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Victorian symbolist George Frederic Watts, who first opened this purpose-built museum dedicated to his work in 1904. Refurbished in 2011, it’s a gem of a gallery that contains a permanent display of 100 paintings by Watts as well as temporary exhibition spaces and a shop. While you’re there, stroll round the corner to the Watts Chapel, the fantastically ornate arts and crafts building which Mary Watts had built in memory of her husband. In fact the whole outing can be done as an easy seven-mile walk from Wanborough to Godalming across the North Downs Ridge (www.walkingclub.org.uk).
|Transport:||Rail: Guildford rail, then bus 46|
|Price:||£7.50; students £3.50; under 16s free; Tuesdays all tickets £3.75|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun, bank holidays 11am-5pm|
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