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See a Liverpool merchant's amazing paintings.

paintingframebottom - See a Liverpool merchant's amazing paintings. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: Free Time: 1-2 hours
The art collection of George Holt, a Victorian businessman and philanthropist, is on display at his house - Sudley House, on Mossley Hill Road in Liverpool. Discover an extraordinary array of 19th century art, from Turner to Gainsborough - and explore what life was like for the Victorian middle-classes in the industrial North West. Take a look from 10am to 5pm today.
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Welcome to the Skelmersdale edition of A Thing To Do Today: the ultimate curated guide to the best of what to do today in Skelmersdale. From free to cheap to boutique, if you're in and around Skelmersdale, whether you're visiting or a local, A Thing To Do Today is here to help. We specialise in selecting amazing and often little-known attractions, activities and events specifically on and open today, which are ready to see and do in Skelmersdale for anyone feeling curious, creative or cultural. Look at the idea above for something to do today, and get other fabulous things to do by reloading the page. Find out more about the site, or for comments, suggestions, corrections, donations, or to submit your things to do, email john@athingtodotoday.com. Or check out social media @athingtodo.

SKELMERSDALE
LANCASHIRE
53.55024, -2.77348


Sunrise: 04:57
Sunset: 19:32
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