Visit the

Harley Gallery

Art exhibitions at The Harley Gallery show work from leading contemporary artists and makers and change quarterly.

You might see amazing jewel-like glass, much-loved children’s book illustrations, or monumental sculptures.

Exhibitions are shown over two gallery spaces and are accompanied by a display which explores the life and art of the Victorian 5th Duke of Portland, and our gallery shop.

The gallery shop is known for its exceptional range of work from contemporary craftspeople – including collector’s favourites such as Julie Arkell, Adam Frew, and Kyra Cane.

If you’re visiting with your family, there’s always something to do with the kids. Head to the creative space for an activity inspired by the exhibition – and come back soon as activities change regularly.

The gallery is breastfeeding friendly. Baby changing facilities are available next door in the museum.

Opening Times

Open Tuesday – Saturday
10am – 5pm
Open Sunday
10am – 4pm
Closed Mondays

Free Entry + Free Parking

See the Café’s opening hours here.

Find Us

The Courtyard at Welbeck,
A60 Mansfield Road
S80 3LW

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Getting Here


Getting Here

Visit by car

Our entrance is on the A60, 5 miles south of Worksop – look out for the brown signs for Welbeck.

Public transport

Arriving by train? We suggest:

  • Mainline Trains (LNER) to Retford. Then for ease, book a taxi for onward travel. Try Hinchcliffe Taxis of Retford. Call 01777 702 049 to book.
  • East Midland Trains to Creswell. Creswell is on the Robin Hood Line and runs a service between Nottingham and Worksop. From Creswell Station, there is a 2 mile (45 minutes) walk through Creswell Crags’ picturesque limestone gorge. See the route in Google Maps here.


Our building is wheelchair accessible.

The Harley Gallery is on two levels. There is a lift to the upper level. Our accessible toilets are downstairs.

There are 12 blue badge car parking spaces in the main car park.