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Putting the Art into Party

Celebrate your special event at the Palais this year. Three spacious interior spaces offer great flexibility for small and larger groups but retain that important party atmosphere, plus a stunning ‘Tuscan’ style courtyard.

We have all the catering and transport options you need for a daytime or evening event. If you would like entertainment or music options we can help you choose from a fantastic selection of local musicians and groups.

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D-Day Exhibition at Palais des Vaches celebrating the Wrens and women of the Second World War and the unveiling of the 80th Anniversary Hail and Farewell Sculpture

Images: Paul Close

THE contributions made by women during the Second World War have been celebrated with the unveiling of a sculpture on the banks of Beaulieu River at Exbury.

Ave Atque Vale, which means Hail and Farewell in Latin was officially unveiled in the grounds of Palais des Vaches Art Gallery to commemorate the 80th Anniversary of D-Day.

The riverside installation, was commissioned by the celebrated British photographer Alistair Morrison, as part of a nationwide Time to Connect project which links artists with beautiful venues across the UK. 

The sculpture can be viewed during open weekends from a nearby meadow area with stunning views over the Beaulieu River. Oyster Catchers have been observed close to the sculpture, so direct access will be restricted until after the nesting season.

Images: Paul Close

An exhibition celebrating Exbury’s Second World War history and the role that women played in the war will be mounted at The Palais des Vaches Art Gallery on:

15th and 16th June 

and 

22nd and 23rd June

The gallery will be open from 11am to 4pm and admission is free.