The Wilson gallery came into being in 1899, when former MP for Cheltenham, Lord de Ferrieres, donated 43 paintings together with a donation towards somewhere to house them.
A significant renovation took place in 2013, with new gallery space across four floors allowing temporary exhibitions, touring shows and more displays from the permanent collections.
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Events at this venue
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Art Explorers After School Club
After school club for kids interested in art. They get to try painting, drawing, print making, 3D sculpture, origami, felt making, mixed media collage and lots more.
Children aged 3 and under go in for free. Children must be accompanied by an adult. 11am – 1pm Our monthly family art sessions are the perfect way to get your little ones and you exploring your creative side. Each session follows a different theme and offers a variety of tactile and exploratory processes…
Use your hands, feet, fingers and toes in this sensory art-play workshop for little ones! Movement and fun combine with tactile art materials, to create a colourful and engaging experience. Each session will focus on a new idea, so make sure this one stays in your diary. All materials non-toxic, washable and…
Queen Victoria in Paris
An exhibition with 44 watercolours portraying the Queen's state visit to Paris in 1855.
Experience a story like never before! These weekly morning sessions are a sensory delight aimed at under-5s, bringing storytelling to life through craft and tactile responses. Each session will follow the theme of a different story and be delivered in a bright and engaging way. Perfect for your little ones! Best for…
Wednesday Crafty Fun: Drop-in for All The Family
Specific Wednesdays during School Holidays; May 31, August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 10.30am – 12.30pm and 1.30 – 3.30pm Fun craft-based activities in our dedicated learning space! We offer a variety of engaging and tactile craft processes or ‘makes’ for young ones to try at different skill-levels. Don’t be afraid to join in…