A remarkably-designed landscape and art museum.
About Oudolf Field
The landscape at Oudolf Field 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.
Toilets, Toilets with Wheelchair Access, Cafe/Restaurant - Outdoor Seating, Cafe/Restaurant - Indoor Seating, Car Park (Free), Gift Shop, Art Gallery
Winter: Winter Garden
Spring: Perennial Borders
Summer: Perennial Borders, Wildflower Meadow
Autumn: Autumn Colour
Year-Round: Pool/Pond, Sculpture Garden
Additional features: Radic Pavilion
Tickets & Discounts
Day ticket prices: Free: Welcome donations to local charities Hauser & Wirth Somerset support
Good to Know
Dog Walking: No - Guide dogs only.
Family Friendly: Yes - Children of all ages.
Wheelchair & Pushchair Access: Mostly accessible (many paths flat and paved).
Wheelchair Hire: Yes - enquire at Front Desk.
Bicycle Storage: Yes - You can lock up your bike.
Public Transport: Yes - 7 minutes’ walk from Bruton train station via footpath.
Postcode for SatNavs: The garden recommends using BA10 0NL.
Last Entry: Same as 'Closing Time'.
Size of Site: 1.5 Acres.
Profile Information: Last updated by Oudolf Field in 2021.