Compton Verney

This award-winning art gallery is located in a Grade 1 listed Robert Adam mansion set in 120 acres landscaped by Capability Brown.

View of Compton Verney

View of Compton Verney

The impressive permanent collections focus on six specific areas which are generally under-represented in other British museums and galleries: 16th-century Germanic art (including work by Cranach and Tilman Riemenschneider); 17th-century Neapolitan art; British portraiture, featuring Tudor royals and paintings by Sir Joshua Reynolds; Chinese bronzes; the largest collection of British folk art in the UK; and the work of 20th-century textile designer Enid Marx.

Compton Verney also has a lively programme of exhibitions, offering historical and contemporary shows. 

Visitor information

The extensive grounds are an informal sculpture park as well as somewhere to enjoy a picnic. You can even buy the ingredients for your picnic in the café – or stay in the restaurant for a sit-down meal.

Venue details

Compton Verney Compton Verney Warwickshire CV35 9HZ 01926 645500

Entry details

Collections and grounds: £3.65 with National Art Pass (standard entry £7.25)

Exhibition(s), collections and grounds: £6.80 with National Art Pass (standard entry £13.60)

Please note: no further reductions for concessions

19 Mar – 11 Dec
Tue – Sun, Bank Holiday Mon, 11am – 5pm (last entry 4.30pm and park closes at 6pm)