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Wallsworth Hall

Nature in Art is the world’s first museum dedicated exclusively to fine, decorative and applied art inspired by nature

The growing collection is housed in a fine Georgian mansion dating from the mid 1700’s. Displays are changed regularly and have a vibrant programme of temporary exhibitions supported by an unrivalled programme of artists in residence. International in scope, appeal and stature, Nature in Art is a must for all those interested in world-class art, nature and heritage

The museum has twice been specially commended in the National Heritage Museum of the Year Awards.  The museum is set in lovely gardens and a beautiful setting and  free parking and a beautiful setting.

Opening Times: Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm and Bank Holiday Mondays. 
Closed December 24th - 26th and Mondays

Disabled facilities: Individuals and groups with disabilities are welcome There is ramped access for wheelchair users. Inside there is a lift and level or ramped access to the garden, art studios etc and wheelchair users toilets. Please note that the lift may not be able to accommodate some wheelchairs and the toilets may not be suitable for all wheelchair users. We are addressing this situation at the moment. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require information before you visit. The museum has two wheelchairs for free loan to visitors who might need them (booking in advance is recommended). Guide dogs for the blind and deaf are welcome. With prior notice the museum is pleased to make extra tactile exhibits available for visitors with visual impairment.

Nature in Art is 2 miles north of Gloucester on the main A38. It is marked by brown tourism signs.
Tewkesbury and Cheltenham are within easy reach (approx. 7 miles).
Nearest train station:  - Gloucester (10 min by taxi)  Nearest bus station: - Gloucester (10 min). Take bus No 71.