Victoria Gallery and Museum, Ashton Street, Liverpool, L69 3DR – Visit Now
This Alfred Waterhouse designed building was completed in 1892 and is a wonderful companion to his Refuge Assurance Building (now The Principal Hotel) built during the same period in Manchester. Check out the beauty of the Terracotta tiles. It’s worth a visit for the architecture alone however the collections inside are equally inspiring. A walk around its Abercromby Square surroundings is also recommended.
Services and FacilitiesMuseum, gallery, cafe and shop.