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Walker Art Gallery is a beautiful building housing a stunning collection of art. The galleries hold paintings from the 13th century to the present day: you can see work by Rembrandt, Hockney, Holbein, Turner, Lowry, Rossetti, Millais and Freud to...more
All reviews pre raphaelite john moores the ground floor well worth a visit on display special exhibition great collection beautiful building couple of hours free entry few hours visiting liverpool sculptures rembrandt painters rossetti medieval
I love this gallery. It's pretty big and completely free. It has paintings, drawings, modern art, sculptures and a mixture of other objects. Sure, I don't love every bit in there, but they have so many different things that I think everyone will find at...More
I really liked looking around the Walker Art Gallery (even though it was a quick visit). The statues are truly magnificent and I found it amazing to see such ancient relics. I would recommend visiting this gallery if you are an art fan or if...More
The gallery covers a wide range of dates from old to new so you are likely to find a period of painting that interests you. It also houses some well known pictures that are always interesting to see in the flesh rather than in books.
I stumbled across this spot whilst just wandering, and I am so glad I did. It really is a remarkable collection of art and well worth some time. I only had an hour before closing, so I focussed mostly on the mediaeval and Renaissance art,...More
I have visited Walker every year for many years with my partner on my partners
birthday ( July). It is allways a very nice place to be, the staff are very friendly and helpful, and the John Moores Painting competition exhibition is always brilliant and...More
I thought this gallery was ok. I’m not big into art but do enjoy modern art. Most of their works was more 18th and 19th century, however they had a few modern pieces in their temporary gallery. There was also sculptures and there is a...More
Response from NtlMuseumsLiverpool | Property representative |
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
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 families to park their buggies in the cloakroom to avoid congestion in thegallery itself.