Salford Museum & Art Gallery
Lark Hill Place changeover
During January 2018 our Victorian street, Lark Hill Place will be temporarily closed whilst we change the street's theme setting from 1897 to 1918 to illustrate how World War One changed life in Salford.
Please do come and visit us from Tuesday 6th February to see these exciting changes! The museum, cafe and galleries will all be open as normal. Find out more.
Salford Museum and Art Gallery was the UK’s ‘first free public library’, which opened in January 1850, followed in November by a museum and art gallery. The building was a mansion house known as Lark Hill, which had been built in the 1790s and has given its name to our famous Lark Hill Place; a Victorian street within the museum.
Today, Salford Museum and Art Gallery presents an exciting programme of permanent displays and changing contemporary exhibitions together with a range of events and activities guaranteed to inspire which completes a must visit experience for individuals, families, schools and organisations to come and enjoy. When you have visited the galleries why not pop into our cafe or purchase a souvenir in the museum shop.
Find out more to help plan your visit including directions, opening times and facilities available.
We offer free admission and welcome all children accompanied by a responsible adult.
Greater Manchester Museums Group (GMMG)
Visit the GMMG website to discover and explore our rich and diverse collections across Manchester.