New entrance at the Lady Lever Art Gallery

23 October 2007 by Sam

schoolchildren at gallery entrance

We’re often told that we should open our minds to new experiences in galleries and try to approach art from a new angle. Visitors can now do this literally at the Lady Lever Art Gallery, where the old south entrance has closed and been replaced by a new fully accessible entrance at the west. Director David Fleming and head of the gallery Sandra Penketh are shown welcoming some of the first visitors to use the new entrance.

This is just the first of a series of improvements at the gallery.

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