New Adelphi Exhibition Gallery

Photograph of building taken from a low level outside. The floor in the foreground is made up of black and white squares. The building has a protruding cantilever and is mainly made up of glass windows.

The University of Salford has been collecting artworks since the late 1960s and exists for the benefit of staff, students and the public. The Collection contains over 700 items which are stored and displayed on campus and are available for loan to museums and galleries in the UK and internationally.

Venue Type:

Gallery

Opening hours

Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm (closed bank holidays)

Admission charges

Free of charge

Getting there

From Salford Crescent train station
Direct services run to and from Manchester Airport, Manchester Piccadilly and Victoria, as well as Blackpool, Bolton, Buxton, Blackburn, Southport, Preston and Lancaster. When you exit the station at the main door, turn left and then left again to walk down the slope (University Road). You will be able to see New Adelphi (the large grey building) ahead of you to the right.
When you reach the roundabout at the bottom of University Road, bear right to head towards New Adelphi, until you are standing in front of the covered area. Turn right and walk towards the main entrance, which you will find halfway along the building.

By bus
8, 12, 26, 31, 32, X34, 36, 37, 38, 50, X61, 67, 100 The number 50 runs every 10-15 minutes between East Didsbury and MediaCityUK via the New Adelphi Building. Alight from the bus at the main campus stop on The Crescent – you will either be outside the Old Fire Station if on a bus heading towards Salford, and outside the Salford Museum and Art Gallery if on a bus heading towards Manchester. If outside the Old Fire Station, cross the road so you are on the same side as the museum.
Head towards the main entrance to the museum (this is on the left hand side of the building, at the front). When you reach the entrance, walk down the sloped footpath ahead of you to the left (between the museum entrance and the Peel Park Campus sign). Walk down the slope and continue along the footpath between the two car parks. At the end of the path, turn left and continue forward until you reach a pedestrian zone on the right, across the road. Enter this pedestrian zone and you will be able to see New Adelphi (the large grey building) ahead of you. Continue forward until you reach the building. You can either enter through the main entrance to the left (wheelchair accessible) or continue down the side of the building and use the stairs to your left.

From Irwell Place Car Park // M5 4WT // location code for PayByPhone 59325
Exit the car park and walk along Irwell Place until you reach the main, four-lane road (The Crescent). Cross the road using the pedestrian crossing with traffic island. Turn left and walk towards the main campus. Just after you pass the large red ‘Ambition’ sign, turn right. Walk towards the Maxwell Building Central Reception, then cross the road using the zebra crossing at the bottom of the steps.

Walk past Maxwell Hall on your right and turn the corner. Head towards the Salford Museum and Art Gallery, which you will see in front of you, using the zebra crossing to cross the road. Walk along the path with the museum car park to your right, heading towards Peel Building (the large red building ahead of you).

At the end of the path, cross the road at the entrance to the museum and walk down the sloped footpath ahead of you to the left (between the museum entrance and the Peel Park Campus sign). Walk down the slope and continue along the footpath between the two car parks. At the end of the path, turn left and continue forward until you reach a pedestrian zone on the right, across the road. Enter this pedestrian zone and you will be able to see New Adelphi (the large grey building) ahead of you. Continue forward until you reach the building. You can either enter through the main entrance to the left (wheelchair accessible) or continue down the side of the building and use the stairs to your left.

Parking
The building does not have dedicated parking, however there is a car park located on the other side of the A6/Crescent. Walking distance from Irwell Place car park to the New Adelphi Building is 7 minutes or 0.3 miles.
Parking is chargeable 7 days a week between the hours of 9am – 6pm. After 6pm, parking is free. Please note: all university car parks us the PayByPhone App, Irwell Place has an optional Pay and Display machine.
Location code for PayByPhone 59325
The Cockcroft Building carpark contains 5 Blue Badge bays, and is within 200m of the New Adelphi Building.

Getting there

From Salford Crescent train station
Direct services run to and from Manchester Airport, Manchester Piccadilly and Victoria, as well as Blackpool, Bolton, Buxton, Blackburn, Southport, Preston and Lancaster. When you exit the station at the main door, turn left and then left again to walk down the slope (University Road). You will be able to see New Adelphi (the large grey building) ahead of you to the right.
When you reach the roundabout at the bottom of University Road, bear right to head towards New Adelphi, until you are standing in front of the covered area. Turn right and walk towards the main entrance, which you will find halfway along the building.

By bus
8, 12, 26, 31, 32, X34, 36, 37, 38, 50, X61, 67, 100 The number 50 runs every 10-15 minutes between East Didsbury and MediaCityUK via the New Adelphi Building. Alight from the bus at the main campus stop on The Crescent – you will either be outside the Old Fire Station if on a bus heading towards Salford, and outside the Salford Museum and Art Gallery if on a bus heading towards Manchester. If outside the Old Fire Station, cross the road so you are on the same side as the museum.
Head towards the main entrance to the museum (this is on the left hand side of the building, at the front). When you reach the entrance, walk down the sloped footpath ahead of you to the left (between the museum entrance and the Peel Park Campus sign). Walk down the slope and continue along the footpath between the two car parks. At the end of the path, turn left and continue forward until you reach a pedestrian zone on the right, across the road. Enter this pedestrian zone and you will be able to see New Adelphi (the large grey building) ahead of you. Continue forward until you reach the building. You can either enter through the main entrance to the left (wheelchair accessible) or continue down the side of the building and use the stairs to your left.

From Irwell Place Car Park // M5 4WT // location code for PayByPhone 59325
Exit the car park and walk along Irwell Place until you reach the main, four-lane road (The Crescent). Cross the road using the pedestrian crossing with traffic island. Turn left and walk towards the main campus. Just after you pass the large red ‘Ambition’ sign, turn right. Walk towards the Maxwell Building Central Reception, then cross the road using the zebra crossing at the bottom of the steps.

Walk past Maxwell Hall on your right and turn the corner. Head towards the Salford Museum and Art Gallery, which you will see in front of you, using the zebra crossing to cross the road. Walk along the path with the museum car park to your right, heading towards Peel Building (the large red building ahead of you).

At the end of the path, cross the road at the entrance to the museum and walk down the sloped footpath ahead of you to the left (between the museum entrance and the Peel Park Campus sign). Walk down the slope and continue along the footpath between the two car parks. At the end of the path, turn left and continue forward until you reach a pedestrian zone on the right, across the road. Enter this pedestrian zone and you will be able to see New Adelphi (the large grey building) ahead of you. Continue forward until you reach the building. You can either enter through the main entrance to the left (wheelchair accessible) or continue down the side of the building and use the stairs to your left.

Parking
The building does not have dedicated parking, however there is a car park located on the other side of the A6/Crescent. Walking distance from Irwell Place car park to the New Adelphi Building is 7 minutes or 0.3 miles.
Parking is chargeable 7 days a week between the hours of 9am – 6pm. After 6pm, parking is free. Please note: all university car parks us the PayByPhone App, Irwell Place has an optional Pay and Display machine.
Location code for PayByPhone 59325
The Cockcroft Building carpark contains 5 Blue Badge bays, and is within 200m of the New Adelphi Building.

New Adelphi Exhibition Gallery
New Adelphi Building
University of Salford
niversity Road West
Salford
Greater Manchester
M5 4BR
England

Website

https://artcollection.salford.ac.uk/

E-mail

artcollection@salford.ac.uk

Telephone

0161 295 4436

All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. Please remember to double check opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit.
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