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Walker Art Gallery
Walker Art Gallery

Walker Art Gallery

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Free admission
William Brown Street, Liverpool, L3 8EL

The Basics

Noted for its neoclassical facade and entrance sculptures, the Walker Art Gallery is a popular stop on cycling tours that provide an overview of the city. For those who want a closer look at the rich interior, flexible hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus tours allow the opportunity to explore at your own pace. Visitors can also opt to combine a visit with a cruise along the Mersey, or a journey to the Liverpool Cathedral’s bell tower.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Featuring one of the largest collections in England, the gallery is a must-visit for art aficionados.

  • The gallery is popular with all age ranges, with a space specifically curated for those under 8. It also offers pram storage and a breastfeeding-friendly atmosphere.

  • For those with limited time, take advantage of the combined tours to see the gallery, along with other top city attractions.

  • The gallery is wheelchair accessible and an autism-friendly space. It offers accessible toilets and large-print guides/menus.

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How to Get There

The Walker Art Gallery is situated centrally, just a few minutes’ walk north of Lime Street Station, and northeast of Queen Square bus station, on William Brown Street. Due to traffic congestion and expensive parking in the city center, visitors traveling by road often opt for a tour that includes a convenient hop-on hop-off service.

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When to Get There

The gallery opens daily year-round, except Christmas and New Year bank holidays. Morning is the optimal time for a tranquil stroll through the collection, before the lunchtime crowds arrive. Weekends in the city center are often lively, while midweek brings a quieter vibe.

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Discover the Cultural Quarter

Walker Art Gallery is situated on William Brown Street, protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its uniquely high concentration of public, listed buildings. Gain further insight into the city’s culture with a visit to neighboring landmarks, including St. John’s Gardens, St. George’s Hall, and the Liverpool Empire Theatre.

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