Museum of Liverpool located at Pier Head, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool L3 1DG, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 478 4545

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Katherine O'Connor

5 Google Rating

This is a marvellous place. The history of Liverpool displayed at its finest. Beautiful building b

5/ 5

This is a marvellous place. The history of Liverpool displayed at its finest. Beautiful building both inside and out. Every time we get a chance, we visit here....brings goosebumps, the Blitz exhibition was heart breaking, the Chinese history captivating. We even had a lovely hot chocolate and a butty in the cafe. 10/10

Robert (Rob251)

3 Google Rating

Really enjoyed my time at the museum, there is a lot of items to view and find out about and knowing

3/ 5

Really enjoyed my time at the museum, there is a lot of items to view and find out about and knowing the history of Liverpool and the great contribution towards developing the world around it, the two downsides were the lack of direct guidance on how to experience everything sometimes you have to backtrack to make sure you didn't miss something, more information on the items that are display or even a narrative to the displays. Keep up the good work.

Alan Mitchell

5 Google Rating

Well worth a visit. So interesting. Brilliant exhibits. Particularly the overhead railway section. R

5/ 5

Well worth a visit. So interesting. Brilliant exhibits. Particularly the overhead railway section. Recommended. Its free! But don't forget to make a donation before you leave.

Phil Hogan

5 Google Rating

This is a fantastic museum and it is free! There are alsorts of exhibits from the early ages of ste

5/ 5

This is a fantastic museum and it is free! There are alsorts of exhibits from the early ages of steam, the overhead railway through to modern times talking about recycling. There is masses of things to see and there must be something to please everyone. There are plenty of toilets dotted around and a cafe on the ground floor. Unfortunately when we visited, the shop was closed. I would definitely recommend this museum and would definitely visit again in the future.

Mdoankara

5 Google Rating

Epic museum. Easily spent five hours with a cafe stop. Really good exhibits and displays and each le

5/ 5

Epic museum. Easily spent five hours with a cafe stop. Really good exhibits and displays and each level has the finest views over the Mersey and the pier head buildings. Highly recommended.

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  • Sunday10:00 - 17:00
  • Monday10:00 - 17:00
  • Tuesday10:00 - 17:00
  • Wednesday10:00 - 17:00
  • Thursday10:00 - 17:00
  • Friday10:00 - 17:00
  • Saturday10:00 - 17:00

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