PLAN YOUR VISIT
Opening times 2023
The Rodd, Gallery, House and Gardens is open to visitors 30 March - 30 September 2023, Thursday - Saturday 11am - 4pm.
Please visit our What's on page for full details of our 2023 programme as they are announced.
Our office is open Monday to Friday from 9am til 5pm all year round.
Adult: £6 (£6.60 Gift Aid)
Concessions: £5 (£5.50 Gift Aid)
Under 16: Free
How to find us
The Sidney Nolan Trust is located on the England Wales border close to the small market town of Presteigne. Please follow 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
How to contact us
For general visitor enquries, please contact us by phone or email
01544 260 149
Parking and Arrival
Car parking is free and is located at the top of the main drive - please follow the signs 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.
Food and Drink
Our pop up Cafe serves good quality tea, coffee, soft drinks and a small selection of locally made cakes. Visitors are welcome to bring their own picnic to enjoy in our wonderful gardens and grounds.
We are a dog friendly attraction.
You will find lots of water bowls around the site and a lovely river walk.
We ask that you:
• keep them under control and on their lead at all times.
• clear up after your dog.
• ensure that you are respectful of other visitors who may not share your love for dogs.
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.