Victoria Gallery & Museum

Liverpool, England
4.8 / 9
The structure was built for the University of Liverpool in 1892. There were classrooms, living rooms and a library. In 2008, the building was converted into a museum. On the ground floor there was a shop and a restaurant, the rest of the space was given for exposure. Victoria Building - a vivid representative of the picturesque "Victorian Gothic", the building was erected from red brick.
Victoria Gallery & Museum
Address:Ashton Street, Liverpool
Phone:+44 151 794 2348
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 10:00–17:00 wednesday: 10:00–17:00 thursday: 10:00–17:00 friday: 10:00–17:00 saturday: 10:00–17:00 sunday: Closed


Nice historical place, which has constructed in a very nice and attractive way. I was luck to have dinner with my colleagues in this historical building.


This place really is a hidden gem in Liverpool, and I honestly encourage everyone to visit, if only for the beautiful Victorian architecture of the building itself, and the incredible glazed tiles that seem to cover just about every surface. The gall.. Read more »


Nice historical place, which has constructed in a very nice and attractive way.


Possibly the most beautiful gallery in the city, it houses some fantastic art. Regular events and exhibitions make this an essential part of any visit to the city if art is on your agenda.


Lovely museum I love taking me bird there


Very nice gallery with great exhibitions and friendly staff.


Love this ! Great Exhibitions ! Based in University area !


Beautiful museum and lovely friendly and helpful staff. Will be coming back again soon. Thank you.


Worth visiting just to see the wonderful Victorian building with its beautiful glazed tiles and mosaic floors! The museum is quite small but has a variety of unusual exhibits. Came when the "Before Egypt" exhibition was on, the ancient pottery and ar.. Read more »


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