Art Galleries & Sculpture Parks - Days Out Yorkshire
York, Bradford, Huddersfield, Leeds and a host of other towns have art galleries, so there is no need to travel far to give yourself a cultural experience. Bradford is home to Bradford 1 and the Cartwright Hall Gallery. Wakefield is home to both the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and the Hepworth Gallery.
Plus now there is the Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle, 4 of the regions great art galleries, all within 20 miles of each other, have combined and offer viewing of works from over 200 artists.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park is an outdoor art gallery set in 500 acres near Wakefield. With a mix or permanent and temporary exhibits set in stunning countryside.
Scarborough Art Gallery is situated in the Crescent Gardens and hosts a permanent display alongside visiting exhibitions.
Award winning purpose built gallery in Wakefield, with permenant exhibition s form Henry Moore and Barabara Hepworth, plus temporary exhibitions and an active talks and events programme.
Huddersfield Art Gallery is home to work by internationally renowned artists including LS Lowry and Henry Moore, shown along with innovative temporary exhibitions.
Masham Gallery is an artist gallery in the small Dales town of Masham. The gallery combines works for sale with an exhibition area
Graves Gallery is the Sheffield gallery of visual art, with a series of permanent exhibitions depicting art and key themes throughout art history.
The Ferens Art Gallery in Hull brings art to all, with a series of permanent and temporary exhibitions and the vibrant and multi-sensory children's gallery.
The Cooper Gallery is located in the centre of Barnsley, it offers visitors a vibrant art viewing experience. The Cooper Gallery permanent collection contains over 400 works from a wide range of artists including JMW Turner, John Sell Cotman, Duncan Grant, Vanessa Bell and Roger Fry.
The Cartwright Hall Gallery is Bradford's civic art gallery, it has four permanent exhibitions displaying work from the Bradford Museums collections. The collections consist mainly of 19th and 20th century British art.
Situated in Knaresborough the Henshaws Art & Craft Centre is at the Henshaws College. The centre offers visitors a free sensory woodland walk with a variety of scultpures, scents and plants to explore.
Bradford 1 is located in the heart of Bradford at cetenary square, this free art gallery aims to introduce and engage visitors with contemporary artists.
Leeds Art Gallery is a lively gallery in the heart of Leeds on The Headrow in Leeds' Cultural Quarter. Offering displays of Leeds' stunning collections as well as a dynamic programme of changing exhibitions, the Gallery is an innovative and exciting place to visit for people of all ages and tastes.
Leeds' newest art space housed in the old Tetley brewery is an innovative use of space with an emphasis on new and emerging artists. The Tetley opens art in all forms to a wider audience and embraces art in all forms; visual, audio and performance.