The White Lion Walk is a passage that is in the English town of Guildford. The passage links both of the most-commercial and most-traveled pedestrian streets in the town. The passage is straight, except for a part in the middle where you have to make a small curve to avoid taking the elevator and escalators. The gallery occupies a large space because the roof thereof rises to nearly fifteen meters.
At about four meters high, both the façade and the ceiling are made out of iron and glass, which gives good light, which is so necessary in gray England. The gallery building has two floors in total, these run one after another on both sides of the passage.