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Ferens Art Gallery re-opened to the public on Friday 13 January 2017 following its £5.1m refurbishment, celebrating the start of Hull's year as UK City of Culture. Opened in 1927, the award winning Ferens Art Gallery combines internationally...more
Hours Today: 10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
| Queen Victoria Square, Kingston-upon-Hull HU1 3RA, England
All reviews turner prize francis bacon on display ron mueck old masters royal collection well worth a visit free entry closed for refurbishment uk city of culture nice cafe city centre the ground floor couple of hours visiting hull rembrandt spencer
A place of peace and relaxation to be enjoyed on ones own or with family and friends, I have taken my grandchildren a few times and they have enjoyed it, saw the childrens toys exhibition,brought back some lovely memories, my granddaughter especially liked noggin the...More
Thoroughly enjoyable visit to Ferens Art Gallery in central Hull - a fascinating display of paintings from over the centuries with special exhibitions from time time showing exciting rarities. Highly recommended.
A good sized art gallery for Hull, the Ferens is also occasionally being loaned important works from the Courtauld and other galleries. We went to see the Degas painting of the card players. Overall, impressed with the building which was pleasant and well-maintained, and particularly...More
We visited with friends who were staying from the northwest of the country and had never been to Hull before. They were impressed by the recent upgrade and the quality of the art on display. There is something of interest for everyone here. It is...More
On my visit to Hull I was so thrilled to come across this art gallery .so much wonderful art Especially the Spencer Tunick's Sea of Hull photographs which was commissioned by the gallery to mark Hull's 2017 UK City of Culture status.. defiantly going to...More
Popped in to see what sort of art was on display and there is definitely some beautiful pieces and definitely some unusual and strange.
Definitely worth a look since it’s free entry would happily return to see what new exhibits were there to see.
This art gallery has twelve galleries, a cafe and bookshop and is in the centre of the city. It caters for most tastes with Dutch material hanging alongside, portraits, landscapes, modern art and even a few sculptures and photographs. A interesting little gallery and it's...More
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With the Ferens Gallery being run by the local council very little input is being made about information for such a great places. You can only get the basic facts such as opening times and a very brief statement about... More
With the Ferens Gallery being run by the local council very little input is being made about information for such a great places. You can only get the basic facts such as opening times and a very brief statement about exhibitions which is unfortunate on the council website. The best thing to do is either call the gallery, however the best (may resort to the only option) is to just go to the gallery and hope for the best.
Sorry can’t give you better information but that’s how it is with council run galleries and museums