The art on display here is exceptional and there are some pretty big pieces. The only shame it's that the staff members don't do much to help out, and the children's activities seem a bit dated.
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Very well informed friendly staff when queried about the artefacts or any other query, very clear information about displayed items, lovely building I its own right, great café for lunch too, nothing to fault the Walker Art Gallery
A gallery which is well worth a visit. We made two visits in two days. The sculpture room is particularly interesting. The coffee's pretty good, too.
Wasn't expecting much when I came here as I hadn't visited an art gallery in such a long time, except the Liverpool Tate (which didn't impress at all). I loved this place! The paintings are grouped into eras. The modern art is really good (Tate...More
What ever your taste in Art, you carnnot help being blown away with at least one of the gallerys in there. From original old masters of the Kings and Queen of England to The Death of Nelson, to modern day. To me its the marble...More
It was too wet to photograph the beautiful and elegant arrangement of the poppies which were outside St Georges Hall,so we went into the Walker Art Gallery...What a treat.... If you haven't been, you are missing something wonderful (if you are an Art lover) i...More
Whatever your taste in art there is something for you to admire here.I visit here frequently and my advice is to visit one gallery have a coffee and leave as a more enlightened and enriched person.I find any longer spent here that it is so...More
It's a Roman temple , with a collection of art and beautiful things to see and experience. Right in the middle of this historic city, this building is so nice, it's just a nice experience to sit and admire the surroundings.
I have visited the Walker on many occasions. An amazing experience with a wide range of exhibits to suit most art tastes. Some very famous paintings here. 'When Did You last See your Father' and Death of Nelson amongst them. Also an amazing video art...More