How to find us
Train: The nearest train station is Chingford, mainline 20 minutes from London Liverpool Street We are right opposite the station
Car: Yup loads of parking with cafes restaurants and superb dog walks all on our doorstep. We are in the heart of Tudor forests and nature is abundant... Who would have thought it and so close to London
Plane: Sorry we do not have a runway nearby!!... But watch this space!
Better by bike: Bike is great... However, we do not recommend you strapping the artwork to your back. Might not make for a safe journey home.
Arthouse Gallery Delivers Art Nearly Everywhere... So shop Online With Confidence That wherever You Are We Can Get That Special Piece Of Art To You. Call us now for sales and enquiries... we don't mind which! we are real people and we are a real gallery on the high street if you want us to make a fuss of you, we will, we don't give you the silent treatment. So please get in touch, this could be the start of a wonderful friendship.
Call Us Right Here;- 020 8529 4406
114 STATION ROAD
E MAIL;- firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Opening Times
Monday (Closed) but you can call for sales and enquiries 10-5pm
Tuesday- 10-4 pm
Wednesday 10- 4 pm
Thursday -Closed by appointment only but you can call us to place an order or for enquiries 10-5pm
Sunday (Closed) but you can call us to place an order or enquire 10-4pm
We are friendly and approachable and encourage customers to speak to us about anything that they may need to from prices and stock updates to delivery times.
Please let us know if you are looking for a specific piece of art by a particular artist that you do not see on our website. Arthouse Gallery will do our very best to help.
Arthouse Gallery is situated right by historical Epping Forest. Where Queen Elizabeth I would come and hunt deer and her hunting lodge which is open to the public is a few minutes walk from the gallery. We are also directly opposite Chingford mainline station which is just 15 minutes from Liverpool Street station, surrounded by cafes, restaurants and historical walks. Arthouse Gallery has it all