Warrington Museum & Art Gallery

Overview

Travel through time and around the world at Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, one of the oldest museums in the country. Built in 1857, the building’s historic features have been carefully preserved, with treasures from all around the world cramming its original glass cabinets. Warrington Museum & Art Gallery is home to thousands of fascinating exhibits, from beautiful works of art, an Ancient Egyptian mummy – and even our very own dinosaur! In addition to the permanent displays, the museum also provides an award-winning programme of events and temporary exhibitions, in addition to free family-friendly craft activities.
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Access Card Notes

Access Card Accepted as proof of access requirements

Contact details

Warrington Museum & Art Gallery Museum Street, Warrington, North West, WA1 1JB
Phone: 01925 442399

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access
Lift Access to both first and second floors

Some Galleries have carpeted flooring.

Short Distances

Short distance
Disabled parking is available outside the museum on Museum Street. Visitors can also use the car park at Pyramid Arts Centre (two minutes’ walk along Museum Street), and there are a number of pay and display car parks in the area, as well as a large multi-storey car park at Golden Square shopping centre, less than five minutes’ walk from the museum.

Access To Toilets

Access To Toilets
Accessible Toilets Located near the WREN Gallery

Essential Companions

Essential Companions
Access Card's With +1 Accepted as proof needed for an essential companion.

Accessing Visual Information

Accessing Visual Information
We have a professionally-produced leaflet which is Equality Act compliant in layout, font style and size. It is easy to read and use, with plenty of images that accurately reflect the layout and appearance of the museum. It also contains all the information you might need for your visit, including website address, contact details and a user-friendly map.