Salford Museum and Art Gallery (Manchester) Reviews
Description:Peel Park, Salford M5.
Newest Review: ... the basement of the gallery and is built up of bits of buildings taken from all round Salford. My grandad lived in one of the streets where an old signpost came from and its things like that that make you realise that these things are actually real - and not from as long ago as we think. I absoulutely love the fact that the gallery is local. Two exhibitions that I remember most are the 'Old ... more
Customer Salford Museum and Art Gallery (Manchester) Reviews (1)
by - written on 09/11/04, updated on 10/11/04 (Very useful, 363 readings)
The Art Gallery is joined with Salford Museum at Peel Park on the Crescent in Salford and has changing exhibitions and hands-on activities as well as all the usual museum and gallery stuff. Salford Museum and Gallery is one of those places that you always get taken to at primary school and I first visited when I was about eight or nine with my school. The main reason they always take you there is probably because of the locality but another reason must be the old Victorian Street that they have. My mum went there when she was at school and thats what she remembered about it. Lark Hill Place is in the basement of the gallery and is built up of bits ... Read the complete review
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