Stanley Picker was a noted collector of contemporary art during the 1960s–70s. He lived in the Kingston area and had a private gallery in the garden to exhibit his collection. This hidden gem is now solely owned by the Stanley Picker Trust, and only open on a limited number of days to prearranged groups. Two visiting times are available, and numbers are limited to 12 on each. When you book please give the gallery your name, address and email/phone number. The gallery’s visits co-ordinator will contact you when you have booked with detailed joining information.
No cameras are allowed and soft shoes must be worn to protect the wooden flooring.
Meet: At the house
Car: Parking is limited to six cars on site, and it must be booked at the time of reservation. Spaces available on a first come first served basis
Trains: There are stations but you will need a taxi to get to the site
Buses: stop fairly near the site, but there will be a walk
Access: There is no wheelchair access. House is built on side of a steep hill