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The stunning new Museum of Liverpool is the world’s first national museum devoted to the history of a regional city, demonstrating Liverpool’s unique contribution to the world. This fantastic, free family day includes the stage where John Lennon and...more
All reviews overhead railway top floor all ages three floors modern building well worth a visit free entry interactive exhibits ono couple of hours few hours rainy day john lennon great city pier head albert dock great place to visit
I did not plan to visit the museum but we were walking in that area and the building itself is so beautiful that you're attracted inside! I like everything is inside, the history of Liverpool, an amazing section dedicate to history of Pride and LGBT...More
We’d not gone to Liverpool to purposely visit, but decided to have a mooch, & more than glad we did.
It was really interesting place, lots of information regarding Liverpool, as you’d expect, along with a small display on Phil Redmond (Grange Hill, Hollyoaks) in...More
Great museum. The John & Yoko exhibition was the primary draw card for us. It’s on until 22 April 2019 and is well worth seeing; a great piece of history across 1966 - 1980.
For more about the history of Liverpool, the museum sections on...More
A very pleasant place to relax and enjoy your tea or coffee accompanied by a bowl of hot and tasty soup and a roll. The food is fresh and reasonably priced and the view of the three graces Royal Liver, Cunard & Port of Liverpooll...More
The museum is essentially free, however a voluntary donation can be made (recommended at £4). There are three floors covering various aspects of Liverpool's history, from the now defunct overhead railway, to the part the port played in Britain's empire building. There was a special...More
Always such a pleasure to visit this treasure trove of a Museum.... from early civilisation to the height and decline of Liverpool as one of the busiest ports in the world.... all exhibited here... I was particularly interested this time in the railway.... state of...More
Spent a few hours there, could have done with longer we didn't realize how much of interest would be in there. Very helpful staff, so much of interest there. They also had a John Lennon exhibition on up stairs, which is on until April, it...More