The Parsonage is currently closed to the public until further notice
All exhibitions scheduled for 2020 have now been cancelled. We will contact exhibitors about rescheduling when we know what's happening next year.
In 1919, Fletcher Moss left his house and gardens to the City of Manchester, and the Parsonage became the Fletcher Moss Museum and Art Gallery. One of the original aims of the Didsbury Parsonage Trust has been to keep the concept of art exhibitions alive in the Parsonage by encouraging local artists to exhibit their work here.
The amazing artwork contributed by St Wilfrid's CE, Didsbury CE Primary and West Didsbury CE Primary is in Gallery 3. To see it, click below:
Beautiful and creative artworks by the pupils of Beaver Road Primary,
The Birches and Broad Oak Primary are on display in Gallery 1. Download presentations here:
In Gallery 2, the stunning colourful work from Moor Allerton Preparatory School and Lancasterian Primary are on display. You can see them here: