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World Museum

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World Museum Liverpool is a fantastic family day out! Over five free floors explore: the aquarium and the Treasure House Theatre; the natural world in the Clore Natural History Centre and Bug House; the human world in the World Cultures gallery and...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Liverpool Museum William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EN, England
Central Liverpool
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+44 151 478 4393
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All reviewsterracotta armynatural historyan aquariumancient egyptbug housefive floorsegyptian exhibitionpicnic areatime sloton displayshort filmwell worth a visitall ageshalf termtop floorfew hoursgreat for kids
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Reviewed today via mobile

We travelled from London to see this exhibition and were sadly disappointed by the poor way it was organised and curated. The story and artefacts are fascinating but from the minute you are herded unnecessarily into a small theatre for a waste of time introduction...More

Thank Marion M
Reviewed today

I've been to China's First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors twice. I'd say its an equal to any exhibition in the big London museums at a similar price. It could easily have simply played to the six Terracotta Warriors but the other exhibits are really...More

Thank MarkC8820
Reviewed today

Enjoyed very much the hour spent looking around the exhibits - it was a bit crowded but despite this had a good view of the terracotta soldiers and the other exhibits.

Thank Anne W
Reviewed today via mobile

My brother got tickets for us to come and visit the exhibit of the Terracotta Warriors. We travelled down from Scotland to see it especially. We were amazed at this amazing, colourful, informative assault on the senses. As you start there’s a wee film to...More

Thank Kirsty O
Reviewed today

Very well laid out exhibits with very good and plenty of interesting information about this particular period of China’s history.The museum itself is a great place to visit.

Thank larkin2001
Reviewed yesterday

was in here last week its an amazing museum free to enter and lots to see the egyptian collection is amazing ! well worth visiting

Thank steve1954Liverpool
Reviewed yesterday

Visited to see the terracotta warriors display, it was amazing, the whole experience was great., good introduction and very well managed not overcrowded.

Thank Nigel H
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Well laid out, dramatic and exciting. Plenty of information and a great slice of history. Loved it and would recommend.

Thank Rampikino
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Really good and worth a visit if you are still able to get tickets. My only negative is that even though there are time slots they do tend to overlap and this causes a bit of chaos and everyone wanting to see the statues at...More

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Reviewed yesterday

I visited the museum last week with my daughter and had booked a day and time months in advance to see the terracotta warriors exhibition, we stayed at the premier inn Aintree which was convenient to park our car and has a Merseyrail station across...More

Thank Alastair g
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RallucaC
23 September 2018|
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Response from Floss25 | Reviewed this property |
We went on Friday and there is a kiosk at the museum where you can buy them without booking on the website. We also had trouble booking in advance on the website so decided to risk it instead
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tiss_steve_bailey
26 August 2018|
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Response from rogereve w | Reviewed this property |
Hi I bought them through the museum site but think there are only evening ones available and limited days.
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jayp3332017
21 August 2018|
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Response from balawaya | Reviewed this property |
its roughly about an hour to an hour and a half its according to how long you stop at each item and how long you spend at each item
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