Wednesday – Friday 10:00am – 4:30pm
Saturday 10:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday 11:00am – 3:00pm
Last admission is 15 minutes before closing.
The Museum is reserved for booked school visits on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Closed on Bank Holidays
Christmas and New Year
The Museum closes at 4pm on Saturday 23 December 2023 and reopens at 10am on Wednesday 3 January 2024
Travel through time and around the world at Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, one of the oldest museums in the country. Built in 1857, the building’s historic features have been carefully preserved, with treasures from all around the world cramming its original glass cabinets.
Warrington Museum & Art Gallery is home to thousands of fascinating exhibits, from beautiful works of art, an Ancient Egyptian mummy – and even our very own dinosaur!
In addition to the permanent displays, the museum also provides an award-winning programme of events and temporary exhibitions, in addition to free family-friendly craft activities.
For more information about our events and exhibitions, see our What’s on page.
Warrington Museum & Art Gallery also provides an exciting schools’ programme on many themes, including Egyptians, Toys from the Past, and special early years’ sessions. Click to find out more!
How to find us
Warrington Museum & Art Gallery
Services come into Warrington Bus Station, which is a 7 minute walk away.
Warrington Bank Quay Station is a 5 minute walk away. Warrington Central Station is a 7 minute walk away.
There are cycle racks outside the Library entrance on Museum Street.
Drive to the town centre and follow the brown signs to the Cultural Quarter.
Parking is available to the rear of the Pyramid Arts Centre. Please be advised that we operate a phone & pay service and tariffs will apply. Before your visit we advise you to download the phone & pay app available.
Our car park is managed by an external car park management company and the tariffs are set as follows:
1 Hour £2.00
2 Hours £3.00
3 Hours £4.00
12 Hours £5.00
24 Hours £7.00
PAYMENT MUST BE MADE WITHIN 10 MINUTES OF ARRIVING ON THE PREMISES.