Did you know: Berwick-upon-Tweed has always been popular with artists; J.M.W Turner, MacKintosh and L.S. Lowry all visited and painted here!
Visit takes 1 full day...
The Lowry Trail (Open all year)
The Granary Gallery (Open all year)
The Barracks (Open 1st Apr-30th Sept Daily 10am-6pm, 1st Oct-3rd Nov Daily 10am-4pm)
The Gymnasium Gallery (Open Easter-October)
Lowry Trail: Free
Granary & Gymnasium Gallery: Free
Berwick Barracks: £5.80
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Photo: Berwick Museum & Art Gallery
This major new exhibition of works by JMW Turner, one of the most renowned of English Romantic artists, explores his transformation from an architectural draughtsman, when he set out on his first North of England tour in 1797, to a poet of the landscape sublime, which culminated in the arrival at his most northerly point in England, the village of Norham in Northumberland.
Visit Berwick Museum and Art Gallery, located in the Ravensdowne Barracks - the first purpose-built army barracks in England.