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Oudolf Field

A remarkably-designed landscape and art museum.

  • 4.5

  • from 896 Google reviews

A sculpture sitting on top of a rock
A sculpture sitting on top of a rock

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Oudolf Field by Herry Lawford. CC BY 2.0

About the garden

The landscape of Oudolf Field at Hauser & Wirth is a remarkable testament to the garden design skills of Piet Oudolf - a master of the craft who hails from the Netherlands. He has brought his flowing, epic and naturalistic style to this large site with a perennial meadow which is situated behind the art gallery - the centrepiece of the site. The resulting impression is spectacular, with a garden that changes dramatically through the seasons and softens the hard landscaping of its surroundings.

Free to enter, visitors will also enjoy the contemporary art on display in the Radić Pavilion, which was designed by a Chilean architect and brings extra glamour to this corner of the Somerset countryside. The building was initially unveilled at the Serpentine Gallery, before being installed here in Bruton.

Opening times

From Tuesday 13 April 2021 Tuesday - Sunday 10AM - 5PM

Useful details

Garden area

1.5 Acres

Dog walking

No - Guide dogs only.

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating.


Yes - Children of all ages.

Bicycle storage

Yes - Yes - You can lock up your bike.

Wheelchair access

Mostly accessible (many paths flat and paved).


Yes - There is a gift shop.

Wheelchair hire

Wheelchairs are available for hire. Yes - enquire at Front Desk

Somerset, BA100NL

Check local coronavirus guidance before you visit

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Find the garden

Oudolf Field
Sat Nav Postcode
BA10 0NL
Public Transport
Yes - 7 minutes’ walk from Bruton train station via footpath.
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Google reviews

  • 4.5

  • from 896 Google reviews

Arron Nicholson

8 months ago


If you're not arty (which I'm not) you might find this place a bit pretentious but you'd be wrong. It's a free art gallery (albeit not massive) with a lovely garden out the back. The restaurant is pretty good but the farm shop is worth visiting on it's own. Not cheap but given the meat's coming off their own farm (durslade) it's mega fresh, very tasty and good value.

Julie McCaughey

2 weeks ago


Sunday lunch ❤ and so lucky to drop on an open house/farm day. Families, artisans, art lovers etc. Lovely lunch, farm shop, gardens, their own wines, lovely cider. Fabulous music kiddy face painting, just a great family day out. (Check what's on) we were lucky. A HENRY MOOR EXHIBITION TOO !!! (Until September) What to say but WOW!

Will Orr

a month ago


Wonderful gallery that always has an interesting rotation of exhibits. Staff are always friendly and knowledgeable. The gardens are simply stunning and well worth the trip on their own.

Yvonne Overell

a week ago


Great gallery spaces and garden but smaller than it seemed on the internet. Henry Moore exhibition on when we visited and very impressed. Good farm shop. Did not go in restaurant as way too busy even mid week and far too expensive.

Brian Connolly

2 weeks ago


Wonderful place to explore. Excellent exhibition, colourful gardens and top quality cafe bar. Worth a visit all year round to see the changes during the seasons.

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