Flora Twort Gallery

Flora Twort Gallery
Church Path Studio
21 The Square
GU32 3HS




Education information


Exhibitions information



01730 260756

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Petersfield Museum's Flora Twort Gallery houses artwork by local artist, Flora Twort, and the Bedales Historic Costume Collection.

Venue Type:

Gallery, Historic house or home

Opening hours

Tues - Sat
10:00 - 16:00

The Gallery is closed December - Start of March

Admission charges

Adults - £2 for Museum OR Gallery
- £3 for Museum AND Gallery
- £5 for a yearly pass (for both venues)

Children are FREE


  • International Council of Museums
  • Museums Association
Getting there

The Flora Twort Gallery is situated along the Church Path (to the right of St Peter’s Church from the Market Square).

Additional info

There is no level access to the building so the collections are available through a loans service. Please contact the education and outreach officer.

This gallery houses the collection of Flora Tworts artwork and items from the Bedales Historic Costume Collection.
We also have a community exhibition gallery that is available for hire and showcases local artists.

Collection details

Fine Art, Costume and Textiles

Key artists and exhibits

  • Flora Twort
  • Costume
Events details are listed below. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all. For events that don't have a specific date see the 'Resources' tab above.
A building on 'The Spain', Petersfield

Buildings of Petersfield

  • 21 May 2015 7-8:30pm

Local Historian David Jeffery will lead this talk examining the buildings of the town – when they were built and the important role many played in the development of the town. It will explore the buildings we see today as well as the ones that are no longer there. David will talk about his favourite and find out more about your favourite place within Petersfield.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children


Petersfield Physic Garden
High Street
GU32 3JJ

Additional info

Refreshments will be provided


£5 for adults.



illustration showing first world war fashion

Fashion in Wartime

  • 18 June 2015 6:30-8pm

Costume designer, Lindsey Holmes, will lead this talk about the huge changes that happened to fashion between 1900 and the 1950s. Discover how two wars changed the way we dress forever. Exploring changes in both men’s and women’s dress, this talk will pay special attention to the First World War, as this year marks 100 years since the start of the Great War. There will be a chance to see and handle original and replica garments from across this period. Refreshments will be provided.

Suitable for

  • 18+
  • Not suitable for children


Physic Garden Petersfield
16 High Street
GU32 3JJ


Tickets are £5 (£4 to Museum members) and are available for purchase at the Flora Twort Gallery.



Resources listed here may include websites, bookable tours and workshops, books, loan boxes and more. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all.
A group of students studying a map.



Workshops and guided visits are available for schools and community groups who would like to visit the gallery.
We also have an outreach service and loans boxes relatd to the collection.
We have an active events programme of family workshops and adult education talks.

How to obtain

Call our education and outreach officer on 01730260756 or e-mail education@petersfieldmuseum.co.uk for more information and prices.

Hants Regiment postcard from soldier from Liss

When the War' s Over


A fantastic new learning resource on the social media site tumblr for anybody interested in the study of Petersfield during the First World War. It contains images of local people, places and events, extracts from memoirs, and oral history recordings.


  • Petersfield Museum

Getting there

The Flora Twort Gallery is situated along the Church Path (to the right of St Peter’s Church from the Market Square).