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Watts Gallery - Artists' Village is a unique Arts & Crafts gem nestled in the Surrey Hills. Discover Victorian paintings and sculpture in the historic Watts Gallery before treating yourself to lunch or a cream tea in the Tea Shop. Stroll to the...more
Watt’s Gallery is a great place for quiet contemplation and viewing beautiful art. George Watts was a Victorian artist, hailed as the Michaelangelo of his time. Ironically, the gallery is built around George Watts’ work. The real masterpiece is Watts Chapel (just down the road...More
This place is growing in popularity with young and mature families alike, especially during school holidays and half term breaks.
My son and I visited for half a day to participate in various activities and events - crafts, drawing, story time, etc. He enjoyed it...More
Not what I like to see in the art context. Almost all are portraits and rather wimpish examples of females striking attitudes. I was surprised when a visitor of mine also did not like them. In fact the gallery became something of a joke during...More
This attraction is split over two sites - the "village" of several buildings and Watts' house & studio (Limnerslease), which is a bit of a walk away up a hill. Both are included in the price and the two car parks are free. We visited...More
If you want a gentle day out at an art gallery you can do a lot worse than the Watts Gallery. It is a comparatively small gallery, but well worth the visit. The style of art on display won't suit everyone's taste. Watts' long career...More
A great day out for family and friends.....maybe not in half term in future.
We had a coffee before going into the main exhibition which us sporting some recent lends from other galleries. The pre Raphelites was engaging. Mostly Burne Jones. Great volunteers who talked...More
We have been fairly regular visitors here over the years for lunch and afternoon tea, often as not with friends.
When two of us called in for lunch one day we knew what we wanted to order.
After waiting what seemed like ages I went...More
My wife and I paid a first visit to the Gallery yesterday and now wish we had not waited for so long. The temporary exhibitions (Richard Bawden, Chloe Cheese) and the Cecil French bequest of Pre-Raphaelite paintings were most pleasing, and we enjoyed the lunchtime...More
I have been here a few times and never tire of the place. The chapel is beautiful and the artwork stunning. To top all of that a visit is not complete without a trip to the coffee shop ( don’t go if you are on...More
We had been in 2016 but decided to re-visit with friends from America, who had never heard of Watts and the Pre-Raphaelites, so were fascinated. There is quite an amount to see here, so it is worth spending several hours and include lunch in the...More
Response from MarketingAssistant | Property representative |
There are so many great places to stay in Guildford which has a direct bus route to the Artists' Village.
Take a look at the Visit Surrey website for the best places to stay in the local area.