Modern Artists Gallery

Contemporary Art Gallery, Specialising in Painting Sculpture, Ceramics & Prints by Professional Artists and Emerging Practice. Children friendly and walkers welcome.

Venue Type:

Gallery

Opening hours

Monday: Closed or by appointment - phone first
Tuesday: 10am - 5:30pm
Wednesday: 10am - 5:30pm
Thursday: 10.am - 5:30pm
Friday: 10.am - 5pm
Saturday: 9:30 - 4pm
Sunday by appointment

Admission charges

Free

Getting there

Modern Artists Gallery is located between Reading and Oxford in the village of Whitchurch on Thames on the Oxfordshire and Berkshire borders.

We are approximately 12 miles (cross country) from Henley on Thames - famous for the Henley Royal Regatta and Henley Festival.. And approx. 16 miles from Oxford and 8 miles from Reading.

Train Travel:

Pangbourne Station is on the mainline between London Paddington and Oxford, with trains running every 30 minutes.

Modern Artists Gallery is a short and picturesque walk from the station:

Walk into Pangbourne and at 1st mini roundabout turn left opposite The Elephant Hotel.

At the 2nd mini round about turn left at The George Hotel and

continue under the railway bridge and over the Toll Bridge into Whitchurch on Thames.

Continue up the High Street, past The Ferry Boat and The Greyhound Inn on the right, until you come to the Gallery on the left, opposite Hardwick Road

Train times:Find a train online

Live departure board for Pangbourne station


Taxi services:

Pangbourne Taxi Service 01491 671979 http://www.pangbournetaxis.co.uk/

Reading 5 Star Cars: 0118 9505050 http://www.5starcar.co.uk/

Approaching by car:

Satnav postcode: RG8 7EX (this could stop in Pangbourne so add full address)

From M4, Junction 12

Take 1st exit, following signs for A4 towards Theale and Newbury

Straight over the 2nd roundabout

At 3rd roundabout take 3rd exit following the A340 for Pangbourne.

At Pangbourne left at the George Hotel over the toll bridge pay 60p into Whitchurch on Thames.


Free street parking is available outside the gallery.

Additional info

Street level ground floor has wheel chair access.

Getting there

Modern Artists Gallery is located between Reading and Oxford in the village of Whitchurch on Thames on the Oxfordshire and Berkshire borders.

We are approximately 12 miles (cross country) from Henley on Thames - famous for the Henley Royal Regatta and Henley Festival.. And approx. 16 miles from Oxford and 8 miles from Reading.

Train Travel:

Pangbourne Station is on the mainline between London Paddington and Oxford, with trains running every 30 minutes.

Modern Artists Gallery is a short and picturesque walk from the station:

Walk into Pangbourne and at 1st mini roundabout turn left opposite The Elephant Hotel.

At the 2nd mini round about turn left at The George Hotel and

continue under the railway bridge and over the Toll Bridge into Whitchurch on Thames.

Continue up the High Street, past The Ferry Boat and The Greyhound Inn on the right, until you come to the Gallery on the left, opposite Hardwick Road

Train times:Find a train online

Live departure board for Pangbourne station


Taxi services:

Pangbourne Taxi Service 01491 671979 http://www.pangbournetaxis.co.uk/

Reading 5 Star Cars: 0118 9505050 http://www.5starcar.co.uk/

Approaching by car:

Satnav postcode: RG8 7EX (this could stop in Pangbourne so add full address)

From M4, Junction 12

Take 1st exit, following signs for A4 towards Theale and Newbury

Straight over the 2nd roundabout

At 3rd roundabout take 3rd exit following the A340 for Pangbourne.

At Pangbourne left at the George Hotel over the toll bridge pay 60p into Whitchurch on Thames.


Free street parking is available outside the gallery.

Modern Artists Gallery
High Street
Whitchurch on Thames, Nr. Pangbourne
Berkshire
RG8 7EX
England

Website

www.modernartistsgallery.com

E-mail

info@modernartistsgallery.com

Telephone

0118 9845893

All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. Please remember to double check opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit.
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