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OPENING TIMES: The gallery will open Monday - Saturday, 10am - 4pm. Please click on this link to find out more about our normal opening times going forwards, and any dates where we will be closed.
 

About

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The Whitehouse Gallery is a contemporary art & craft gallery based in the historic artist town of Kirkcudbright, South West Scotland.

Opened in 2004, The Whitehouse Gallery has firmly established itself as a leading art gallery in the region, with a nationwide reputation for exhibiting top quality Fine Art and Craft from Scotland and the UK.

A brand new feature for 2016, the gallery is now over two levels. The downstairs space is light and airy, with a friendly and inviting atmosphere. There is access from within the gallery leading upstairs to three rooms, each filled with paintings, sculpture, ceramics, furniture and much more. The upstairs level offers a contrast to the main gallery space, presenting art in a more homely setting.

The Whitehouse Gallery has between 5-6 mixed exhibitions over the year, combining up-and-coming talents with some of the leading artists and makers in the country.

Besides paintings, The Whitehouse Gallery also exhibits sculpture, ceramics, wood & furniture, jewellery, glass, baskets, silver & metalwork, artist prints, artist books, cards and more.

Gallery Opening Hours

Normal Opening Hours:

Monday to Saturday:  Open 10am – 4pm

Sunday: Closed

Winter Opening Times (November to February)

Tuesday to Saturday: Open 10am – 4pm

Sunday & Monday: Closed

Please note that the gallery always closes for a few weeks in January.

We also close to hang exhibitions up to five times a year, so please check our blog or social media sites for up to date information before planning a visit.

Wheelchair access

There is a small step up to the gallery, but a small ramp is available upon request. Gallery staff are always available to help anybody gain access with wheelchairs.

Once inside, the downstairs gallery is wheelchair friendly. We are afraid there is no access to the upper level.