The former home of Lee Miller and Sir Roland Penrose is open every Sunday from 1 April to 28 October 2018.
Tucked away in the Sussex countryside Farleys conjures up an extraordinary atmosphere that testifies to its position as a meeting place for some of the key personalities in twentieth-century art.
Lee Miller and Roland Penrose came to live in Farleys House in 1949 and for the 35 years that followed they built up a collection of contemporary art treasures, many of which were created by their friends and visitors including Pablo Picasso, Man Ray, Max Ernst, Leonora Carrington and Joan Miro. The work of these and numerous others are exhibited in the house alongside those of Penrose and Miller giving the visitor a fascinating look into the world of the Surrealists.
Visiting Farleys House & Gallery
Today the collection is managed by the Penrose family as a privately run archive & museum.
Each Sunday (April - October) the House, Sculpture Garden & Gallery open at 10am and 50 minute guided tours of the house run at half past the hour from 10.30am to 3.30pm.
Tickets are available from reception on arrival only as there is no advanced booking.
House Tour £12.50 per person, suitable for 12yrs+
Sculpture garden £2.50 per person
Group tour bookings
Tours can be arranged for groups of 12-45 people on Tuesday and Thursday mornings or afternoons. Advance booking for group tours is essential.
call:++44 (0)1825 872856