Victoria Art Gallery
Located next to the famous Pulteney Bridge, the Victoria Art Gallery houses a collection of paintings, sculpture and decorative arts. It is known for its friendly atmosphere, an exciting and varied programme of exhibitions, and a stunning, free-to-visit, permanent collection from Turner and Gainsborough to the moderns.
The permanent collection occupies two rooms on the first floor, whilst the ground floor contains two temporary exhibition spaces which change every couple of months. Should you visit during an exhibition changeover, don't forget that the displays on the first floor remain open as normal.
Prices are for temporary exhibitions. The permanent collection is free to view.
Adult: £4.50 Per ticket
Student: £4 Per ticket
Senior: £4 Per ticket
Child (16 years and under): Free
- Wheelchair Access
- All groups welcome
- Family friendly
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Most Recent Traveller Reviews
4 Oct 2018: It's worth buying a ticket that gives entry to the Fashion Museum, this gallery and the Roman Baths. The Victoria Art Gallery was extremely interesting with its Kaffe Fasset exhibition holding centre...
2 Oct 2018: A small, but interesting gallery with works in the permanent exhibition from the 16th century up to today. Mainly painting, but also a large display of glassware.
The gallery is just opposite...
30 Sep 2018: Its worth a visit, not huge amounts of art to see. But currently got a paying exhibition Clifford and Rosemary Ellis. Advertising art, book covers, started the Bath Academy, which of course has links...