Compton Verney is an independent national art gallery and ‘Capability’ Brown landscaped park located nine miles from Stratford-upon-Avon.
We are a registered charity, established in 1993 with the aim of providing an inspiring and entertaining cultural day out for visitors of all ages and backgrounds – whether to see our highly-acclaimed art exhibitions, to take part in our wide-ranging activities, or to enjoy the diverse features of our extensive historic landscape.Things To Do
Tue – Sun and Bank Holiday Mondays.
Park 10.30am – 5pm. Activities 11am – 4pm
Welcome Centre closes 4.30pm
Collections, exhibition and catering will open from Saturday 18 March.
Open Tomorrow! I couldn’t let the weekend pass without a quick post to let you know that the park at Compton Verney will be open from tomorrow – Saturday 18th February. The weather is looking settled for the weekend ahead, the welcome centre will be open, and the landscape is inspiring in its winter form. What better opportunity is there to get out and soak up a great British landscape! A Warm Welcome With the main house and galleries closed until March 18th, the welcome centre will act as the main point of welcome. Staff will be on hand to introduce you...Read More
Welcome to the latest news from the grounds team at Compton Verney – Landscape & Garden Update – 3.02.17. The grounds team were relieved to reach the end of 2016 following a very hectic year which brought a new Welcome Centre, continual adjustments to the park, creation of a new building for the grounds team and much more.Read More
The Clearing is a collaborative artwork by artists Alex Hartley and Tom James. Together they are building a geodesic dome by the lake, an ‘eye-catcher’ for the 21st Century, where visitors can explore at first hand a future afflicted by climate change. Help us to bring this vision to life at Compton Verney ParkRead More