Another historic gem at the heart of Salford Crescent’s historic quarter, Salford Museum & Art Gallery dates all the way back to 1850.
It serves as the city’s primary art gallery and museum and, today, is dedicated to archiving and sharing Salford’s social history and victorian art and architecture. The building houses several galleries, the reconstructed Victorian Street, Lark Hill Place and a café.
For SFTOC 2024, we’ll be taking over the cafe space for the day with a unique one-off collaboration.
There are three accessible parking spaces for blue badge holders adjacent to the museum entrance. There is a ramp into the building for wheelchair and pram access, as it is a little steep, reception can help if assistance is needeed There is an accessible toilet on the ground floor as well as other toilets and urinals, there is also a lift.
If you have any questions in the interim, please contact [email protected].