The gallery was closed but we had a leisurely stroll around the garden designed by Piet Oudolf.
Eye benches in black granite by Louise Bourgeois.
The we went into Bruton town and visited the museum. From its windows there is a lovely view of the ancient dovecote on the hill. The building probably began life as part of the Augustinian Abbey until the dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII. Pigeonholes were put into the building in the 18th century and the birds were a valuable source of eggs, meat and manure.
A lovely, tranquil place.
It was a good day out.