Penrith Regional Gallery
A beautiful gallery set in heritage gardens - explore a dynamic mix of exhibitions, workshops and events. The Penrith Regional Gallery and Lewers Bequest is one of Australia's most beautiful regional galleries.
The Gallery is set on the Nepean River and in the former home of sculptor Gerald Lewers and his wife Margo Lewers, a well-known artist.
The Gallery presents a dynamic and interesting mix of exhibitions, workshops and other programs.
Cafe at Lewers is set in the heritage gardens and is the perfect spot to enjoy a delicious meal. The café is open for breakfast, lunch, morning and afternoon tea.
Exhibitions are free, check their website for details. Open seven days.
Penrith Regional Gallery is located along the Great River Walk on the Emu Plains side of the Nepean River.
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