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Lilleshall Hall

International Watercolour Masters

Lilleshall Hall Newport TF10 9AT


International Watercolour Masters 2024 – the world’s elite watercolour Masters- from more than 35 countries- return to Shropshire for an eclectic exhibition at historic Lilleshall Hall TF10 9AT Shropshire in May 2024. More than 50 Masters will exhibit in the 150 painting show, there will be 2 or 3 live demonstrations every day in the main Arena – included in ticket price. Masters will also lead workshops – separate booking via the IWM2024 Web.

The IWM2024 Festival will be a huge attraction for Shropshire with visitors from all over the world. IWM2024 will be a feast for the eyes and inspiration for the soul ! Woodland walks, Italian Gardens, Cafes and restaurant, free parking, disabled access, and all facilities for a great day out.

IWM2024 May 15 to May 24 10am to 4.00pm daily.

Advance booking – admission by advance ticket only from ; IWM2024


  • Baby changing facilities
  • Bar/Licensed
  • Central Heating
  • Contactless Check-in
  • Free on site parking
  • Free Wifi
  • Garden
  • Group visits available
  • On site parking
  • Disabled Access
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Entrance flat/ without steps
  • Guide Dogs Permitted
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