Laing Art Gallery located at New Bridge St W, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 8AG, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0191 278 1611

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Gerhard Scully

5 Google Rating

Really interesting gallery. The ground floor is dedicated to local artists and manufacturers and is

5/ 5

Really interesting gallery. The ground floor is dedicated to local artists and manufacturers and is a fascinating look at unknown (to me) painters. The portrait gallery is grouped by theme and the main gallery has some great pictures, Holman Hunt, Burne Jones and a fantastic Martin - "the Bard". Some of the hang is inspired - Gauguin over a Constable? Perfect as a contrast of two pastoral scenes. Add the very welcoming lady at the front desk and my visit was perfect.

Joe Burns

4 Google Rating

It's a regional art gallery so not full of masterpieces. However, a great collection all the same an

4/ 5

It's a regional art gallery so not full of masterpieces. However, a great collection all the same and well worth visiting. There is the obligatory cafe which had some great food and good coffee.

David King

5 Google Rating

I've visited the gallery several times with my little one (toddler). Fantastic playroom that we both

5/ 5

I've visited the gallery several times with my little one (toddler). Fantastic playroom that we both enjoy - books, dress up, trains, toys, tea set etc. We've also been to Little Artists here which is fab - directed painting and art discussions (as well as biscuits!!). Highly recommended

DAVID ALLOTT

5 Google Rating

A pleasure to visit this very well appointed gallery where works of a large range are displayed very

5/ 5

A pleasure to visit this very well appointed gallery where works of a large range are displayed very sensitively with excellent information. Very handy to visit in city centre.

Stephen G

5 Google Rating

Top quality exhibitions. Watercolours from the Royal collection- not really my thing - & the Laings

5/ 5

Top quality exhibitions. Watercolours from the Royal collection- not really my thing - & the Laings own. Excellent permanent displays too. Do not miss Chris Killip's time travel photos from the days of big ships building on the Tyne.

Lorraine Turnbull

4 Google Rating

Lovely helpful staff. Children's room got very busy sadly so I took two 2 year olds to look at the a

4/ 5

Lovely helpful staff. Children's room got very busy sadly so I took two 2 year olds to look at the art. They liked it. Especially the cat, a dog, and a pottery cow x

Martin Wood

3 Google Rating

Good if you like traditional art. They have lots of teapots there at the moment for some reason. Not

3/ 5

Good if you like traditional art. They have lots of teapots there at the moment for some reason. Not really my taste in art, but each to their own

Anna Pepperall

4 Google Rating

Great Portraits exhibition and Works by Women on Paper so do go it is a real treat. Friendly st

4/ 5

Great Portraits exhibition and Works by Women on Paper so do go it is a real treat. Friendly staff. Nice cafe and bookshop and specialist designer craft shop. Free admission bar special exhibitions.

Leanne Frisby

5 Google Rating

We had a really lovely visit to Laing Art Gallery. I am in a wheelchair and the lift was not working

5/ 5

We had a really lovely visit to Laing Art Gallery. I am in a wheelchair and the lift was not working on the day we visited but the staff were super helpful, they helped me, my partner and three children access the gallery through the back entrance using the staff lift. Nothing was too much trouble and all the staff made our children feel very welcome and spoke to us with a smile. The Artwork and photography exhibitions in the Gallery are really lovely, full of information and definitely worth a visit. Highly recommend this place!

Sean O'Neill

5 Google Rating

A varied and enjoyable art collection. Free to visit too!! Well worth an hour or two of anyone's tim

5/ 5

A varied and enjoyable art collection. Free to visit too!! Well worth an hour or two of anyone's time.

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  • Monday10:00 - 16:30
  • Tuesday10:00 - 16:30
  • Wednesday10:00 - 16:30
  • Thursday10:00 - 16:30
  • Friday10:00 - 16:30
  • Saturday10:00 - 16:30

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