Small scale gallery and museum, benefitting forma magnificent tiled interior designed by Waterhouse (who also did the National History Museum). This building was the heart of the original redbrick Victoria University of Liverpool. Diverse subjects displayed inside. On the day I visited there was an exhibition on the archaeology of the Hittite civilisation, radiology, and dentistry. Plus sculpture of Gladstone and paintings by Audubon. Has a magnificent picture by Joseph Wright of Derby.
The gallery improves each time you visit.
The cafe does a nice lunch. Today though I had tea and a first rate scone.
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