How to visit?
Address: Barewall Art Gallery, 2-4 Market Place, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST6 4AT
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Our Open hours are:
TUES - 10 to 4pm
WED - 10 to 4pm
THUR - 10 to 4pm
FRI - 10 to 4pm
SAT - 10 to 4pm
SUN - CLOSED
MON - CLOSED
If you would like to view something in particular please let us know prior to your visit so we can bring the item on show for you by calling 07932 717 718.
If you are interested to view particular paintings or an artist's work we would love to arrange a private view with you so you can enjoy the experience without interruption at the gallery.
How to make a purchase or arrange a viewing
Please visit us, buy online, call the gallery to reserve or purchase over the phone.
You can speak to us instantly via:
Mobile: 07932 717 718
Twitter message: @barewall
Messenger or facebook message: @barewallltd
Instagram message: @barewall
Or use the chat services on our website.
Click and Collect means buy online and arrange a time to pick up or collect on Tues to Sat between 10 and 4pm or at an arranged time with you.
Viewing by appointment is available on original art via the gallery at your convenience.
Tel: 07932 717 718
Tel Overseas: +44 7932 717 718
Mailing Address: Barewall, 2 - 4 Market Place, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST6 4AT UK.
Registered Address: Barewall Ltd, 2-4 Market Place, Stoke on Trent, Staffs, ST6 4AT. Company Registration Number: 07314976. Registered in England & Wales.
Our framing studio is now located offsite. Please leave your framing with us and we will organise this from the warmth and comfort of the gallery with you by appointment.
How to Find Us:
Stoke on Trent is made up of 6 towns which sit in a long thin linear geography. We are the only city in Britain with this layout.
The 6 towns from North to South are: Tunstall, Burslem, Hanley (City Centre), Stoke, Fenton, Longton.
Burslem is also known at the Mother Town of The Potteries.
Stoke is also known as Stoke upon Trent which is the town, not to be confused with the city.
Newcastle under Lyme is nearby but not part of he city of Stoke on Trent. It is situated on the west side of the A500, although it is as close to get to as the other towns.
From South: M6 to Junction 15 turn to A500 North take the turning for Burslem.
From North : M6 to Junction 16 turn to A500 North take the turning for Burslem.
From East: A50 to A500 North take the turning for Burslem.
Mainline: Stoke on Trent (Stoke upon Trent). 5 minutes by cab to Burslem
Local: Longport Station is situated on East Midlands line Derby to Crewe Line hourly. Follow signs for bus stops outside to Burslem.
National Express: Stoke on Trent City Centre (Hanley) Bus Station.
Local Buses: From Hanley to Burslem #3, From Newcastle to Burslem #98.
Please use the parking opposite the gallery in Market Place. Other off street public car parks available in the town or free parking may be found on the outskirts within a short walk or via a shopping visit to local retailers including B&M or Home Bargains. Free bike parking stands are available around the town.
By Bike :
We are near to the National Cycling Trail which runs along the old railway line known locally as "The Greenway". Alight at Burslem exit at the Moorland Road or Hamil Road. Both skirt the bottom of Burslem Park. Follow google maps to visit Barewall Art Gallery at ST6 4AT (5 minutes).
We are also near to The "Trent and Mersey Canal" which runs through Middleport. Alight at Middleport Bridge and head to Furlong Lane which will bring you up to Burslem at the top of the hill. Follow google maps to visit the Gallery at ST6 4AT. (10 minutes).
You can securely chain bike to the local railings in view in the square opposite the gallery.
Visiting Football Fans :
We are near to the local football team Port Vale Football Club which is located 5 minutes walk away. If you are visiting for a game why not pop by to see us before hand. We have a sister website which features football art work by award winning artist Paine Proffitt which includes artwork for most of the teams in the EFL and the Scottish Football League. See www.bwsportsart.com to view the available items and let us know in advance if you would like to pickup any of the pieces up on the big day.
We are a member of Stoke on Trent Tourism and Destination Staffordshire.
Stoke-on-Trent Ceramics Trail Member:
Why not enjoy the complete pottery experience and take a look at some of the award winning museums and ceramic visitor attractions that Stoke on Trent has to offer.
Find out more about the Ceramics Trail here.
Burslem Welcomes Member:
We are an advocate for Burslem Welcomes, which is a group that is helping to get Burslem ready for tourists. If you would like to get involved follow Burslem Welcomes on social media
Member of Stoke on Trent's Cultural Forum and Stoke Creates:
Twitter: @SOTCulture #SOTCulture
We work closely with The Arnold Bennett Society, you can collect a trail leaflet for the Bursley Plaque Trail from the gallery or download. Please note that some new plaques have been added to the trail in 2022. Please visit the gallery where you can enjoy viewing one of the latest plaques to be added in 2022 marking the site of The Old Meat Market also labelled by Bennett as "The Shambles".