Summer : 29 Mar to 4 Nov 2018
10.30am – 5.30pm Daily.
Winter : 8 Nov 2018 to 31 March 2019
Thurs – Sun only
11.00am – 4.30pm
Open Boxing Day and New Year’s Day
Closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
Concessions (Seniors, Students) £4
Free entry for Carers, Art Fund,
Friends of the Gallery, Accompanied
Last entry 30 minutes before closing
Cookham is in Berkshire, 4 miles from Maidenhead, 30 miles from London and 19 miles from Reading.
The address is High Street, Cookham, Berkshire, SL6 9SJ, United Kingdom
There is a small car park near the Gallery and other car parking around the village. The Cookham branch railway line connects at Maidenhead to the Reading/Paddington line. The Gallery is a level ten minute walk from the station.
Parking and Transport
Free on street parking only ( 2 hour limit)
Free car park close by has several spaces
Maidenhead railway station within 5 miles
Cookham railway station within walking
Bus stop close by
Lift to first floor
All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors
Guide Dogs Permitted
There are public toilets in the car park
around the corner which have
Groups – booking in advance Mondays to Fridays
Minimum for guided visits = 10 people.
Maximum = 40 people
Groups larger than 20 will be divided into two smaller
groups with separate entry times.
Gallery Talk = £8 per person
Guided Walk = £8 per person
Talk & Walk = £10 per person
Includes entry fee – no further concessions apply.
Special opening by appointment at extra charge.
Major Credit Cards taken
Air conditioning throughout
All weather attraction
Guided tours by arrangement
Open on bank holidays
Printed Material in Foreign Languages
Special Opening for Groups by Arrangement
The Gallery has no cafe or toilets but
there are several pubs, cafes and
restaurants in the High St
Knowledgeable custodians are on hand in the Gallery to answer your questions and we have an accessible library and archive. You can just drop in on your visit to Cookham, no booking is required, we also cater for groups, but the Gallery is quite small and so larger groups may need to split up. There are also lots of tea rooms, pubs and restaurants close by. There is parking in the High Street and there is a small car park round the corner from the Gallery, there is no charge for this.
Group bookings can be arranged for parties of between 10 and 40 people for a gallery talk and a guided walk. The walk takes in many parts of the village where Spencer set his paintings. For group bookings please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Gallery has disabled access and a lift up to the first floor, so there is no problem for wheelchairs. There is parking on the High Street with a few disabled slots. If you would like assistance with your visit please contact us email@example.com. You can download a .pdf of the Disabled Access facilities that we have for visitors. A carer or supporter for a disabled person can visit the Gallery free of charge.
There is also a self-guided walk pamphlet available to buy at the gallery.
We are grateful to the following for the financial support they have given us :
– The Friends of Stanley Spencer. (for more info click on “Friends” in the main menu)
– The Baylis Trust, which is associated with the Maidenhead Advertiser. (www.whytheadvertiserispecial.co.uk)