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
11 Aug 2018: Lovely building near Pultney Bridge. Look out for the decorated ceiling on the first floor. Interesting selection of pictures. Good bronze of the inventor of Plasticine, who was a local teacher.
10 Aug 2018: A small, thankfully air-conditioned museum. Free entry to the main rooms which were full of interesting exhibits and it was cool and pleasant to visit on a hot August day. Extra to visit the Kaffe...
6 Aug 2018: Visited to view the Kaffe Fassett exhibition, it was amazing, fabolous colours and designs. A great pairing with the ceramic work, also excellent use of colour and great artistry with creative and...