Walker Art Gallery
Natural history, science and technology are the themes of the oldest museum in town, which opened in 1853 and whose exhibits range from...
St George's Hall
Arguably Liverpool's most impressive building is the Grade I–listed St George's Hall, a magnificent example of neoclassical architecture...
National Conservation Centre
Ever wonder how art actually gets restored? Find out at this terrific conservation centre, housed in a converted railway goods depot....
Good spot to see midsize bands on tour.
A traditional pub given an elegant, contemporary makeover so as to serve as the appropriate setting for the excellent cuisine – a...
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Walker Art Gallery information
The city's foremost art gallery is the national gallery for northern England, housing an outstanding collection of art from the 14th to the 21st centuries. Its strong suits are pre-Raphaelite art, modern British art and sculpture – not to mention the rotating exhibits of contemporary expression. It's a family-friendly place, too: the ground-floor Big Art for Little People gallery is designed for under-eights and features interactive exhibits and games that will (hopefully) result in a life-long love affair with art.