Visit / Accessibility
Tuesday – Saturday 10am - 5pm
Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) welcomes families and visitors with disabilities. For full details about our accessibility please view:
Access for young families
Baby changing facilities, wide access and lift to upper floor for pushchairs. We can offer a quiet area for breastfeeding and feeding bottles can be warmed on request.
Access for the elderly
The gallery staff and volunteers have ongoing Dementia Friendly training and are part of Honiton Dementia Action Alliance. Wheelchair available and wide access.
Assistance dogs are welcome and water bowl is available at the gallery entrance.
If you have any concerns about access or have particular requirements/medical needs, please contact us ( 01404 45006 / email@example.com ) and we will do our very best to help.
For further details about accessibility, please view the THG Access statement.
Honiton's High Street it is a short 5 minute walk. From the High Street, turn right into Dowell Street and take the first turning on the right. THG is immediately to your left. Bike racks to left of gallery.
Lace Walk car park pay & display and disabled parking bay in front of the gallery.
By Public Transport
THG is easily accessible by bus and rail. Contact www.journeydevon.info for up to date services to Honiton.
TRAIN - Honiton railway station is approx. 13 minute walk. BUS - buses stop on the High Street opposite Boots Chemists. It is approx. 5 minute walk to the gallery.
TRIP community transport
TRIP provide a disabled accessible vehicle service serving the Honiton area. The Honiton & District Ring & Ride is a fully accessible door to door bus service for wheel chair users covering the town and surrounding areas.
What Our Visitors Say
As ever always a lovely, light airy space with delightful exhibits
So pleased to see such a lovely community gallery
Always so interesting and thought-provoking. We plan our holiday route to now include Honiton!
An amazing space with a fabulous garden. I will be visiting more often! Thanks!
Ideal for incapacitated elderly folk, a lovely atmosphere and the space and light were perfect
Lovely gallery with wonderfully enthusiastic staff