Peter Scott Gallery
Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster
Lancaster’s Peter Scott Gallery presents a varied programme of temporary exhibitions and associated talks. Admission is free of charge and everyone is welcome. The art gallery holds the most significant collection of Royal Lancastrian ceramics in Britain, which is on permanent display in the John Chambers Ceramics Room.
The gallery houses Lancaster University’s international art collection, which includes Japanese and Chinese art, antiquities, works by twentieth century British artists and prints by significant European artists such as Dürer, Miró, Ernst and Vasarely.
The collection is not on permanent display but a number of works are shown every year as part of changing exhibitions. Please contact the gallery for information about works currently on display or to view items by appointment.
John Chambers Ceramics Room
The John Chambers Ceramics Room is currently closed while we work with the Pilkington’s Pottery Society to re-display our Pilkington's Tile and Pottery Company ceramics.
The new displays will give a history of the collection as told through the individual pieces and highlight the many significant and beautiful items we hold. Thank you for your patience while we carry out this work.
Details and re-opening dates will be posted here or you can sign up to our mailing list to receive updates direct to your inbox.
Visiting our Lancaster Gallery
Is your gallery based in Lancaster?
We are based 3 miles outside the centre of Lancaster on the Lancaster University campus. Once on campus you'll find the Peter Scott Gallery within the Great Hall complex. Find out more about our Lancaster location, parking and facilities.
When are the opening times of the exhibitions?
During exhibitions the Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster is open Monday - Friday 12-5pm. Outside these times please contact the gallery on 01524 594755 or via email@example.com
What art exhibitions do you have currently on display?
For further information on all our exhibitions and events visit What's On at the Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster