Lady Lever Art Gallery
Built by William Hesketh Lever (1851 - 1925) to house the best of his personal collection, the Lady Lever Art Gallery is now regarded as one of the best galleries in Europe. In 2014 we began a restoration project on the south end of the gallery to return the galleries to their original architectural glory. Find out more about the new South End galleries.
The Lady Lever Patrons’ Circle was an exclusive group supporting the development of the south end galleries in the Lady Lever Art Gallery. As the South End Galleries have now opened, the Lady Lever Patrons’ Circle is closed to new members. If you are interested in supporting us, please consider becoming a Patron of National Museums Liverpool.
If you prefer, you can make a general donation to National Museums Liverpool.
This development is supported by:
- Lord Leverhulme’s Charitable Trust
- DCMS/Wolfson Museums & Galleries Improvement Fund
- The Headley Trust
- J Paul Getty Jr Charitable Trust
- Professor Phil Redmond CBE and Mrs Alexis Redmond MBE
- Sir Siegmund Warburg’’s Voluntary Settlement
- 29th May 1961 Charitable Trust
- Andrew and Liz Collinge