William Blake in Sussex: Visions of Albion
Celebrating Blake's three years in Sussex, the only place outside of London where he ever lived, this unique exhibition features over 50 loans from such prestigious collections as the British Museum, V&A and Tate.
- Booking essential
See examples of Blake's visionary works inspired by the Sussex coast and countryside, experienced while living in a cottage in Felpham "the sweetest spot on earth" where he saw "visions of Albion". The Exhibition, split across two buildings, includes an immersive exhibit in the mansion showing original drawings by the author and President of the Blake Society, Philip Pullman, made for the internationally acclaimed His Dark Materials books.
Event ticket prices
Adult £12.00National Trust Member
Adult £16.00Standard Admission
Adult £12.00The Arts Society Member
Adult £12.00National Art Pass
- Booking details
- Call 0344 249 1895
- Under 16's free exhibition entry (NAA) when accompanied by a paying adult
- Assistance dogs are welcome.
- What to bring and wear
- Conservation heating only in the mansion, we advise visitors to dress warmly.
- Disabled parking spaces. Accessible WC. Large print captions available. Transport from car park to mansion offered for less mobile visitors.
|20 March 2018||10:30 - 15:15||Available|
|21 March 2018||10:30 - 15:15||Available|
|22 March 2018||10:30 - 15:15||Available|
|23 March 2018||10:30 - 15:15||Available|
|24 March 2018||10:30 - 15:15||Available|
|25 March 2018||10:30 - 15:15||Available|