Discover the unique delights of Compton Verney, where there’s something for everyone to enjoy. 120 acres of stunning parkland and lake surround an award-winning art gallery, with a family friendly café and gift shop.
Escape the everyday to wander through our historic ‘Capability’ Brown landscape, marvel at our world-class art exhibitions or have fun in our outdoor adventure playground. All ages are welcome – we’re just 9 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon.
For our full range of events and activities click below.Things To Do
Tue – Sun and Bank Holiday Mondays
Park & Welcome Centre open 10.30am
Collections & Exhibition open 11am – 5pm
Compton Kitchen 10.30am – 4.30pm
Welcome Centre closes 4.30pm
Park closes 6pm
The Lost Words Spell Walks Our Spell Walks posts are going into the grounds as we prepare for The Lost Words Spell Walks which will take visitors to the exhibition on a journey of words and images with nature spotting on the way. The Lost Words Letterpress The first letterpress prints...Read More
I’m not sure if it is just me, but haven’t we enjoyed some dramatic skies this year? Maybe I’m just taking more time to look, or the weather is simply more theatrical than usual, but time and time again I have found myself standing back in awe of the cloudscape that clothes the landscape. Painterly...Read More
Autumn Exhibitions Thu 26 October, 11am – 4pm Visit our two brand new exhibitions: The Lost Words and Quentin Blake: Inside Stories. FREE entry for Members. Family Forest School Thu 26 October, 11am – 4pm Enjoy autumnal crafts and games this October Half Term. This session is run by our qualified...Read More
This year, on Friday 8 September, discover our stunning grounds, our eye-popping exhibitions and our six diverse permanent collections all for free! Discover the unique delights of Compton Verney Art Gallery & Park, where there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Escape the everyday to wander through our historic ‘Capability’ Brown landscape, marvel at our...Read More
Top 30 Bird species to see at Compton Verney Interested in bird watching? If your answer is yes and you are in reach of south Warwickshire then Compton Verney could be worth a visit. Although an art gallery with all the modern conveniences, Compton Verney happens to be situated in 120 acres of designed landscape and...Read More
Red-eyed Damselfly (Erythromma najas) – found here playing poo-sticks by the Adam Bridge. (Photo-RSM) Over the last few weeks I have been sent some wonderful images of Flying Visitors at Compton Verney, taken by two volunteers; Arthur Owens and Michael Robertson-Smith. Some of the species weren’t identified so I felt duty bound to obtain...Read More