Nature in Art reopening weekend

Showcasing nature-inspired art from across the globe, Nature in Art Museum and Gallery is reopening this September.

By Zoe Gater  |  Published
See incredible artwork from global creators at Nature in Art, this September.
See incredible artwork from global creators at Nature in Art, this September.

Art lovers can get their fix as Nature in Art, the world’s first dedicated museum and gallery for artworks inspired by nature, is reopening its doors on Thursday 3 September 2020.

Housed in a grand Georgian mansion on the outskirts of Gloucester, Nature in Art is home to a diverse collection of art and artefacts by over more than 600 creators from all over the world. A whole host of inspiring pieces are waiting to be discovered, from oil and acrylic works to examples of sculpture and ceramics.

In light of the Coronavirus situation, the museum will be operating at reduced capacity, opening from Thursday to Saturday.

New social distancing measures include: separate entrances for the museum and coffee shop; one-way systems throughout the galleries; and traffic light controls for the main stairs.
A dedicated member of staff will also be on hand to welcome visitors, explain the new procedures and take temperatures.

Advance booking for the museum is essential – with coffee shop visits, picnic reservations and admissions to the walled sculpture garden also needing to be booked ahead.

For more information and to book tickets, visit


Nature in Art reopening weekend


Thursday 3 to Saturday 5 September 2020


From 10am to 4pm


Tickets cost £5.50 for adults and £5 for concessions and children aged 8 to sixteen. Children under 8 go free.


(01452) 731422

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