Victoria Art GalleryBath
Bridge Street
Somerset BA2 4AT
 

 

The Victoria Art Gallery is in the centre of Bath, opposite the Pulteney Bridge over the River Avon.

It was designed in 1897 by the Scottish architect, John McKean Brydon and completed in May 1900. It was named after Queen Victoria to celebrate her 60 years on the throne.

The Gallery has a fine collection of oil paintings dating from the 15th century and includes works by Sickert (who lived at nearby Bathampton), Turner and Gainsborough.

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Disabled Access
Some access and disabled toilet facilities are available.
 
Opening Hours & Admission Costs
The Gallery is open from Tuesday to Sunday all year round except 25/26th December, Good Friday and New Year’s Day. For up to date information on opening hours etc, go to the official Victoria Art Gallery website below.
 
Contact & Further Information
Telephone  +44 (0)1225 477 233
 

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