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Harris Museum and Art Gallery

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Harris Museum and Art Gallery

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Harris Museum & Art Gallery Market Square, Preston PR1 2PP England
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FunkyFi1957 wrote a review Oct 3
Preston, United Kingdom16 contributions2 helpful votes
Loved this place and seeing all of Prestons history. The building itself is beautiful too. Great day out
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Stewart Hutcheon wrote a review Sep 2020
Crossmichael, United Kingdom2 contributions
I was taken aback at just how much I learned about Preston, and it's place in history. Amazing collection of ceramics. I had a great time, and will visit again, when I have more time to take it all in.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Dee L wrote a review Apr 2020
26 contributions1 helpful vote
My partner and I visited by chance when we were visiting Preston and were delighted with this interesting museum (and great little cafe). There is a well set-out display of historical objects and information surrounding Preston and Lancashire, which we were spent most of our time. Foucault's Pendulum is something that shouldn't be missed. There's a gift shop available if that's of interest, though as I feasted of knowledge (rather than stuff to buy) cannot comment on this in detail.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Jo-Anne E wrote a review Mar 2020
Morecambe, United Kingdom300 contributions83 helpful votes
Family having been coming here for a while and on a wet Friday afternoon in February we visited. The building is stunning, accessible for all and has so much to see and do and has wifi. The Discover Preston area was excellent with lots of interactive activities. There is something for everyone with fine & contemporary art, fashion & textiles, ceramics & glass. and history, all housed in a stunning Grade I listed building in the It's located in the heart of Preston, is open 7 days a week. We then had hot chocolates and coffee's to warm up and looking up at the ceilings and the architecture was great. We will definitely visit again when we're next in the area and look forward to seeing the new viewings they will have on offer.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Nyrian wrote a review Mar 2020
Chorley, United Kingdom37 contributions48 helpful votes
Was there with my daughter and two of her friends trying to get them to soak up some bloomin' culture for a change. Some drunk guy walked in, went straight to reception and asked the girl "are you pregnant?" She looked confused, as did we all. So he followed it up with "can i make you pregnant?" Me being nearly fifty and clearly chauvinistic (believing i needed to come to the rescue) was about to tell him off. However the girl at the desk calmly and firmly told him that this was a family place and if he was going to talk like that, he needed to leave. Whilst i don't think the guy was sober enough to appreciate her demeanour, i certainly was and glad the teenage girls with me got to see it. Anyway, that's all. Just wanted to post that.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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