See a selection of stunning paintings and sculptures by internationally renowned artists such as L.S. Lowry, Francis Bacon and Henry Moore alongside work by significant local artists.

Huddersfield Art Gallery

About the Huddersfield Art Gallery

If it's galleries that you are interested in then Tolson Museum holds plenty of heritage and collections for you to look at. You can learn about The Story of Tolson and visit Ravensknowle Park.

Outside Huddersfield Art Gallery


Explore Perspectives, a stunning new permanent gallery featuring major works in Kirklees Collections.

Discover inspiring temporary exhibitions and great Yorkshire craft and design displayed for sale in Gallery 6.

Collections highlights

We have an extensive and stunning collection of paintings, drawings and sculptures by internationally renowned artists such as L.S. Lowry, Francis Bacon and Henry Moore - here are some suggestions but you can find your own highlight.

Colne Valley stories

Five imaginative paintings hang in Huddersfield Local Studies Library (just below the art gallery).

They tell fascinating folk tales from the villages of Linthwaite, Scapegoat Hill, Slaithwaite and Marsden.


Find amazing artworks from Kirklees Collections all around our Kirklees Museums, not just at the art gallery.

See stunning paintings at Bagshaw Museum, Batley; Tolson Museum, Huddersfield and Red House in Gomersal.

Opening hours and facilities

There's an innovative programme of temporary exhibitions and inspiring events and activities for all ages. Located in Huddersfield town centre above the Library it couldn't be easier to visit.



Gallery 6: Yorkshire Makers is an exciting new craft & design retail space at Huddersfield Art Gallery. 'Gallery 6' promotes great Yorkshire craft and design with handcrafted jewellery, prints, textiles and ceramics by makers all around Yorkshire.

There is also an exclusive range of postcards and giftware for sale based on Kirklees' own amazing collection of paintings.

Image at bottom of page shows a Planter by Holmfirth ceramic artist, Jim Robison.

Eating and drinking

Huddersfield Art Gallery is located right in the centre of Huddersfield and there is a wide variety of cafes, sandwich bars and restaurants all around and within easy walking distance.

School visits

For inspirational and creative art-based visits for schools to Huddersfield Art Gallery see:


There are numerous multi story car parks around Huddersfield town centre.

Our nearest car park is the Market Hall car park which is conveniently only a few minutes' walk from the Art Gallery. This Multi-Storey, Pay-on-Foot car park offers over 500 spaces and CCTV surveillance. The Market Hall car park is signed from the Ring Road.

  • Address Market Hall car park, Alfred Street,, Huddersfield, HD1 2UJ