Compton Verney Art Gallery & Park

Compton Verney Art Gallery & Park Visitors of all ages are warmly welcomed to this award-winning and family-friendly art gallery and parkland.
The gallery is housed in a Grade I listed Georgian mansion remodelled by Robert Adam, surrounded by 120 acres of 'Capability' Brown landscaped parkland.
Explore over 2000 works of art from around the world including: paintings from the 'Golden Age' of Italian art (1600-1800), Germanic art from 1450-1650; British portraits featuring work by Sir Joshua Reynolds and a collection of Tudor portraits; one of Europe's finest collections of Chinese bronzes; the UK's largest collection of British Folk Art and the Marx-Lambert collection, featuring work by textile designer Enid Marx.
Discover an exciting changing programme of exhibitions, which, from 9 July 2016 , features two enthralling exhibitions, Britain in the Fifties: Design and Aspiration alongside BBC Faces of Comedy. In the Autumn see Picasso on Paper and a fantastic light display outside the gallery.
Enjoy a refreshing break in the licensed waitress service restaurant, a light bite from our cafe or enjoy a picnic and a stroll in our parkland or a visit to the children's playground.
There's also a programme of free daily tours, talks, adult workshops and family trails and activities.

Where

Travel by road

Compton Verney is situated on the B4086 between Wellesbourne and Kineton. From M40 take junction 12 and follow brown signs.

By public transport

By rail: Nearest stations are Leamington Spa, Banbury or Stratford upon Avon, approximately a 25 minute taxi ride from each. By bus: From Wood Street Stratford-upon-Avon or Banbury bus station take the 269 call 0871 200 2233 for details. CitySightseeing Heart of Warwickshire bus service From Pen and Parchment Stratford-upon-Avon. Service runs every weekend throughout June and July, then daily from 24 July - 5 September. For details see www.city-sightseeing.com or call 01789 412680.