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After visiting The Tate we took a short walk to this museum and garden which was included in the ticket price.
Several sculptures are housed inside the small house where Barbara lived and worked. There is also a small exhibition in the house detailing her...More
We didn’t have long, but I’d bought myself a combined ticket from the Tate and the kids get in free, so I didn’t want to miss out. It’s smaller than I’d realised, so perfect for a short visit. If we’d had more time, we’d have...More
The house and garden that formally Belonged to Barbara Hepworth is only a short but very steep walk from the Tate St Ives.
The beautiful space in which to Slade you worked must’ve inspired a lot of her work. The garden is full of llarge...More
Having never heard of Barbara Hepworth before we went to St Ives (you won’t be the same when you leave) we spent an enjoyable afternoon in the museum and garden. One of the best smaller museums we have visited.
If you love modern art and the work of Barbara Hepworth then you just have to visit the museum, which was actually her studio. I’ve been several times over the years and will visit it again many more times.
Knew little about Ms Hepworth and now I know a bit more. Visited as part of a combined ticket with The Tate. The house, once her home and studio are lovely and there are many of her pieces to be viewed close up. Outside I...More
This is a very small scale museum - the entrance hall has photos and documents about BH, and the garden has a goodly number of her works and is a lovely peaceful spot. I'd be surprised if you spent more than 45 minutes there. Still,...More
Excellent if you are an art person or just have an interest in Barbara Hepworth. Worth the visit. Loved the house which is now a museum; the garden is lovely. Smaller than I expected, but plenty to see. Take your time and enjoy the beauty.
I come here every time we visit St Ives. I love Barbara Hepworth’s work anyway but the museum is a real treat charting her life in photos and newspaper articles. You get a real sense of her life working here in St Ives - it’s...More