Exhibitions near you

Virtual reality, outdoor pieces that complement their surroundings, and a hands-on exhibition that even younger family members will want to see.

Father and son visiting Thresholds

Step into a virtual world with Mat Collishaw's Thresholds

Visit Thresholds this autumn and encounter an exhibition like never before, stepping back in time to one of the earliest exhibitions of photography in 1839. Tickets available today at visitor reception.

Antony Gibbs, the Victorian owner of Tyntesfield

Passions & Possessions exhibition at Tyntesfield 

It's your last chance to visit our award-winning exhibition of over a hundred fascinating objects, each revealing the passions and possessions of Tyntesfield's Victorian owner, Antony Gibbs. On display in the house until the end of October 2017.

Sculpture in the garden at The Courts

Form and Fascination at The Courts

An outdoor sculpture exhibition featuring a collection of individual and intriguing works by artists Fiona Campbell and Ian Turnock, set amid the glorious autumn colours of the Courts Garden.

The musical playground is waiting to be explored

Sounding The Wood at Prior Park 

Immerse yourself in the natural chirping, twittering and rustling sounds of the garden, before you discover a pop up musical playground, a space to play, create and listen.

James Power Clutterbuck at Gallipoli

Intriguing exhibitions at Newark Park 

In 2017 you can see a range of local exhibitions in Newark House, exhibiting the beauty and history of the Cotswolds, as well as an exhibition on the last heir of Newark Park who died during WWI.