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Allen Gallery, Alton

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
An intimate setting for one of the South's most outstanding ceramics collection of English, continental and oriental pottery, porcelain and tiles from 1250 to the present day.

Regular special exhibitions of art, crafts, photography, local and natural history, local artists and the delightful watercolours and oil paintings of W H Allen. There is the comfortable coffee lounge, and charming walled garden provides a peaceful retreat in the middle of Alton.
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  • Came here to meet a friend for tea and sat out in their beautiful garden full of flowers and herbs . The volunteers were so friendly and the location is amazing . It's like A little oasis in the middl...  read more »
  • As a museum, it's interesting if you like a cross section of ceramic history. As a gallery, it's small and the nature of the exhibition determines the value of the visit. But its best feature is the l...  read more »
  • It is great that it is a free attraction but really it's quite small & if you were coming to visit Alton for the day it wouldn't be first on my list of 'must go to places.' Unfortunately someone was h...  read more »
  • A fabulous few hours for anyone with an interest in ceramics, with some amazing delft in particular, but a good mixture overall. The tea room has delicious home made cakes and the staff are friendly and polite. There was a historical photograph exhibition set up in a large gallery on the day of my last visit, I imagine one of many temporary exhibits and exhibitions! Well worth a visit, in my opinion..
  • Great little gallery.
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