Shire Hall Gallery


The Shire Hall Gallery is housed in the Grade 2* listed building which is situated in the heart of Stafford's town centre. The Gallery is located in the Great Hall and consists of a large, temporary exhibition space, a Crafts Council selected Craft Shop and an historic Courtroom.

The Gallery stages an annual programme of self-generated and bought-in exhibitions featuring the work of local, regional and national artists and makers. The exhibition programme| also provides access to the County's Art and Craft Collection. 

''You can also enjoy a variety of activities and events| that accompany the exhibitions to help you find out more or to give you an opportunity to get involved yourself. 

Housed at the Shire Hall Gallery is the craft shop| which offers you the opportunity to buy some of the best contemporary crafts being produced today. 

Our multisensory room| offers a unique space where visitors can relax or engage in stimulating play. 

The balcony coffee bar| is situated upstairs, where you can relax and enjoy the view over the Great Hall with a superb collection of teas, coffees, 
cakes and savouries.

Shire Hall Gallery Newsletter

If you would like to receive a monthly newsletter via email that keeps you up to date with exhibitions, activities and events, you can sign up here|.

Your details will only be used by Staffordshire Library & Arts Service to keep you up to date with service news. Your details will not be shared with any other party. 

twitter|facebook|You can also follow us on Twitter| and like us on Facebook| to keep up to date with all the latest news from the Shire hall Gallery.

Available for Hire

The Gallery and the Courtroom are available to hire. Visit the court room| page for more details.

Contact us

At the Shire Hall Gallery, Market Square, Stafford, ST16 2LD. Tel: 01785 278345|

Please see the Planning Your Visit| section for more details about visiting the gallery.

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