Open on Sundays throughout July to coincide with Uckfield Festival and Art Trail 2014
Visit the Sussex home and garden of the Surrealists Lee Miller and Roland Penrose.
In 1949 Surrealists Lee Miller (photographer) and Roland Penrose (artist) moved to Farley Farm House in Sussex. The house soon became the meeting place of some of the key figures of modern art including Picasso, Man Ray, Max Ernst and Joan Miró. Their work is now displayed throughout the house giving visitors a fabulous insight into the lives and art of Miller, Penrose and their friends.
Farley Farm House Tours
The key rooms of the ground floor of this inspirational house are explored with a trained guide. The tour takes 50 minutes. Doors open at 10am and the first tour begins at 10.30am. Tours then run at half past the hour until 3.30pm.Tickets are available from reception on arrival, and cannot be booked in advance.
House Tour & Garden entry £9.00 per person. Age suitability 12yrs+ Garden entry only £2.00 per person Farley Farm Gallery Exhibition: Free