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Penlee House Gallery & Museum
Morrab Road

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Rightly described as "the artistic heart of West Cornwall‚s heritage", Penlee House Gallery & Museum in Penzance presents a year-round programme of temporary exhibitions usually featuring work by the world-famous Newlyn and Lamorna artists (1880-1930), including Stanhope and Elizabeth Forbes, Walter Langley and Lamorna Birch.

This year's exhibition programme includes "The Brotherhood of the Palette", a major survey exhibition of key paintings by Newlyn School artists (1880 - 1900), from 20 June to 12 September.

This elegant gallery and museum also offers full wheelchair access, an excellent café and well-stocked shop. PLEASE NOTE the galleries are closed for a few days each year for re-hanging: please visit the website or telephone for details before your visit.


Nearest UK Airport: Newquay
Months Open: Mon-Sat: Easter Saturday to 30 Sept, 10am-5pm, last admission 4.30pm
1 Oct to Good Friday: 10.30 to 4.30, last admission 4pm
Open Bank Holidays: closed 24-28 December 2009 and 1 Jan 2010
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Free introductory talk
Discount for Groups: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: £3
Concessions: £2
Under 18: free
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Café

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