Williamson Art Gallery & Museum located at Slatey Rd, Birkenhead, Prenton CH43 4UE, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 666 3537

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Williamson Art Gallery & Museum liverpool
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum liverpool
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum liverpool
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Diane Griffiths

4 Google Rating

I loved exploring the Williamson Art Museum with my sister. History of ship building, painting, pot

4/ 5

I loved exploring the Williamson Art Museum with my sister. History of ship building, painting, pottery and old bicycles over the ages and much more. . Also cafe, toilets and accessible to wheel chair or prams. Lovely atmosphere.

June Handford

4 Google Rating

Impressed with the local history discovered within the museum. A lively place to visit.

4/ 5

Impressed with the local history discovered within the museum. A lively place to visit.

douglas boote

3 Google Rating

It is many a year since ,I visited this gallery, I took my granddaughter, and she and I enjoyed very

3/ 5

It is many a year since ,I visited this gallery, I took my granddaughter, and she and I enjoyed very much, an outside sitting area, to drink you're tea or coffee, or just chill out, and a good display of art, will go back very soon

Julie Helliwell

5 Google Rating

Lovely, small gallery. Lots of interesting art work, community links, great little shop, books, art

5/ 5

Lovely, small gallery. Lots of interesting art work, community links, great little shop, books, art stuff, lovely café.

Margaret Henderson

5 Google Rating

Lots to see ,cafe and special exhibition about Ship building in Birkenhead at present. Beautiful out

5/ 5

Lots to see ,cafe and special exhibition about Ship building in Birkenhead at present. Beautiful outside walled garden too.Toilets excellent

Trevor Litherland

5 Google Rating

A small but really interesting museum, not too far from the centre of Birkenhead. There are several

5/ 5

A small but really interesting museum, not too far from the centre of Birkenhead. There are several galleries inside with different exhibitions, mainly paintings, pottery and shipping. Also inside is a small, independent book shop that is quite well stocked. At present the cafe is closed but will reopen when they can. Parking here is a bit limited but don't let that put you off - go visit!

Jan Hodkinson

5 Google Rating

So good to be back at the Williamson after so long unable to do so. So very glad it was saved from p

5/ 5

So good to be back at the Williamson after so long unable to do so. So very glad it was saved from possible closure too. Lovely to see family activities going on. Nice cake and coffee too!

michael “Mike” harper

5 Google Rating

Great cross section of interesting things to see . A very pleasant couple of hours spent !!

5/ 5

Great cross section of interesting things to see . A very pleasant couple of hours spent !!

Paula Zerillo

5 Google Rating

Helpful staff. Good exhibition of works not usually on display. Good coffee shop. Friendly atmospher

5/ 5

Helpful staff. Good exhibition of works not usually on display. Good coffee shop. Friendly atmosphere

Lisa Jones

5 Google Rating

Excellent, very interesting lovely place to take the grandchildren.

5/ 5

Excellent, very interesting lovely place to take the grandchildren.

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