Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery is located in The Music Hall which is situated in The Square, Shrewsbury.
(SY1 1LH).




Opening Times:

Spring & Summer (April – Sept)

Monday-Saturday: 10am – 5pm 

Sunday: 11am – 4pm 

Autumn & Winter (October – March)

Tuesday-Saturday:  10am – 4pm 

Sunday: 11am – 4pm 

The museum is open on Mondays during Shropshire School Holidays. 

The Visitor Information Centre closes at 4pm.


Admission Prices

£4.50 per adult

£4 per person of state pension age

£2 per student (with NUS card)

£2 per child (age 5-17) (Entry is free for children aged 0 to 4)

£10 family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children aged 5-17)

£7 family ticket (1 adult and up to 3 children aged 5-17)

Season tickets, valid for one year from the date of issue:-

Adult £25

Two adults £35

Person of state pension age £22.50

Two persons of state pension age £30

Child (5-17) £15

Student £23

Groups (12+ visitors) adult £4, person of pension age £3.50, child £1.50

The Prehistory & Roman Gallery is free of charge to enter.

Special Offer – Ticketholders may have a discount of 10% off the price of food and drink purchased on the day of their visit by showing your date-stamped sticker



For a full list of our exhibitions and events click here.

Access and Amenities

Bus stops nearby (2 minute walk) and railway station just a 15 minute walk away.

For detailed directions from the railway station together with:

  • official, regularly updated travel advice as we negotiate the 2020 season
  • live train times for the nearest train station to the Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery
  • accessibility info at the station
  • a map directing visitors from the station to the museum

please visit the Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery page on the website.

Details of Bus and Rail travel can be found at

No parking on-site but there is plenty of charged public parking available nearby.

Further Information

Photography (without flash or tripod) is permitted in our galleries for your personal use. Items on display which cannot be photographed are marked.

In order to protect our precious paintings, please take off rucksacks and large shoulder bags and carry them below waist height throughout your visit.

Fire Evacuation, if the fire alarm sounds please make your way to the nearest fire exit and follow instructions from members of staff. The main lift will be available for less mobile visitors to use. There are also help phones at various locations in the building so please make use of them if you require assistance.

Smoking is not permitted anywhere on the premises including the courtyard.

For further information please contact us on (01743) 258885