Sudley House, Liverpool
Categories: Art Galleries, Historic Sites, Museums, Tourist Spots
Visit Sudley House to view the extensive original art collection of the merchant George Holt, displayed within his former country home in Liverpool. Here you can see works by Turner, Rossetti, Millais, Landseer, and others in gallery rooms that have maintained their Victorian interiors, period furniture, and wallpaper. Stop by the on-site cafe for a cup of tea and some shortbread. Check the website for a list of rotating temporary displays and special events. Admission is free. Add Sudley House to your Liverpool travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Liverpool vacation route planner.
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Wenig spektakulär, aber schön und gepflegt. Das Haus zeigt den Stil und Kunst previligierter Herrschaften aus vergangenen Zeit. Ein Platz zum Entspannen und genießen.Little spectacularly, but nice and well maintained. The House shows the style and art previligierter and gentlemen from last time. A place to relax and enjoy.show original
We live on the same road as Sudley House and it's an ideal place to take our young children and other family and friends. We visit at least once per week. The house is really lovely and the grounds pr... read more »
A lovely, historic house built in 1824, which is now a museum and art gallery containing the collection of George Holt, a shipping-line owner and former resident.
Sudley House has been described as a hidden gem. Tucked away in the leafy suburbs with its wonderful artworks it's easy to see why. Sudley is the only house of a Victorian merchant that still has its original pictures, and with the period furniture and rich atmosphere you could almost imagine it's still someone's home. And it is all FREE!
Great place to visit plenty to see
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a rather nice place to visit
Sudley House. I had not visited the house and grounds for about ten years, my mother not since she was a child and had memories of using the building as her functioning public library. Today the place is run by National Museums of Liverpool. Entry is free and Sudley's primary usage is gallery space, most of the artwork and furniture is permanently on display with temporary displays/exhibitions to be found in specific rooms upstairs. During my visit the visiting feature was Costume Drama: Fashion from 1790 to 1850 Fashions from the period of Austen’s 'Pride and Prejudice'. The gardens/park are as impressive as the house itself. The cafe prices are little steep but the quality was excellent and the setting a delight. Highly recommended.
Fab little gallery with very friendly helpfull staff. Lovely tea rooms and beautiful grounds to wander in.
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