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Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum

Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum -

Address

Foregate Street
City Art gallery & Museum
Worcester
WR1 1DT

Contact

Tel : +44 01905 25371

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Housed in a beautiful Victorian building, Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum runs a lively programme of exhibitions, activities and events for all the family. Explore the fascinating historic display including a 20th century chemist shop or drop in to see the contemporary art exhibitions.

Browse in our shop which has an extensive range of cards and gifts or choose that special gift from our craft case which showcases a wide range of arts and crafts from local markets.

Relax in the tranquil setting of the Balcony Cafe or visit the Children's Activity Space. The gallery runs a host of workshops for children throughout the year especially school holidays.

Visit the Worcestershire Soldier Galleries dedicated to telling the story of the Worcestershire Regiment and the Worcestershire Yeomanry Cavalry.

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British Museum partnership celebrated at Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum

A fantastic programme for 2017 has been unveiled at Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum.

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posted 18/01/2017 11:27:32

Jeremy Deller: The Battle of Orgreave, at Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum

Jeremy Deller: The Battle of Orgreave, at Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum, brings an important and challenging work to Worcester by one of the most significant artists of this generation. The exhibition runs from 17 September until 26 November 2016.

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posted 29/09/2016 09:23:20

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Directions


By Road

Follow signs to the city centre then to Foregate Street Railway Station. The Art Gallery and Museum is 150 metres up from the station.

The nearest car parks are in Taylors Lane and at Pitchcroft Race Course. Parking for Blue Badge Holders is situated on Sansome Walk.

By Public Transport

The gallery is 150m from Worcester Foregate Street Railway Station and the bus stop for the Park and Ride scheme. First Midland Red buses also stop on Foregate Street.

Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum - The activity space in Worcester City Museum - Dressing up in the museum - Visitor at This Green Earth exhibition -
Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum - The activity space in Worcester City Museum - Dressing up in the museum - Visitor at This Green Earth exhibition -

Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum facilities include:

  • Groups accepted
  • Max group size
  • Café/restaurant
  • Toilets

Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum accessibility includes:

  • Ramp/level access
  • Toilets for disabled visitors
  • All areas accessible to disabled visitors
  • Facilities for hearing impaired visitors
  • Service dogs permitted (eg guide dogs)

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