Haworth Art Gallery

Haworth Art Gallery
Haworth Park
Manchester Road




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01254 233782

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Home of Europe's largest public collection of Tiffany Glass, the Haworth Art Gallery was originally called 'Hollins Hill'. It is a Tudor-style Edwardian house designed and built by Walter Brierley, FSA of York, for brother and sister, William and Anne Haworth. It is a fine example of the Arts and Crafts movement and includes an oak pannelled entrance hall, hand crafted decoration and heraldic stained glass windows. The gallery stands in nine acres of parkland.

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Opening hours

Wed-Fri 12.00-17.00
Sat-Sun 12.00-16.30
Bank holidays 14.00-17.00

Closed: Mon (unless a Bank Holiday), Tues

Admission charges


The gallery is home to the world famous collection of 'Favrile' vases, tiles and mosaics from the New York Studios of Louis Comfort Tiffany (1843 - 1933. Our unique Tiffany collection consists of over 140 pieces of hand-made glass.
We also have an excellent collection of mainly 19th Century oil paintings and watercolours.
In addition we run a varied programme of temporary art exhibitions throughout the year.

Collection details

Architecture, Coins and Medals, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Social History

Key artists and exhibits

  • Louis Comfort Tiffany - 'Favrile' art glass
  • Frederic, Lord Leighton
  • Claude Joseph Vernet
  • John Frederick Herring
  • William Shayer
Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
Trench Art Vases created by Accrington PALS

World War One and the Accrington PALS

  • 22 March — 25 May 2014 *on now

The exhibition consists of:
Ground floor room 3 – Interactive room – become a War Artist, create Trench Art or write a postcard home.
Ground floor room 4 – Broadfield School – ‘The Home Front’ – what WW1 was like for the children left at home.
Bell Corridor - Community project - ‘Bloody Hell’. Led by artist Iian Broadley it includes paintings and images created by project participants depicting their interpretation of WW1.
First floor corridor – Commemorative wall of photographs provided by Walter Holmes, plus interpretive WW1 images by international artist, Paul Mason.
First Floor exhibition room - Accrington PALS stories, memorabilia and medals.

Suitable for

  • Any age



Events details are listed below. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all. For events that don't have a specific date see the 'Resources' tab above.
Coloured felt cloth

Felted Brooches

  • 27 April 2014 1-3pm

Join artist Marion Walsh to create your own felted brooch.

Suitable for

  • 18+
  • 16-17


The cost of the workshop is £15 to include all materials.



Musak Hall 2014

  • 16 May 2014 7:30-9:30pm

Performing Arts Students will become modern day celebrities such as Lady Gaga and be transformed into icons of the Music Hall, e.g. Marie Lloyd. The students will spend the day photobombing around Accrington!

The evening event will be staged in the gallery in the form of a Music Hall show where the ‘celebrities’ will sing famous music hall songs but in the style of the ‘celebrity’, e.g. Dizzee Rascal rapping ‘When I’m cleaning Windows’ etc.

The audience will be encouraged to sing along, take photos and up-load to social media and even sketch the proceedings!

Suitable for

  • Any age