All of our Heritage buildings (Guildford Castle, Guildford House Gallery, Guildford Museum, the Guildhall and the Undercroft) are now closed until further notice to protect the health of our local community and our staff during the coronavirus outbreak. We look forward to welcoming you again once we can reopen.
Visiting Guildford House Gallery
Access information, opening times and how to find us.
For Guildford House access information, please read the guide in our Downloads section.
A Shopmobility scheme operates on Level 3 of Bedford Road car park. The scheme provides manual and powered wheelchairs and scooters for people who have problems walking around the town centre. You do not have to be registered disabled to use the scheme.
Monday - Saturday 10am-4.45pm
Last admission to the gallery is at 4.30pm.
Sunday (May-September) 11am-4pm
Sunday (May-September) 11am -4pm
How to find us
Guildford House Gallery's address is: 155 High Street, Guildford GU1 3AJ.
The Tourist Information Centre is at the front of the building so look out for the overhanging 'i' sign on the High Street. We are on the same side of the road as the Guildhall with its impressive overhanging clock, but further up the hill, opposite Sainsburys and next to NatWest bank.
For information on planning your journey by bus, coach or train please visit the National Traveline website.
Guildford has excellent rail links to central London and Portsmouth, including a non-stop service to London. Trains from Guildford terminate at Waterloo Station.
- National Rail 0845 748 4950 - local rate or visit station ticket offices and National Rail-appointed travel agents.
- National Rail Enquiries also offers Textphone (0845 60 50 600)
- Visit the National Rail website.
You can find information on local bus services from the Surrey County Council website (see our Links section).
If you need any further advice, please contact Guildford House Gallery and we will do everything we can to help.