About us

Situated just outside London, Albion Barn and Fields is a contemporary art exhibition space and sculpture park set within 50 acres of Oxfordshire countryside.

Designed by Cristina Seilern architects, the gallery opened in 2014 with a major exhibition of works by James Turrell. Recent and forthcoming exhibitions include Douglas Gordon, James Capper, Constantin Brâncusi & Magdalene Odondo, Richard Woods, Nick Knight, and John Virtue.

Albion Fields opened in 2021. Parts of the grounds have been rewilded – restored to their natural, uncultivated state. The grounds provide unique installation sites for artworks, spanning from open vistas to secluded woodland areas and positions beside a natural pond. The monumental and discreet artworks are showcased in harmony with the flora and fauna, the diversity of which is as integral to the ecosystem as much as the experience. View our press here.

Contact Albion Barn

Opening Hours
Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm

info@albionbarn.com

Book an appointment

Please get in touch to book an appointment here.

Address

Albion Barn
Church Hill
Little Milton
Oxford OX44 7QB

How to get there

Little Milton is situated a short drive from the M40. It is easily accessible from London and other major cities. The gallery is off the main road the runs through the village. Parking is available to visitors arriving by car. The nearest train station is Haddenham and Thame Parkway, from which a short taxi ride can easily be taken to complete the journey to the gallery.