Bold new vision for Preston’s Harris Museum



After more than 120 years, Preston’s most eye-catching building is to finally get a front door.
Major plans to open up the city’s Harris Museum, Art Gallery and Library have been unveiled as part of an ambitious £15m “re-imagining” project.
The vision aims to revitalise the iconic building by introducing a brand new front entrance onto the Flag Market and reinstating the Lancaster Road entrance, creating a “unique link” between the square and the Guild Hall.
A multi-million pound bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund is set to be made, and the investment in library, museum and exhibition spaces... read more

 
15 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 32
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