Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum Museums

Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum
Clarence Street
GL50 3JT


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Starting upstairs, the first displays are devoted to Cheltenham's history. These are followed by galleries of ceramics and oriental art. Don't miss the small room devoted to Edward Wilson, the Cheltenham-born explorer who went to the Antarctic with Captain Scott. The Summerfield Galleries include Gloucestershire archaeology and natural history, and tell the story of how we used to live from earliest times to Queen Victoria's day. They are named after Ronald Summerfield, a well-known local antique dealer and collector.

The displays were made possible by the very considerable generosity of the Charitable Trust which was established under Mr Summerfield's Will. Make sure you see the Arts and Crafts Gallery with its internationally important collections which attract visitors from all over the world.

The Art Gallery and Museum shop stocks a wide range of books, cards, gifts and children's toys, relating to Cheltenham and the Art Gallery and Museum's collections.

Attraction Details

VenueCheltenham Art Gallery and Museum
AddressClarence Street, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 3JT
Opening timesMon - Sat 10am - 5.20pm, closed Public Holidays
Entry costs
Attraction typeMuseums


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