Walker Art Gallery is an art gallery situated on William Brown Street in Liverpool, England. It houses one of the countries largest art collections and is promoted as “The National Gallery of the North”. The gallery was established in 1877 and named after its main benefactor Sir Andrew Barclay Walker, a former Liverpool Mayor. The gallery displays works by many famous artists such as Rembrandt, David Hockney and from more modern times, Banksy.
The gallery is situated in the city centre. It is a 2-minute walk away from ‘Liverpool’ bus station and ‘Liverpool Lime Street’ train station. If travelling by car head for the city centre, there are plenty of local car parks.
Opening Times and Admission
The gallery is open seven days a week, Monday-Sunday 10am-5pm. Entrance to the gallery comes at no cost.