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Farleys House & Gallery

Muddles Green | Farley Farm, Chiddingly BN8 6HW, England
+44 1825 872691
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Very interesting

Have lived locally for years, but wasn't aware of this attraction. Have been a couple of times now... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Stepping into the surreal

Farleys House seems as filled with different layers of time as it is with art, found objects... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2017
Hazel R
London, United Kingdom
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Sussex home of Surrealist photographer Lee Miller and artist Roland Penrose. Lee Miller and Roland Penrose came to live at Farleys House in 1949 and for the thirty five 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. Farleys House and Gallery are open to the public on Sundays between April and October each year. Private group tours can be arranged for 12 - 45 people on Tuesday and Thursdays with advance booking. All visits to the house are by guided tour.
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Muddles Green | Farley Farm, Chiddingly BN8 6HW, England
+44 1825 872691
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Have lived locally for years, but wasn't aware of this attraction. Have been a couple of times now with friends great exhibition and also the enjoy coming for the Chiddingly art festival.

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Reviewed 17 October 2017

Farleys House seems as filled with different layers of time as it is with art, found objects, tribal figures and many other things collected by British surrealist Roland Penrose and his partner Lee Miller. There's a Picasso in every room, a cabinet of curiosities in...More

Thank Hazel R
Reviewed 6 October 2017

A very interesting place . Other reviews explain the context, so if one is really interested in the subject do go. If you are not, do go anyway because you will be converted.Excellent guides.In the shop, focus on the postcards to keep as souvenirs.

Thank david r
Reviewed 6 September 2017

As a graduate of art, I have always had a specialist interest in Surrealism. I am particularly passionate about the work of the female artists of the genre. Their work, in my opinion, holds its own in comparison to their better-known male counterparts. But it's...More

1  Thank Evangelina27
Reviewed 22 August 2017

The Lee Miller/Roland Penrose home of Surrealist art is glorious and is on a par with Charleston for interest. The tour was headed by a young woman who was faultless: enthusiastic, knowledgeable and nice. Meeting Anthony Penrose was a joy. We will revisit the Scottish...More

Thank Lynn B
Reviewed 14 August 2017

It was amazing to learn about Lee Miller and here incredible life as a model, artistic photographer and a war correspondant. It is unbelievable that there has not been a major motion picture made about here or a tv series.

Thank Gudbrandur S
Reviewed 4 August 2017 via mobile

I was brought here by a friend, who lives locally and had enjoyed the tour so much a couple of weeks earlier that she resolved to bring me so she could sample the tour all over again. My knowledge of Surrealism is largely focused on...More

Thank Caledonianne
Reviewed 24 July 2017

We knew about Lee Miller's photography but had not realised she had lived in Sussex and was married to Roland Penrose, a leading surrealist. The excellent guided tour (well worth the admission fee) introduced us to Lee and Roland's lives and was fascinating and poignant...More

Thank PVAP
Reviewed 5 June 2017

I first came across Lee Miller's name some years ago when watching a TV documentary about WW2 and learnt how she was attached to the US army as a war correspondent - extremely unusual for a woman at that time. Much later we were in...More

Thank Gordon2112
Reviewed 29 May 2017

We picked up a flyer for this gallery whilst in the Towner Gallery Eastbourne and thought it looked really interesting. And it was. We had a bit of trouble finding it mostly because my other half didn't bother to look it up and he hates...More

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15 March 2017|
Response from MRT53 | Reviewed this property |
Give them a ring to find out.
Jackie e
5 March 2016|
Response from Amy A | Reviewed this property |
No station very close, Jackie - I would recommend going to Lewes - good through trains from London Victoria, and it's a delightful small town in itself, lots to see (castle, Tudor houses, nice small shops, etc), well worth a... More