Williamson Art Gallery & Museum
Slatey Rd, Oxton, Birkenhead, Prenton CH43 4UE, UK
About Williamson Art Gallery & Museum
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum stands at the core of the Wirral Museums Service, offering fourteen gallery spaces that regularly host changing exhibitions of national and local significance. It also houses one of the best art collections in the North West of England in its beautifully proportioned galleries. The gallery also hosts regular exhibitions that can include work by nationally and internationally renowned artists. There are regular musical concerts and the gallery is also a venue for
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