Manchester Art Gallery hotels
Manchester Art Gallery
Manchester Art Gallery is the queen location of visual artwork in this industrial, north-western, United Kingdom City, an area interestingly full of cultural opportunities. Featuring three floors and 21 rooms packed with artistic and creative design, the Manchester Art Gallery is the premier space for traditional artwork. Visitors are famously amazed to find such a fine collection of paintings in this free museum that houses collections compiled by Pre-Raphaelite painters and contemporary artists, not to mention the facility’s selected textiles. Special exhibitions at the museum also give Manchester residents a taste of artwork on loan from other areas of the world.
- View Manchester’s extensive collection of English school works from the late 18th and 19th centuries, including the paintings of Thomas Gainsborough.
- Appreciate the Manchester Art Gallery’s rare gems that include a jewel-encrusted Asian elephant figure, a 17th century Scottish coif with sister forehead cloth, and a coat from 18th century Europe.
- Explore Manchester’s new interactive Highlights Tour of gallery objects, such as text, drawings, and audio and visual recordings, which are linked to the Transatlantic slave trade, and famously provoke visitors to form conclusions about this difficult time in history.
The Manchester Art Gallery is conveniently located in Manchester city centre on Mosley Street. Local buses stop in St. Peter’s Square or Piccadilly Gardens. Metrolink Tram— Manchester’s free public transportation service—offers nearby stops in St. Peter’s Square or Mosley Street on the Altrincham and Eccles lines, connecting visitors to Manchester Piccadilly Train Station within a matter of minutes. British Rail connects Manchester to cities throughout the United Kingdom. Visitors preferring to travel by auto can access the city via the M60, connecting the area to the country’s extensive motorway network.
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