You will need a good few hours to really appreciate the history of this outstanding and diverse city. Very interesting exhibits and will definately be heading back soon.
Spent a good few hours looking around this museum. Started on the top floor with excellent views over the river and the city. The displays were well thought out and there is a good flow throughout. Did not visit the cafe but food looked good. Would definitely visit again as lots to see and do.
Great place for all the family showing all of Liverpool life from early life to the present day. Well worth a viewing
There are changing displays in this new building on the waterfront, along with the permanent ones such as the Liverpool Overhead railway. We specifically visited for the April Ashley collection which was an example of the very high quality and inclusive attitude that this museum has at its centre.
Liverpool's "Fourth Grace" is a fantastic example of the best of modern architecture. I gather it is the first museum of its type, devoted to the history and culture of a regional city and there are some interesting things to see. I do feel the arrangement of the displays is a little random and I would rather see a story,... More
Only having a short time to visit, for an hour before heading off to the derby match, it seemed appropriate to spend most of it viewing the soccer video show (well balanced and, obviously, I sat on a blue seat). I also took in most of the soccer displays, which pleasingly included Tranmere Rovers on more or less equal footing.... More
After all the hype about this new museum I took my 11 year old granddaughter to see it. We travelled by train which was just as well given the absence of parking facilities.The building is undeniably impressive and in a great location. However I felt it took minimalism to an unnecessary degree, all the more so as I had heard... More
Fascinating museum - we could have spent hours there had it not been for the issue of parking. If you are a Blue Badge holder, be warned - you need to book a space IN ADVANCE! We didn't know and had trouble finding suitable parking nearby. Lots to see and learn, beautiful views over the Mersey and a nice café... More
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