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Landscape, art and remembrance are beautifully blended together in this Grade I-listed building. Visitors are drawn to the bright red brick of this Arts & Crafts masterpiece. Up-close, the extraordinary design and decoration both fascinate and...more
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The Watt's Chapel is quite amazing , well worth a visit , do read about it's construction , a mix of Art Nouveau and Celtic Revival . The Mortuary Chapel in Gothic Revival style . Mary Watt's very original style . Her art and pottery...More
I have been here a number of times and the effect of walking into fairly ordinary building on the outside to an amazing interior is just stunning.
Close to Watts Gallery it must be visited if you are in the area.
Watts Chapel is just down the road from the Watts Gallery - home to many works from George Watts - lavish Victorian paintings and sculptures (with a great cafe and some fascinating art/gift shops. The chapel is the work of his wife Mary - clearly...More
This is an extraordinary place, and I think unique. The interior is beautifully decorated. Close by is the Artists' Village and various studios, a quite large tea room (and loo!) - but it is the Chapel which is the great draw.
Fantastic history to the building. The inside is beautiful and provides a great environment for peaceful contemplation. Aldus Huxley is buried in the cemetery. Just up for the road is the Watts Gallery and fantastic cafe!