Why not make your trip to our showroom in Faringdon into a day trip. There are exciting things to do, houses and churches to visit, walks to explore and history to investigate with many places to sit down and get a nice cuppa and something to eat.
The 17th century town hall is a sight to behold surrounded by Georgian- fronted inns and shops in a quaint market place. A quintessentially English market town, the streets around the market place are filled with independent shops, where you can buy good local produce and interesting gifts.
Lord Berners who owned Faringdon House was a skilled artist, writer and musician and very eccentric. Around the town and up at the Faringdon Folly it is possible to see some of the things he added to Faringdon designed to make you smile. As you walk around the centre of Faringdon look up at the buildings and you will find funny signs. More information on the Faringdon Fun Trail can be found out about this at the Tourist information Centre in the market square
Just a few minutes walk from the Piano Gallery is a charming woodland with quirky sculptures for you to find. The woodlands are always open, but to climb the tower I’m afraid is only possible on the 1st and 3rd Sunday between April and October. Although sometimes they opened it up for special events – see www.faringdon.org for more details.