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  • © Bristol Culture

  • © Eve Andreski

  • © John Seaman

  • © Chris Bahn

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

  • Saturday 10AM - 5PM

Venue number: 14

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

  • Saturday 10 AM - 5 PM

Venue number: 14

  • © Bristol Culture

  • © Eve Andreski

  • © John Seaman

  • © Chris Bahn

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

DROP IN COLLECTION & CONSERVATION TOUR

 

Get behind the glass cabinets at one of Bristol’s most valued historical and cultural institutions.

 

Guided tour: Drop in on the day and join a small group to explore the collection stores and conservation laboratories.

 

You’ll also find out about the history and architecture of this stunning Edwardian Baroque building, from its vaulted glass gallery, chandeliers and grand staircase.

 

Museums are much more than just public displays – find out what else goes on.

Key Information

  • Address Queen's Road, BS8 1RL
  • Amenities
    Accessible toilet
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Refreshments
    Toilet
    Baby changing facilities

Design Information

  • Built1904
  • Designed byArchitects: Frank William Wills (1904) & John Bertram Wills (1930 extension)
  • Building styleEdwardian baroque

The current building is an amalgamation of a purpose built museum and gallery and museum of natural history next door, combined after damage in the Bristol Blitz.