Victoria Art Gallery
Victoria Art Gallery plans to reopen to visitors on 18th May 2021, subject to Government restrictions. Please check directly on their website and/or social media channels for the latest updates and booking information.
Please note: the Gallery will be closed on Mondays, with the exception of Bank Holiday Mondays.
Victoria Art Gallery is Bath’s public art museum and home to a richly diverse collection of paintings, sculpture and decorative arts. Included in the many items in its care are an original Tudor portrait of Henry VIII in the style of Holbein and works by Thomas Gainsborough, Thomas Barker, Gillian Ayres, Walter Sickert, Paul Klee and Grayson Perry.
Victoria Art Gallery reopens with the return of celebrated British painter Kurt Jackson. His major exhibition, Biodiversity, focuses on the natural world and features new works of art highlighting Jackson’s passion for the environment. The exhibition is also currently on display online via their website, allowing art-lovers to browse and purchase artworks from the show.
If you have visited the Gallery before, you may notice some procedures are slightly different to make your time a safe and enjoyable one. Please see their website for how to book and visiting information.