McClelland Gallery + Sculpture Park
The McClelland Gallery was established in 1971 under the terms of the Will of Annie May (Nan) McClelland in honour of her brother Harry McClelland, an artist and philanthropist who owned the property and played an instrumental role in the development of the arts community in Victoria.
Harry's studio is still to be found in the grounds of the McClelland Gallery+Sculpture Park, which apart from the gallery complex, houses the community art groups of the McClelland Guild of Artists, the McClelland Spinners and Weavers, The Peninsula Woodturners Guild and the Frankston and Peninsula Lapidary Club.
You can also check McClelland Gallery Café and hangout there with your friends.
Tuesday - Sunday
10 am - 5pm (closed Mondays)
Tickets: Entry by donation.
How to get there:
Travelling by car
McClelland Sculpture Park+Gallery is a 40 minute drive from Melbourne's CBD along the Eastlink and Peninsula Link Freeways. Drivers can turn off at either the Skye Road or Cranbourne-Frankston exits to get to 390 McClelland Drive. FREE parking is available on-site
Visitors can catch the Frankston metro Train. A Taxi rank is located at Frankston Station, prices range from $13.00 - $15.00 to McClelland (approximately a 10 minute drive). Or Bus numbers 789, 790, 791 leave from Frankston Station and stop at the corner of McClelland Drive and Cranbourne/Frankston Rd. From there it is a 15 minute walk north along McClelland Drive to McClelland Gallery+Sculpture Park.
Ratings & Reviews
McClelland Gallery + Sculpture Park - Open / Closed
- SUN open
- MON closed
- TUE open
- WED open
- THU open
- FRI open
- SAT open
Details may change at any time. Please verify with the event coordinator or venue before making plans or arrangements. If you see a mistake, report any inaccurate information here