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possibly the smallest art gallery in our solar system

This brilliant idea - converting an iconic phone box into an art gallery - was a genial one. There... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
mikkjel_dag
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Settle, United Kingdom
A bit of a shock!

Popped by to see the new exhibition and was a bit shocked to see rather a lot of naked ladies on... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Anne C
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Skipton
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Possibly the smallest art gallery in the world, in a converted BT telephone kiosk on the Green in Settle, North Yorkshire, England
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1 The Green, Yorkshire Dales National Park, Settle BD24 9HL, England
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This brilliant idea - converting an iconic phone box into an art gallery - was a genial one. There are regular changes to the displays, and a book for visitors' comments.

1  Thank mikkjel_dag
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Popped by to see the new exhibition and was a bit shocked to see rather a lot of naked ladies on horseback ! Not what you’d expect in sleepy Settle, but hey ho! Would put a smile on a few faces!

1  Thank Anne C
Reviewed 8 October 2017

A very quirky gallery, housed in a telephone box that professes to be the smallest gallery in the world. Great imagination and it certainly gets the smile factor. Well done Settle Council for buying this iconic box in 2009. Doesn't take long to view the...More

3  Thank davidwilliambarnes
Reviewed 6 October 2017

Bigger in than out, this quirky little gem is guaranteed to raise a smile. The more you look, the more you see, as one piece after another catches the eye, not least the view and setting itself. Perhaps for me, the biggest jolt was that...More

2  Thank Brimble
Reviewed 28 September 2017

The gallery is housed in a phone box! Displays are changed periodically. Any donations given go partly toward the upkeep and the remainder to charity. A lovely idea

1  Thank Vincent A
Reviewed 13 August 2017

Of course it is worth seeing something as unusual as the smallest art gallery in the world. It is also worth popping along here simply to enjoy this idyllic, peaceful part of Settle. After you've spent a couple of minutes going round the art gallery...More

1  Thank johnhouston2
Reviewed 16 July 2017

We're lucky enough to live within walking distance of this little gem of a gallery. Always something interesting on show - at the moment a long awaited return of the "Moth man". Some amazing pictures of moths......I'll never view them in the same light again,...More

Thank sueevie
Reviewed 18 June 2017

This has got to be the smallest art gallery I have ever been to. It is free . It is a phone box full of miniature paintings and an elaborate mosaic floor.

1  Thank Mickeyjohn
Reviewed 6 June 2017

The Galley on the Green in Upper Settle (5 min walk fro town centre) is housed in an iconic phone box designed by Sir Giles Gilbert in 1935. It is believed that the Gallery is the smallest public art gallery in the world. It is...More

1  Thank Ronald D
Reviewed 24 March 2017 via mobile

Frequently changing exhibitions by local artists. Always something different. Quirky, but interesting use of old phone box.

1  Thank Michael G
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