Tony Ray-Jones, Album of photographs, 1975, Young Gallery Salisbury, Art Funded 2005
Museum

Young Gallery Salisbury

Salisbury
Free to all

Housed in Salisbury Library, the Young Gallery unites three formerly separate collections; The Young Collection, the John Creasey Museum collection and the Edgar Barclay Collection.

In 1913, Edwin Young bequeathed an art gallery to Salisbury and today it still displays his work capturing rural life in Salisbury, as well as pictures by other leading watercolourists. The gallery now also incorporates the John Creasey Museum collection, which includes crime and thriller novels, political ephemera and Modern Art. The collection includes works by Bill Brandt, Fay Godwin, David Jones, Anish Kapoor, Henry Moore and Paul Nash.

Visitor information

Address

Young Gallery Salisbury

Market Place, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 1BL
01722 324145

Free to all

Opening times

 

Monday

10 am–7 pm

Tuesday

9 am–7 pm

Wednesday

9 am–5 pm

Thursday

9 am–5 pm

Friday

9 am–7 pm

Saturday

9 am–5 pm

Sunday

Closed

 

Visitor information

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