Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
With a National Art Pass you get
This designated museum holds significant collections of international importance.
The neoclassical building was designed by Sir Charles Robert Cockerell in 1823, and was later used as the Freemasons Hall. In 1899 it became an art gallery for the city.
<h2> Meet Me at the Museum </h2>
Writer and photographer Caleb Azumah Nelson visits Bristol Museum & Art Gallery with his partner, theatre-maker and poet Esme Allman. Together they encounter art that speaks to Bristol?s radical history, explore an exhibition of work by one of their favourite artists, Ghanaian photographer James Barnor, and discover how a project led by the museum?s Young Collective has brought fresh new perspectives to the museum?s collection.
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The National Art Pass lets you enjoy free entry to hundreds of museums, galleries and historic places across the UK, while raising money to support them.