There is nothing to dislike about the gallery. It is beyond fault. It has the same pristine and academic excellence which the National Gallery in London has but being much smaller is easier to take in in a shorter time. The downstairs galleries are as grand as well lit as any Victorian galleries should be and the upper galleries are small and quiet and one may even say, cosy. The collection offers one a good selection of paintings from all centuries from the early Rennaisance onwards. There is a stunning Church of Niagara Falls which is worth the visit alone.
The bookshop/giftshop is very well stocked and I'm sure the cafe is of the highest quality too though we didn't use it.
This is an issue for the gallery really, but the gallery toilets seemed to be being used by a constant stream of young and/or extended families who clearly weren't gallery goers but were simply there for the German open market next door.
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