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Ferens Art Gallery re-opened to the public on Friday 13 January 2017 following its £5.1m refurbishment, celebrating the start of Hull's year as UK City of Culture. Opened in 1927, the award winning Ferens Art Gallery combines internationally...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
| Queen Victoria Square, Kingston-upon-Hull HU1 3RA, England
All reviews turner prize francis bacon ron mueck old masters on display royal collection well worth a visit free entry closed for refurbishment nice cafe uk city of culture city centre couple of hours visiting hull rembrandt spencer loan
I love the Ferens but I do wish I could love the staff there. The gallery has a wonderful collection, as well as loan items from the most prestigious collections, currently van Dyck's triple portrait of King Charles I on loan from the Royal Collection....More
Make sure you visit this gallery to refresh your senses and stimulate the mind. Always something of interest to see, touch or hear. So convenient and easy to find, and it is free! There is no excuse for not popping in but give yourself enough...More
Came here on Friday the 13th July mostly to take My Sister to see the Clangers Display.
Have not been here for years and forgot what a great place this is to visit, would recommend a visit for those that are either Art lovers or...More
Arrived bang on 4.00pm today for a very quick walk round the gallery (knowing it shuts in 30 mins time) only to be told by a man on the door I could not go in and have a look round despite the fact it was...More
This proved more interesting than anticipated. Should have started in Gallary numbers which takes you through the different periods to the present day. Good to see both well and lesser known artists as well as local artists. Recommend a visit
If your in hull and want a bite to eat try the art gallery. The cafe has an array of food sandwhices, jacket potatoes , cakes etc . We had tea and cakes which we enjoyed . There was a feeding chair for your little...More
Response from Cameron H | Reviewed this property |
With the Ferens Gallery being run by the local council very little input is being made about information for such a great places. You can only get the basic facts such as opening times and a very brief statement about... More
With the Ferens Gallery being run by the local council very little input is being made about information for such a great places. You can only get the basic facts such as opening times and a very brief statement about exhibitions which is unfortunate on the council website. The best thing to do is either call the gallery, however the best (may resort to the only option) is to just go to the gallery and hope for the best.
Sorry can’t give you better information but that’s how it is with council run galleries and museums