Victoria Gallery & Museum

Verified Ashton St, Liverpool L69 3DR Location

Discover the captivating Victoria Gallery & Museum, located on Ashton St in Liverpool. This art gallery is a hidden gem, offering an array of exhibitions and a stunning building that will leave you in awe. Step inside and be transported into a world of art and history. One notable exhibition titled The Descendants showcases the stories of individuals with African heritage, shedding light on their experiences and perceptions of racism throughout history. The museum also houses a range of fascinating displays, including intricate silver engravings from the 19th-20th century and serene meditation rooms. Take a moment to relax in the cozy cafe, enjoying a cuppa and delicious homemade cakes. Victoria Gallery & Museum is truly a must-visit destination for art enthusiasts and history buffs alike. For more information, location details, and contact information, please visit their website.

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ℹ️ About

Name Victoria Gallery & Museum
City Liverpool
Phone +44 151 794 2348

🙋‍♂️ Frequently asked questions about Victoria Gallery & Museum

What is the contact phone number for the Art gallery?

The contact phone number for Victoria Gallery & Museum is +44 151 794 2348

What are today's opening hours?

Today Saturday, the opening hours for Victoria Gallery & Museum are 10 am–5 pm and it is currently closed. Here are the opening hours for the entire week.

What is the street where Victoria Gallery & Museum is located?

This Art gallery is located at Ashton St, Liverpool L69 3DR.

What services does this Art gallery offer?

Art gallery, Museum, Tourist attraction, University

Is it open on Saturdays?

It's opened on Saturdays from 10 am–5 pm.

Is it open on Sundays?

It's closed on Sundays.

🕓 Opening Hours

Today, Saturday, December 02, 2023, the opening hours for the Art gallery are 10 am–5 pm

Monday Closed
Tuesday 10 am–5 pm
Wednesday 10 am–5 pm
Thursday 10 am–5 pm
Friday 10 am–5 pm
Saturday 10 am–5 pm
Sunday Closed

👍👎 Reviews

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Lovely architecture, definitely best & most affordable hot chocolate in Liverpool (big cups!)

Taida B

4 months ago

Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More

Terri Heldt

4 months ago

Stunning building, amazing staff, Great little cafe with great coffee and amazing cakes.....

Jim the repair man

5 months ago

Great exhibition titled "The Descendants," which features people of African descent - many of whom have roots in the city going back many generations. The oral testimonials on the big television screen were an added bonus. Listening to such individuals giving insight into their experiences and perceptions of racism demonstrates that racism continues in this city in covert (and overt) ways. Ray Costello is correct that the Windrush arrival does not mark the black presence on these shores as people of African descent have been in Britain since the Roman era.

Ama Biney

6 months ago

Small museum, quite interesting. I really liked the engraving of silver on the dishes of the 19th-20th century, the incredible beauty of the work. There are various expositions, a meditation room - a bright room with visualization of the sky accompanied by calm sounds of nature, paintings, a rather cozy cafe.

Leonard Bull

7 months ago

Truly one of Liverpool's less well visited gems. Apart from the excellent gallery collections, the architecture is stunning. Don't miss it!

Alan Stanway

7 months ago

Beautiful museum prices are affordable for anyone!

Chloe Campbell

7 months ago

Lovely oasis of calm in beautiful surroundings to enjoy a cuppa and cake.

Jo-Ann Marshall

9 months ago

I like visiting museums and historical places so since I was visiting Liverpool I had to drop by to see the artwork. To begin with, the building looks stunning! I found this museum interesting and the artwork was incredible. A lovely cozy café past the entrance and very helpful knowledgeable staff. Overall a nice place to visit in Liverpool.

ammara javaid

9 months ago

Love the gallery and christmas lunch complete with choir

Neil Spruce

11 months ago

I recommend to visit


11 months ago

Went to an art tour here. Can't quite remember the artist name but she was lovely amd her art work was amazing, not only did she encapsulate her childhood I'm her art work, she also paid homege to many other things like the downside of dubai, Liverpool slave trade, etc.Also, as an disabled person, the artist was quite accomadating, offered me a magnifying glass and a portable stool to sit and move along with the tour, had a sensory room (which was my favourite part) and described smaller details on her artwork that I couldn't see/makeout.

Dee Joell

11 months ago

I took my son to a craft opening afternoon that they have on monthly and it was just amazing!! So much for the children to do, lots of crafts, games, activities and animals to hold. All the staff are so friendly and helpful and the food is amazing and all home cooked ????. Highly recommended!!

Katie Edwards

1 years and 0 months ago

Small museum, quite interesting. I really liked the engraving of silver on the dishes of the 19th-20th century, the incredible beauty of the work. There are various expositions, a meditation room - a bright room with visualization of the sky accompanied by calm sounds of nature, paintings, a rather cozy cafe.

Agnes Fawn

1 years and 3 months ago

Superb breakfast. Beautiful building

philip greer

1 years and 3 months ago

Probably the most beautiful gallery in town! The art is great too.

Graham Smillie

1 years and 4 months ago

Great tour of the Jamaica exhibition with a superb presentation by the curator.

Gwyn Edwards

1 years and 4 months ago

Interesting things to see

Tsegaab Daniel

1 years and 4 months ago

It's such a cool building, and the cafe, staff and exhibits are fab!

Naomi Foster

1 years and 4 months ago

5???? Hidden little gem, beautiful architecture inside and out. Great cafe to relax and take in your surroundings. Loved the Burne-Jones charcoals and the Jamaican Exhibit. Beautiful porcelain and china exhibit too. Thank you to the welcoming and knowledgeable staff, great couple of hours chill out.

Helen Clarke

1 years and 4 months ago

Absolutely beautiful, full of lovely objects and the staff made us feel very welcome. There's a cafe and they show children's films on Saturday mornings. The victorian tiling around the building makes it feel very similar to the V & A in London. ????


1 years and 4 months ago

Nice little museum and gallery which I haven't been aware of whilst living at Liverpool. I enjoyed the various arts shown and had a nice drink at the café too.


1 years and 4 months ago

My daughter and I are back home ,after a trip down memory lane .The V and A museum is always a pleasure to visit and yesterday we were greeted by lovely 'smiling' Kate, (in reception)who gave us all the help and information we needed: The Cunard exhibition was great!!!We also enjoyed a "feast" of sandwiches, tea and cake in the cafeteria.... second to none!!!Superb , friendly and efficient service .Thank you .

Lesley Hurt

3 months ago

Nice art, different type compared to most museums, but unfortunately most exhibits were closed when I visited. Friendly staff.

Lennert Onkelinx

3 months ago

The Grade II listed building, designed by Alfred Waterhouse, has been a central part of university life for over a century. As a celebration of Liverpool's year as European Capital of Culture in 2008, the building was carefully renovated and transformed into a public venue for all to enjoy. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes … More

Meha .A

3 months ago

Great cafe and service. Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Stephen Norbury

1 months ago

Beautiful Victorian building in the University Quarter with some jaw dropping architectural features. Crammed with art of all types - ceramics, paintings and sculpture to be found on lots of small rooms and passageways. Free entry. Superb! Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Ganu Gasperoo

1 months ago

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