The Granary Gallery host an annual programme of exhibitions from modern and contemporary British artists and artworks from national art collections to Berwick.

The Granary Gallery 


The Granary Gallery is part of a collection of three venues managed by The Maltings (Berwick) Trust Ltd, including the Gymnasium Gallery and The Maltings Theatre.


The Granary Gallery can be found on the 2nd Floor of Berwick YHA off Dewar’s Lane and houses a temporary programme of exhibitions throughout the year with a focus on modern British art and artists who have been inspired by Northumberland and the Scottish borders


Previous exhibitions have included Scottish Colourists from The Fleming Collection, Turner: Northern Exposure, The Glasgow Boys & Girls and LS Lowry in Berwick & Northumberland.


Originally known as Dewar’s Lane Granary, the building was built 1769, part of a densely-packed concentration of narrow streets and alleyways within Berwick’s Elizabethan Quay Walls. It was badly damaged by fire early in 1815 , but continued to be used as a granary up until 1985 before it fell into disrepair.


It was refurbished by Berwick-upon-Tweed Preservation Trust and re-opened in 2010 with a youth hostel, bistro, seminar and meeting rooms and the Granary Gallery.



Find out more about the individual venues and current exhibitions here:


The Gymnasium Gallery, Berwick Barracks, The Parade, Berwick-upon-Tweed TD15 1DF

Open Wednesday – Sunday, 11am-4pm April to October during exhibitions. Check website for up to date details.