World Museum liverpool

World Museum located at William Brown St, Liverpool L3 8EN, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 478 4393

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World Museum liverpool
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World Museum liverpool
World Museum liverpool
World Museum liverpool
World Museum liverpool
World Museum liverpool
World Museum liverpool
World Museum liverpool
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Corinne Diable

5 Google Rating

They encourage you to touch certain things and to photograph certain thins to put on social media to

5/ 5

They encourage you to touch certain things and to photograph certain thins to put on social media to share your experience there. It is very child friendly my two and a half year old great grandson loved it. The guides were very professional and were ready to answer questions and were very good with children. There is access for wheelchair users a lift and ramps to visit each display. Well worth the visit.

Keith P Brown

5 Google Rating

With 5 floors of really interesting things to see if in Liverpool do Not miss this one, we sent 4.5

5/ 5

With 5 floors of really interesting things to see if in Liverpool do Not miss this one, we sent 4.5 hours here and didn't even notice the time going by with a planetarium on the top floor, dinosaurs, mummies, live bugs, live fish and the usual museum stuff this is a place not to miss, I would very happily spend hours watching those bugs and fish, the all culture floor is fantastic as well because you can learn how other people live and what they wear from around the globe, this one should not be missed. Enjoy

Lesley Power

5 Google Rating

Visited the world museum with my two daughters. It was cram packed with lots of different displays,

5/ 5

Visited the world museum with my two daughters. It was cram packed with lots of different displays, including a small aquarium area. The section on Egypt was interesting with Mummies on display. I enjoyed walking round the display of world cultures. Wish I’d spent more time here.

Karen Rigby

4 Google Rating

A really great place to visit in Liverpool. Near the Walker Art Gallery and the train station and th

4/ 5

A really great place to visit in Liverpool. Near the Walker Art Gallery and the train station and the Central Library. 5 floors full of fun, not just for children. A great variety of exhibitions to look at and lots of interactive features too. The planetarium at the top is really good, book your tickets at the bottom before you go to the 5th floor as this shows are only on at certain times and it is on a first come first serve basis. It is definitely worth a visit to the Planetarium and is really reasonably priced at £3 for adults and £2 for children. Entrance to the whole of the museum is free

Sam Imbrey

4 Google Rating

I went to the world museum for my son, for him to experience something new. He had a great time, esp

4/ 5

I went to the world museum for my son, for him to experience something new. He had a great time, especially in the bug exhibit which had more that was geared to his age range. I would've liked to have seen more for him, which is why I've dropped a star. The remaining four stars reflect the fun he had with what was there, even if it wasn't all geared at him specifically. I can't fault the museum's facilities or it's range of topics. There's allot to fascinate you - I personally enjoyed the time exhibit.

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