Pyramid Arts Centre

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Culture Warrington hosts a range of exhibitions throughout the year representing local, regional and national artists’ work.

Palmyra SquareWarringtonWA1 1BL View map
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Opening Hours

  • Monday9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Tuesday9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Wednesday9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Thursday9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Friday9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Saturday10:00am - 2:00pm

Always double check opening hours with the venue before making a special visit.

What's on near Pyramid Arts Centre

Woman in yoga pose
ActivityManchester
Yoga Rave at Waterside Arts

Join qualified yoga teacher Hebe Reilly, and disco, funk & house DJ Misscothèque, for a morning yoga rave jam-packed with your fave tracks. Yoga Rave is a fun fusion of guided floor-based yoga moves and stretches (with accessible options available), free-style movement and dancing to a live DJ, before we come back together for a guided cool down and relaxation.

from £10.00
Ben Hart: HeX at Waterside
TheatreSale
Ben Hart: HeX at Waterside

Magician Ben Hart launches Waterside’s Refract:24 with his new show – a perfectly curated collection of his best material alongside some of his newest ideas.

from £18.00
Brave Space at The Lowry
Until
TheatreSalford
Brave Space at The Lowry

Intimate and magical, Brave Space is a unique circus show that invites the audience to assist and engage directly with the performance.

from £12.00

Where to go near Pyramid Arts Centre

Warrington
Gallery
Warrington Museum & Art Gallery

Opened in 1857, Warrington Museum & Art Gallery is one of the oldest museums in the country and much of the quintessential character of the building has been preserved.

Bridgewater Canal

Running from Runcorn to Leigh, the Bridgewater Canal is 65km long. Constructed over 250 years ago by the Duke of Bridgewater, it is considered to be the first true canal in England. Constructed during the Industrial Revolution, the success of the Bridgewater Canal helped to inspire a period of intense canal building in Britain, known as Canal Mania.

St. Helens
Dream
at St Helens

Dream is a 20 metre high sculpture located on the former site of Sutton Manor Colliery in St Helens, designed by world-renowned and award-winning artist, Jaume Plensa.

Arley Hall and Gardens
Cheshire
Tourist Attraction
Arley Hall and Gardens

Set in the heart of the beautiful Cheshire countryside, Arley Hall & Gardens is a place of enormous character, charm and interest.

Alexandra Park, St. Helens

The 1960’s, grade II listed Alexandra Park is the former home of Pilkingtons Glass Head Quarters in St. Helens. 

Dunham Massey
Altrincham
Park
Dunham Massey

Whatever the weather, Dunham Massey in Altrincham takes our number one spot for a fun outdoorsy day out.

Manchester
The Turnpike

The Turnpike is an independent arts organisation. Since January 2017, it has occupied the first floor of an iconic 1970s brutalist building in the centre of Leigh.

Leigh
Restaurant
Twentymans

Independent and delightfully unique pizza place with rustic decor. Based in Leigh, a few minutes drive from both Liverpool and Manchester.

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In between working out, then working through, your holiday reading pile this summer, find inspiration for your next bookish acquisitions from our selection of live events and exhibitions.