Winchester Discovery Centre (Winchester, Hampshire) Reviews
Description:Address: Jewry Street / Winchester SO23 8SB
Newest Review: ... Alice Kettle, it is entitled "Looking Forwards to the Past." It measures 16 metres by 3 metres and is a colourful work with a collage feel to it. I asked if photography was allowed in the centre and was told it was, other than in the gallery. I did take photographs of the hanging, but it is so wide that it was impossible for me to photograph the whole work. My friend noticed a pile ... more
Customer Winchester Discovery Centre (Winchester, Hampshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 05/04/12 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Situated on Jewry Street in the city centre, Winchester Discovery Centre houses a public library, gallery, exhibition area, gift shop and coffee shop. I was visiting a friend one day, and we stopped at a small Internet cafe opposite the centre for coffee. She told me that she had thought we could visit the centre, but she didn't recommend their coffee. I took a seat in the cafe facing the window, and I couldn't help but notice a large banner outside the centre advertising their current exhibition. Entitled "The Figure in the Landscape," it was an exhibition of modern British sculpture that included works by Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth. I was delighted at .. Read the complete review
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