Bruton is a small ancient town in South Somerset situated in the Brue Valley. Although there have been many changes, the town retains it's charm and character and is steeped in history. The River Brue flows through the middle and provides a pleasant walk for townspeople and visitors alike. Bruton has many interesting and historical buildings including the medieval Packhorse Bridge, St Mary's Church, Sexey's Hospital and the Dovecote. With the recent opening of the much publicised Hauser & Wirth Gallery, Bruton has become a favourite attraction to lovers of art. The gallery also has a very groovy café - The Roth Bar & Grill, serving delicious food throughout the day. Bruton is also home to the highly acclaimed At the Chapel restaurant. Bruton also offers a small selection of antique shops.

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Hauser & Wirth Gallery

A recently opened gallery and multi purpose arts centre with interesting contemporary works and architecture. Set in a beautiful Somerset landscape designed by Piet Oudolf.