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Visiting the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden is a unique experience, discover more about this leading figure of modern British art. In 1949 Barbara Hepworth created a studio and sculpture garden in St Ives where she lived and worked for the rest of her life. Comprising over 30 works in wood, stone, plaster and bronze, the museum and garden gives a remarkable insight into one of Britain’s most important 20th century artists.
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Please note we are closed for essential maintenance 30 October – 26 Dec 2023.
Tate St Ives £8.25/£6.60 concessions (without donation £7.50 / £6)
Barbara Hepworth Museum £6.60/£5.50 concessions (without a donation £6/£5)
Combined ticket (for gallery and museum) £11/£8.80 concessions (without donation £10 / £8)
Concessions apply to 60 and overs, students over 18, visitors with disabilities and jobseekers.
Free entry applies to Tate Members and 18’s and under.
March — October
Daily 10am — 5.20pm (last admission 5pm)
November — February
Daily 10am — 4.20pm (last admission 4pm)