Opening Times

Thursday – Saturday 10am - 5pm
Free Admission


Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) welcomes families and visitors with disabilities.  For full details about our accessibility please view:

Visit England online accessibility guide 

For more details about accessibility, please visit our access page.




Getting Here

By Foot/Bike

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.

By Car

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 for up to date services to Honiton.

TRAIN - Honiton station is approx. 13 minute walk. BUS - Approx 5 minute walk from bus stops on the High Street.

TRIP community transport

TRIP provide a disabled accessible vehicle service serving the Honiton area. 

What Our Visitors Say

A lovely, light airy space with delightful exhibitions
Always so interesting and thought-provoking. We plan our holiday route to now include Honiton!
So pleased to see such a lovely community gallery
Ideal for incapacitated elderly folk, a lovely atmosphere and the space and light were perfect
An amazing space with a fabulous garden.

Creative Cabin Events

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    25 October 2021

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    12 November 2021

    Climate Conversations event to coincide with the opening of the exhibition: UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties - COP: a photo essay by Terry Jeavons. Positive information and ideas about you...