Bruton Gallery 1
Bruton Gallery 2
Bruton Gallery August 2022

Located in a former converted warehouse in West End, Bruton, the second Nadia Waterfield Fine Art gallery opened in 2019 and houses an exciting collection of contemporary art work from both established and new artists from around the UK and abroad.

A great deal of time and effort is spent sourcing exciting and original artists so visitors to the gallery can expect an ever-changing portfolio of artwork across a variety of media and genres which is constantly updated so there’s always something to intrigue.

Surrounded by the rolling Somerset countryside, this charming old market town has acquired something of reputation as a hub of creativity and cool in the South West. With its proliferation of art galleries, antique shops, vintage clothing and hip restaurants it seemed the logical home for our second gallery.

West End,
Cole Road,
Bruton, Somerset
BA10 0BQ


  • Cabbages and Roses
  • The Cabbages & Roses flagship store adjoins our gallery. Beautiful clothing and homewares

  • Bruton Dovecote
  • The Bruton Dovecoat is a Grade II listed building and scheduled monument. Built between the 15th and 17th Century, it was once used as a dovecote, but may have been a watch tower or prospect tower prior to that. Its a pleasant walk to the Dovecote from the town with only a slight hill to contend with!

  • King Alfreds Tower
  • King Alfred’s tower is a Grade I listed building on the Stourhead Estate. Built in 1760s to commemorate the end of the Seven Years war against France, it was erected near the site of Egbert’s stone where it is believed that Alfred the Great rallied his army in 878 before the battle of Edington. The tower was damaged by a plane in 1944 and restored in the 1980s. The 49 metre high has a hollow centre and can be climbed by means of a helical staircase.

  • Godminster Shop
  • Award winning organic cheddar cheese gifts and hampers.

  • The Newt in Somerset
  • This working estate has wonderful gardens and woodlands, great restaurants sourced from the estate’s organic produce and has recently opened a Roman Villa experience which sits over the exposed foundations of an original villa dating back to 351AD.


  • The Old Chapel