Shire Hall Gallery

TSHG B&Whe 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 Open Art 2015that 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.

Shire Hall Gallery News

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Contact us

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

Please see the Planning Your Visit section for opening times and more details about visiting the gallery.

The Gallery and the Courtroom are available to hire. Visit the courtroom page for more details.

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