Darl-e and the Bear

Woodstock, United Kingdom


  • 17 Market Street
  • Woodstock
  • England
  • OX20 1SU
  • United Kingdom

Regular hours

10:00 – 16:30
10:00 – 16:30
10:30 – 16:30
10:00 – 16:30
10:00 – 16:30

Travel Information

Bus: Regular bus service from both stations and Oxford city (S3, S2)
Train: Nearest Stations are Oxford Parkway and Oxford

Our company ethos is to strive to wander from the path of ‘manufactured’ living, promoting a sense of wellbeing and being conscious of our environmental footprint. We believe in creating a relaxing, calm, beautiful and ever changing inviting space to showcase our artists and craftspeople. We are rather eclectic, believing different is good and should be championed

Our unique 3 gallery spaces are housed in two restored Georgian buildings in the heart of historic Woodstock
near Oxford and the home of Blenheim Palace.

Number 17 is situated on Market Street and houses an ever-changing array of art from local, international and emerging artists. Our new shop area includes items from small makers and craftspeople of ethical and useable pieces for the home.

Number 43 is accessed through our walled garden, The Garden Room and Station Gallery have recently undergone an extensive renovation project and now offer a wide variety of engaging special events including talks, seminars, workshops and screenings alongside a dynamic exhibition programme. These are available to hire together or separately for exhibitions and private functions. 

We are committed to help our chosen charities, Polar Bears International, WWF, Elephant Aid International and LadyFreethinker and continuously increase our efforts to improve our environmental awareness and in those that produce work for us. Within our spaces we only use only environmentally friendly packaging, compostable and recycled materials.

Darl-e and the Bear wishes to support artists and makers wanting to show innovative, challenging work and is run by an artist for artists.


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