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Update 9 April 2021

We are continuing to maintain measures to ensure safety for our visitors, including a limited capacity, one-way systems and social distancing measures. Please check the latest government guidance before booking a ticket and help us all to stay safe.

We are thrilled to have announced our continued phased reopening in line with the government roadmap, and welcome visitors back to appreciate and enjoy a remarkable world-class art collection in an exceptional landscape. 

Firstly, the shop at the YSP Centre will reopen from 12 April, displaying a stunning collection of ceramic tiles and prints as part of Alison Milner’s new exhibition, Decorative Minimalist, inspired by YSP.  

From 27 April, the shop and the outdoor area of The Weston Restaurant will reopen. The indoor restaurant will later open on 18 May, complete with a revamped menu. Bookings at The Weston Restaurant will be taken from 12 April.

The Weston Gallery reopens its doors on 18 May, with a special exhibition of extremely rare lithographs and etchings by Joan Miró.

The Underground Gallery will reopen on 17 May, showcasing this year’s headline exhibition, Beyond by Joana Vasconcelos, which has now been extended until January 2022.

Several other indoor galleries will reopen shortly after: Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women since 1945, a major survey of female sculptors from the Arts Council Collection from post-war to the present day, opens at Longside Gallery on 29 May. Meanwhile, the Chapel will open its doors from 10 July with the towering and intricate porcelain sculpture 399 Days by Rachel Kneebone. 

The YSP Centre coffee shop and the café at the Learning Building will remain open for takeaway food and drink only, and the café at the YSP Centre will reopen with indoor seating on 21 June. 

Thank you for your continued support. We hope you all remain safe and well.