Join

Limnerslease and the Watts Gallery

House and art gallery dedicated to the work of the Victorian-era painter and sculptor George Frederic Watts.

Down Lane, Compton, Surrey, GU3 1DQ

Limnerslease historic house

Experience this house

Weddings

Capacity
  • 25-50
  • Under 25
Venue Types
  • House rooms
Visit the house's website
for the latest information.

Watts Gallery is the perfect venue to host your civil ceremony or wedding reception. Whether you are planning an intimate ceremony or a large event, our experienced team will work with you to create the perfect day.

Take your vows in the stunning Grade II* listed gallery, followed by a drinks reception surrounded by magnificent works of art. Dine in the historic galleries or in a marquee on the lawn, with this beautiful Victorian building as your backdrop.

Enjoy exclusive use of the gallery for the day. Watts Gallery can close to the public only a few times each year. Reduced rates available on Mondays. See our Weddings Brochure for details.

Julian Bounds

cateringandvenuehire@wattsgallery.org.uk

01483813590

Visit the house's website
for the latest information.
Limnerslease wedding at Watts Gallery

Become a Historic Houses member

Explore the nation’s heritage from just £59 per year.

Hundreds of the most beautiful historic houses, castles, and gardens across Britain offer our members free entry.

Receive a quarterly magazine exploring the architecture, collections, and family histories of our grandest and oldest homes, and get an insight into what it takes to keep them standing today.

Enjoy monthly online lectures about the houses and their extraordinary history, presented by experts including house owners, curators and guest lecturers.

Join now
Limnerslease historic house

Sign up for our free bulletin

Are you interested in the stories locked away inside Britain’s Historic Houses? Every Friday, we publish a free newsletter detailing news, stories and details from our member houses. From the stained glass windows of Knebworth House to the armoury of Bamburgh Castle, whether you’re a member or just interested, subscribe here and explore the treasures of Britain’s Historic Houses.

Name*