Opening Hours

Kettle’s Yard House and Gallery will be re-opening from 14 August 2020. You can keep up to date with the latest information here.

House, galleries, café and shop: Friday – Sunday 11am – 5pm

Free, timed entry tickets to the House and galleries will be available online from 5 August.

Last entry to the House is at 4.20pm

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Welcome to Kettle's Yard

Book tickets for 14-16 August

Kettle’s Yard House and galleries will be re-opening on Friday 14 August. You need to book a free, timed ticket in advance of your visit.

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Keep safe

Find out more about what we're doing to make your visit to Kettle's Yard safe.

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Admission is free, but we need your support more than ever so please consider donating.

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Shop & Café

The shop and café will re-open on Friday 14 August. You will not need to book tickets to visit but may be asked to queue during busy periods.

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Stay Connected

It's your last chance to catch the Kettle's Yard Webcam, as we will be taking it down next week ahead of our re-opening on the 14th. We hope you have enjoyed having the opportunity to look into the House as much as we have during lockdown. 💕🌿

Today we’re sharing a time lapse of the pebble spiral in the downstairs cottages. We love watching the light dance over the pebbles. ✨

We are pleased to share the latest instalment in our series 'Tangier Days', where we take a closer look at the years Jim and Helen Ede spent living in Tangier. Part 5, 'Finding Whitestone'. Image: Elisabeth (Helen & Jim's eldest daughter) on the garden steps at Whitestone, late 1930s.

"Linder invokes the spirit of Helen Ede in multi-sensory takeover of Kettle's Yard." - Wallpaper* Tickets are available for 14 – 16 August to visit our current exhibition 'Linderism' in our gallery spaces. Linderism explores the diverse range of Linder’s practice. It explores Linder as performance artist, zine-maker, musician, documentary-photographer, collaborator, muse, guru, medium and body-builder. 🌹

A quiet glimpse into Helen Ede's bathroom ✨ #kettlesyard #interiors #museumfromhome

➡️ Swipe to get a closer look at Henri Gaudier-Brzeska’s stone sculpture ‘Horace Brodzky Mask’ (1913), which can be seen in the left hand corner. Horace Brodzky was an Australian-born painter. Gaudier made several portraits of Brodzky, including paintings, sculpture and sketches. #museumfromhome #henrigaudierbrzeska #kettlesyard #stonesculpture