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Two seniors, who visit the delightful town of Harrogate several times a year, always visit the 'Mercer' gallery. This year was no exception and the gallery is as well stocked with quality offerings as it always is. The staff are delightful, and this small Gallery...More
Around the time of Christmas 2018, thankfully, The Mercer Gallery was open ... if quiet. Some of Harrogate's own treasures were on display. A nice couple of Grimshaws and many other notable artworks, some of which I've had previous sight of. But what made this...More
Several good exhibits. Small shop with good, but expensive, gifts. Pleasant. Free entry with donation box for non skinflints. A bit hard to find - not enough signposting. If you can see the public toilets across from the tourist information shop, then that's the rear...More
This used to be the town hall but has been converted into an art gallery. Friendly staff and some great pictures (we saw the 'From today, painting is dead' exhibition. I particularly liked the two paintings by John Atkinson Grimshaw.
We were lucky enough to catch the Devine Art of Photography exhibition while we visited Mercer Gallery. The exhibition showed some very old photos.
The paintings displayed while we were there were a mix of old and modern.
Best of all this is a free...More
Nice building, immaculate as you'd expect, great selection of paintings which complimented each other. In fact a couple of the paintings were stunning. There was an interesting photography exhibition also. It's free and there is a toilet which is a bonus.
So, why 4/5 and...More
Do check before you go that it is fully open. We visited between temporary exhibitions. Most of the museum was closed leaving one tiny room to explore. Obviously not the museum's fault and this looked from a distance a very tidy museum. Will need to...More