The brilliantly restored Watts Gallery (Surrey) is devoted to the work of great Victorian artists George Frederic and Mary Watts and first opened its doors to the public in 1904. A purpose-built art gallery with over one-hundred paintings by George Frederic Watts is on permanent display.
This trip promises to be a fun and fascinating day. We will arrive at Watts Gallery at 10:30am, and (after tea, coffee and biscuits) will be given a guided tour of Limnerslease House, where the artists lived. There will then be time to explore the artists studios and have lunch. We will then have a gallery tour, followed by a visit to the Watts Cemetery Chapel, conceived by Mary Seaton Watts and designed by Sir Ernest George, one of the leading arts and crafts architects of the time.
Tickets: £40 – Includes travel and admission
Coach to depart 9:00am from The Planks Car Park, Old Town
Date(s) - 13/07/2017