World class museum in the heart of Birmingham city centre.

As seen on TV

As seen on BBC Four's Britain's Lost Masterpieces with Dr Bendor Grosvenor and Emma Dabiri.

See the newly attributed work by Jan Breughel the Elder, and a landscape previously thought to be made by Thomas Gainsborough. 

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The collection is one of the city’s greatest cultural assets and a priceless resource for learning, engagement and creativity. 

Most areas of the collection are Designated as being of national importance.


Birmingham Museums Trust holds the most important collection of Pre-Raphaelite art anywhere in the world, numbering over 3000 paintings, drawings, prints and examples of decorative art and design. 

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The Birmingham School of Art gallery offers an opportunity to discover the vibrant, progressive work produced in the city at the turn of the 19th century by artists including the tempera painter Joseph Southall, painter and metalworker Arthur Gaskin, and women artists and makers including Georgie Gaskin and Kate Bunce.

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Discover Birmingham’s magnificent collection of Baroque art. Dramatic artistic styles appeared in 17th Century Europe against a backdrop of religious, political and cultural change. Exciting subjects like still-life, landscape and portraiture all developed during this period and an emerging middle-class created an entirely different market for painting.

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Discover the many faiths that make up Birmingham’s rich and diverse community and explore how different faiths have influenced and shaped the city. Uncover sacred objects used in religious practice and explore the role of faith in places of worship at home, and within our journey through life.

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Birmingham's art gallery is one of those hidden treasures waiting for you to discover.
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