From the major art galleries in the city to the lesser-known, smaller spaces, Liverpool is booming with arts and culture. Read our guide to some of the best galleries in the city!
Another of the city’s lesser-known gallery gems is the aptly named The Gallery, situated in The Baltic Triangle. Set on the first floor of John O’Keefe and Son Ltd, The Gallery aims to support local artists with regular exhibitions and featured artists. The Gallery is also in fine company with the likes of Ghetto Golf and Red Brick Vintage just a stone’s throw away.
With a focus on lenses rather than paint, Open Eye Gallery is a not-for-profit contemporary photography gallery on Liverpool Waterfront. Proudly independent and the only gallery in the north west dedicated to photography, Open Eye hosts regular exhibitions and houses a wonderful collection of photography dating back as far as the 1930s.
Needing no introduction, Tate Liverpool is one of the country’s leading galleries of contemporary art. Situated in a former docking warehouse on Albert Dock, Tate’s calendar includes a regularly revolving, versatile run of exhibitions, with a lot of them offering free entry.