WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE WILL REOPEN TO THE PUBLIC ON WEDNESDAY 19th MAY 2021
What you need to know at a glance
We are excited to welcome you back to Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery. To ensure your safety and that of our team members, we will be making some changes to the way you visit and some areas of the Museum and Art Gallery may look a little different.
Pre booking is not necessary but to aid social distancing and reduce contact we will be limiting the number of people in the Museum and Art Gallery at any one time. There will be enhanced cleaning, cleaning stations with hand sanitiser, Perspex screens have been installed and all staff fully trained in all new procedures and guidance.
Following Government guidance it will be mandatory for you to wear a mask/face cover during your visit to the Museum and you will be required to leave Test and Trace contact details
Essential information for your visit
Wednesday 12 – 4:45pm
Thursday 12 – 4:45pm
Friday 12 – 4:45pm
Saturday 12 – 4:45pm
Entry to the Museum is free but to help us maintain social distancing we are limiting numbers into the Museum each day.
Please click on the Before you visit, What to expect during your visit, What we are doing, FAQ’s, Privacy Notice and Covid Secure Certificate in the links below for full details
Getting to Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery
The museum is located on the corner of Richmond Terrace and Museum Street.
For a location map please click here.
Blackburn can be reached by the M65 via the M6 or M61. If you are travelling from Preston, Blackburn can be reached on the A677, from Bolton on the A666 and from Chorley on the A674.
There are pay and display bays around the town centre and above the Mall shopping centre. Short-stay (1 hour) pay and display spaces are located on Richmond Terrace and Museum Street.
The museum is happy to accommodate group visits. These can either be self-led, as part of a school group visit or as a guided tour. A guided tour lasts approximately one hour and can include tea/coffee. For guided tour charges or further information on any of these options please contact the museum.
- Gift Shop
- Full disabled access
- Children’s activities
- Baby changing facilities
- Refreshments available nearby
- Near to train and bus stops
- Learning sessions (see Learning section)
For full information about what Blackburn has to offer visitors please see VisitBlackburn website.