Williamson Art Gallery and Museum
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum is minutes from the heart of Birkenhead, on the edge of the picturesque village of Oxton. It is centrally located and easily accessible by car and local transport.
Telephone: 0151 652 4177
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum

Admission is free, although please display print off confirmation upon arrival for marketing reasons. Thank you.

One of Wirral’s hidden gems, the Williamson Art Gallery & Museum is minutes from the heart of Birkenhead, on the edge of the picturesque village of Oxton. It is centrally located and easily accessible by car and local transport, with free parking.

Funded through Birkenhead Borough Council by the philanthropists, John Williamson, a Director of the Cunard Steamship Company Ltd and his son Patrick Williamson, it opened to the public in 1928.

A truly splendid building, this elegant venue now provides space to display masterpieces, ceramics, and sculptures. Housing the largest public collection of Della Robbia pottery in the UK and home to some internationally important paintings, the gallery is a perfect venue for your event.

Visit Our Cafe...

Lunches, annual social club meetings, dinners, concerts, weddings – we have the space to meet your needs. Our ‘in-house’ caterers are quickly gaining a reputation for providing delicious and tasty food and will work with you whatever your budget.

Our cafe in Gallery 14 offers light lunch options and afternoon tea, with daily specials on the chalk boards.

Williamson Art Gallery & Museum
Slatey Road Birkenhead Wirral Cheshire CH43 4UE United Kingdom