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Walker Art Gallery

William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EL, England
+44 151 478 4199
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William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EL, England
Central Liverpool
+44 151 478 4199
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Reviewed yesterday

Very good art gallery with plenty of famous paintings hanging. Really a must do if you are in Liverpool.

Thank Sandaw54
Reviewed 5 days ago

Set in a huge and impressive building, the city's collection is not super-impressive, with a few rare treasures, covers a lot of time periods. Very helpful volunteer staff.

Thank Thomas V
Reviewed 6 days ago

Nice to visit a gallery that is compact. Wonderful paintings very quiet when we were there. Staff friendly and helpful

Thank Jane W
Reviewed 1 week ago

Looking for a particular painting by George Frederic Watts. Knew the Walker had some in their collections so popped in to see if it was on display. Great help from a member of staff called Sheila who pointed me to the exact room where the...More

Thank Tony M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Enjoyed our little visit to the Walker Art Gallery. Beautiful building. There is a lift for those unable to manage the stairs. Loved the copies of the 'Elgin Marbles', I feel that the originals should be back in Athens but that is another story. A...More

Thank Julie B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The most fun and learning I've had in an art gallery. A fabulous, world class collection thoughtfully displayed, looked after by great staff.

Thank Lindsey C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

By the library & across road from St George’s Hall, is this big multi floor, multi room building with a multiple collection of arts. Founded by Irish man Andrew Walker, it opened in Sept 1877. The Pre-Raphaelites collection were nice. Our current Queen came here...More

Thank sportybirmingham
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

What a wonderful collection of art through the centuries. I could only pop in for half an hour but could have stayed there all day.

Thank Sue E
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Extraordinary collection with particularly important pre raphaelitemwork and all. For free! Well worth a visit if you're in Liverpool

Thank Katep67
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is one of the UK premier art galleries with a wonderful collection-we have visited the Hockney,Victoriana,and Pre Raphaelites in the past year The tours are informative. This is a must on any visit agenda if you love art.

Thank Paul T
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Can you use your pram in the galleries? I have an 8 month old and don't fancy carrying her? I was confused as there seems to be pram storage available.
11 July 2016|
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Response from NtlMuseumsLiverpool | Property representative |
Hello Sazliverpool12 You are very welcome to bring your pram through the galleries. Both floors are accessible via the lift. The only exception is when the Big Art for Little Artists gallery is particularly busy we ask... More