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Museum Of Liverpool

The Museum of Liverpool is the world’s first national museum devoted to the history of a regional city.

The dedicated museum tells the tale of Liverpool from its diverse history to its unique contribution to the world. With exhibitions ranging from the stage where John Lennon and Paul McCartney first met to a life-size Liverbird there is plenty to keep you busy for hours on end.

With more than 6,000 objects, the Museum of Liverpool brilliantly brings Liverpool’s rich heritage to life in an interactive, engaging and accessible manner making it perfect for adults and children alike.

With an extensive exhibitions list and a unique 360º film room, there is always something going on at the Museum of Liverpool.

The unique building has become an integral part of Liverpool’s famous skyline and waterfront with its futuristic shape and exposed glass looking onto the Mersey River, it’s definitely a building you won’t miss.

Experience what it’s really like to be a Liverpudlian in this all-encompassing museum which takes you on a journey through Liverpool’s highs and lows with collections such as ‘Growing up in the City’ and ‘Liverpool Blitz Photographs’.

Museum of Liverpool

The Waterfront Café

Situated on the ground floor of the Museum of Liverpool, The Waterfront Café is the perfect spot to have a cup of coffee and cake. With an indoor seating area as well as an outdoor terrace you can enjoy a number of loving created dished which will see you right through from breakfast to lunch and light snacks in-between there is something for everyone.

Little Liverpool

Perfect for the younger ones, Little Liverpool is a special hands-on gallery for children under the age of six. They can create their very own Liverpool where they dress up as officials such as businessmen, dockers and bin men. The children can build the city through a number of interactive activities and games which help them learn all about out city and its history.

At a Glance:

  • Free entry
  • Craft sessions for families
  • Shop
  • Memorabilia and historic artefacts
  • Onsite restaurant and café
  • School and groups welcome