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The award-winning Harley Gallery offers changing displays of contemporary craft and visual art alongside historical exhibitions focusing on members of the Cavendish family at Welbeck. The Gallery Shop sells work by over 200 leading craftspeople and...more
I go there quite often if I have friends over. The exhibits are interesting and they change some of them from time to time. The food in the cafe is lovely and there's also the garden centre next door where one can take children to...More
Visited the Harley Gallery and the neighbouring Portland Collection with my mother having not read up about it. My word, what an exceptional place. The highlight for me was the collection itself. Incredible artwork painted for and/or collected by the Dukes of Portland - Stubbs,...More
I was very disappointed by the service and quality today. I went with my family in a group of 10. The male waiter slapped the other waitress inappropriately, he was unprofessional and unfriendly. When I was served my tea it was presented in a clearly...More
Popped in on my way to Worksop and wished I had longer to spend there. Amazing exhibition which changes regularly. The Farm Shop should be included in the visit and take a cold bag to buy the beef and other goodies.
This collection of art and artefacts from the Duke of Portland's family which is housed in the modern building only opened in 2014, is an amazing one and well worth going to see. There is an amazing collection of art, jewellery, coronation robes and even...More
Recently dropped into the ceramics exhibition
Pleasantly surprised at just how good it was
Great farm shop next door plus very good cafe.
Avoid the cafe in the adjacent garden centre it was overpriced and the food awful
although there wasnt much to my taste, others in my group were very impressed,They are the more artistic ones. unfortunatly one part of the gallery was being changed over so no entry allowed.generall y well laid out and a good mix.
Credit to the aristocratic owners of this Estate and this collection to build a building to house it and then to put it on display to the public without charge. The Portland collection is simply a superb collection of items reflecting the history of this...More