The Spanish Art Gallery in the UK, used to be a bank building in Bishop Auckland which is now transformed into this beautiful gallery, featuring art from as far back as 1756. The gallery is part of the Auckland Project. Booking can also be done here.
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Why you should visit the museum
Special edit for people to see and learn about history of how they come to
England from 300 years ago
Some of the art work was created using latest tech
Can get busy at certain times of the day (usually around 1230)
Can be peaceful at times (usually earlier and later in the day, before and after lunch)
There are tours on around the Spanish art gallery every Wednesday
The staff are quite helpful
It has ramps for easier access for people with wheel chairs
It also has a lift to get to the first floor
There is disability parking outside next to taxi rank
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There are disability toilets in the building
There is also a bus top two minutes a way down from the Spanish art gallery
Another key point is that you can get a free pass for carers to come with you.
We hope you found this listing very helpful, other venues in Bishop Auckland similar to The Spanish Art Gallery include the Auckland Castle and The Mining Art Gallery. The Auckland Project also own these two venues.
Qwhat time does it close?
it closes at three o clock
Qis it busy
can be busy some times and other days quiet
Qdo you have to book online?
https://aucklandproject.digitickets.co.uk/event-tickets/38825?catID=38791& click here to book tickets