Plan Your Visit

The Rodd is open to visitors every Friday - Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays 11 am to 4 pm.

Opening times

The Sidney Nolan Trust will reopen from 21 May

Friday: 11am - 4pm
Saturday: 11am - 4pm
Sunday: 11am - 4pm
Bank Holiday Mondays: 11am - 4pm

How to find us

The Sidney Nolan Trust is on the B4355 Presteigne to Kington road. Please use the main entrance signed 'Sidney Nolan Trust' and follow directions for car parking. We ask drivers to use extreme caution at all times when driving on Trust property as there may be pedestrians, wildlife, livestock and farm machinery using the driveways.

The Sidney Nolan Trust
The Rodd

Admission Prices to Galleries and House

  • Adult: £6 (£6.60 Gift Aid)
  • Concessions: £5 (£5.50 Gift Aid)
  • Student: £5
  • Under 16: Free
  • Carers: Free

You can enjoy our pop-up café without purchasing an entry ticket.

Gift Aid Admission includes a 10% voluntary donation. Gift Aid Admissions let us reclaim tax on the whole amount paid (an extra 25 per cent) which helps us increase public access to the arts further the appreciation of the work of Sir Sidney Nolan.

Parking and Arrival

Car parking is free and is located at the top of the main drive - please follow for car parking. There are parking spaces adjacent to the Gallery and Studio for people with limited mobility. If possible please advise us in advance so that we can ensure that access to these spaces is kept clear. On arrival please make your way to the Gallery for tickets.


The Gallery has level access into the building. There is a ramp inside to gain access to the level floor of the Gallery. Assistance is available for wheelchair users wishing to use the ramp. There are toilet facilities, including wheelchair-accessible facilities, at the Gallery. Rodd Court, unfortunately, does not have wheelchair access due to the age of the building.


We are a dog friendly attraction.
You will find lots of water bowls around the site and lovely walks in our woods.
We ask that you:
• avoid taking dogs indoors (assistance dogs are welcome in all areas).
• keep them under control and on their lead at all times.
• clear up any accidents.
• ensure that you are respectful of other visitors who may not share your love for dogs.

Staying safe

Due to the historic nature of our buildings and site, there may be uneven surfaces in some places, as well as livestock in our fields. Please observe the necessary safety measures whilst on site and close all gates behind you if out in the fields.

Things to do

  • What's on

    The Gallery and Rodd Court are open throughout the season showcasing changing exhibitions and artwork from our Nolan Collection. This year's exhibitions include Nolan à l’Atelier 17 & Simon Dorrell: Jackdaws for Company.

    Find out more

  • Rodd Wood

    Take a walk in our ancient woodland. Managed by coppicing for centuries, Rodd Wood is home to diverse flora, including wood anemone, enchanter's nightshade, sweet woodruff, primrose, bluebells, archangel, wild garlic, violets and early purple orchids. Open all year round for visitors to enjoy.

  • Fishing

    The Hindwell Brook is a wild trout stream that gently meanders in an easterly direction from its origins in the Radnor Forest to join the river Lugg just below Presteigne. With just over a kilometre of classic riffle, glide, pool sequences, the Hindwell offers some excellent trout fishing.

    Please book in advance

  • Refreshments

    This year, for the first time, we are delighted to offer tea, coffee, and cake from our pop up café. Visitors can enjoy refreshments in our gardens and grounds.

  • Artist Studio's

    Daniel MacCarthy is the Sidney Nolan Trust’s Resident Artist 2021. He will be working on-site in his studio throughout the season.

    Find out more about our Resident Artist Scheme and updates on Dan's residency here

  • Shop

    Located at the end of our gallery, we have a small retail offer, including key books about Sidney Nolan, postcards and greetings cards featuring his work.