Coach trips are organised throughout the year to galleries, museums, country houses and other places of interest. Members have travelled to the Dulwich Picture Gallery, Strawberry Hill House, Barrington Court, and enjoyed a back-stage tour at the Royal Opera House. London and Oxford are regular destinations.
Non-members are always welcome on coach trips at an extra cost of £2 per person. Coach trips start from, and return to, the Bradford on Avon Station Car Park with no pick-ups along the way.
We always welcome suggestions for future outings.
For more information about and to request a booking form for any of our trips please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Oxford is such a compact city, with so much to offer visitors, that it’s not surprising it is always a very popular visit for the Arts Association. Our arrival and departure point is the famous Ashmolean museum and art gallery which is ideally situated for the city centre and in easy walking distance of numerous places of interest.Find out more »
Book by date: 9 April (Booking opens for non-members of Arts Association 17 December) Exbury's beautiful woodland garden covers 200 acres and is a jewel in the heart of the New Forest National Park. Created by Lionel de Rothschild in 1919, it is a spectacular garden offering natural beauty and horticultural variety on the edge of the Beaulieu River. This amazing garden offers a delight of rhododendrons, azaleas, bluebells and wisteria especially in the months of Spring. The popular Exbury…Find out more »
Photograph: “Swingbridge” at Quenington Old Rectory, © Oliver Dixon Quenington Fresh Air is a biennial festival showing sculpture and other works of art by contemporary artists in the beautiful Old Rectory Garden of David and Lucy Abel-Smith in the Cotswold village of Quenington, near Fairford. This is a prestigious event and offers a wonderful chance to appreciate the skills of living artist craftsmen and women. You can look up details on Google. There is an opportunity for 25 people to…Find out more »