The Museum of Liverpool tells the story of Liverpool in a stunning new building on Liverpool’s historic waterfront. It celebrates the city and its rich heritage with a range of bold and emotive collections and quality exhibitions. The Museum has had a huge impact on Liverpool, attracting thousands of visitors, and helping to raise the city’s profile as a tourist destination. 10,000 local people were involved in developing the content and with free admission, the Museum is accessible to all members of the community.
- Liverpool’s Overhead Railway was the first electric elevated railway in the world. It closed on 30 December 1956 af… t.co/ZIjwiVo7LZ
- We are very proud of our inspirational Director of Museums, @JanetDugdale. Janet has been committed to the Museum… t.co/wyxqbrRFev
- We are pleased to be one of the hosts for LGBT History Month again this year @LGBTHM You can find the full program… t.co/kGl9LXSrm2
- 'Liverpool is burning!' We have a new addition to our Tales from the the city exhibition. The @HouseOfSuarez Vogue… t.co/HJstyBVc1m
- Year 1 had a fantastic day at the @MuseumLiverpool learning about toys through time. We compared older toys to new… t.co/P7E2ETXRzY