film on a loop showing Barbara Hepworth sculpting at the Tate St Ives BEFORE you visit the BH museum. Makes this visit very poignant.
Garden exhibits and her workshop in the...More
Beautiful sculpture garden and history of the sculptor herself. Very serene and a must for anyone interested in this kind of art. Only disappointment was the rudeness and arrogance of the man on the till the day I visited. Apart from this I would still...More
TateStIves, Guest Relations Manager at Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, responded to this reviewResponded 3 June 2018
Thank you for taking the time to leave your comments following your recent visit to the museum.I'm pleased you enjoyed the experience but sorry to hear you found the gentleman on reception rude and arrogant.
We have a strong programme of customer service training in...More