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Walker Art Gallery

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Walker Art Gallery is an excellent day out. As well as a stunning collection of paintings from the 13th century to the present, we also have a sculpture gallery, a craft and design gallery, and a space specially designed for children. And it is all FREE!

On your left as you enter is Big Art for Little Artists - a gallery specially designed for children up to 8 years of age. On your right is the sculpture gallery. Towards the back of the ground floor space is the entrance to the craft and design gallery.

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There are several galleries on the first floor. They cover art from the 13th century to the present day, from Old Masters to Pre-Raphaelite artists. You can see work by Rembrandt, Hockney, Holbein, Waterhouse, Poussin, Turner, Lowry, Rossetti, Lord Leighton, Rubens, Sickert, Hogarth, Reynolds, Gainsborough, Stubbs, Millais, Nash and Freud to name but a few.
Open 10am-5pm daily.

FREE ADMISSION to the gallery and all exhibitions and events.

Getting Here:

The Walker is in Liverpool city centre, close to the entrance to the Queensway Tunnel and Lime Street Station. There is limited pay and display parking just down the hill from the Walker on William Brown Street. The nearest car park is at Queen Square.

The Walker is a short walk from Liverpool Lime Street station - Liverpool's mainline train station.

The Walker is within walking distance of the bus stations at Queen Square and the Paradise Street Interchange.

Contact Details:

Address:
Walker Art Gallery
William Brown Street
Liverpool

L3 8EL
Telephone: 0151 478 4199