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Lady Lever Art Gallery
Lady Lever Art Gallery
Walker Art Gallery
The Walker Art Gallery
Liverpool Museum
Liverpool Museum
National Museums

National Museums Liverpool is England’s only national collection based outside London. These consist of eight unique venues and are home to fabulously varied collections covering everything from social history to space travel, entomology to ethnology, dinosaurs to docks, arts to archaeology.

World Museum Liverpool

Museum of Liverpool is one of Britain's finest museums, with extensive collections and special attractions including the award-winning hands-on Natural History Centre and the Planetarium. The museum has recently undergone extensive refurbishment in order to double the size of the display spaces, making even more of the collections accessible for visitors. Major new galleries include World Cultures, the Bug House and the Weston Discovery Centre. A central entrance hall and six-storey atrium opened in 2008. On reopening after this refurbishment and extension the museum's name changed from it's previous title of 'Liverpool Museum', which it has held since its establishment at its current William Brown Street site in 1860.

Open every day 10am - 5pm Free Entry!

 Seized! Border & Customs Uncovered
Seized! The Border and Customs Uncovered, Museum tells the exciting story of smuggling and contraband from the 1700s to the present day. The museum holds the national collection of the Department of Customs and Excise, one of the most important collections of its type held anywhere in the world.

Open every day 10am - 5pm Free Entry!


 Lady Lever Art Gallery
Sunlight Soap magnate William Hesketh Lever, the first Lord Leverhulme, founded the Lady Lever Art Gallery in 1922 and dedicated it to the memory of his wife. Set in the attractive garden village of Port Sunlight, Merseyside, England, also created by Lord Lever, the gallery is famous for its British 18th century and 19th century paintings, 18th century furniture and an outstanding collection of Wedgwood.

The Lady Lever Art Gallery holds one of the most beautiful collections of fine and decorative arts in the country. It was founded in 1922 by William Hesketh Lever, the first Lord Leverhulme, in memory of his wife. The gallery displays works collected by Leverhulme throughout his life. British 18th and 19th century painting, 18th century furniture and outstanding collections of Wedgwood and Chinese porcelain are among the treasures on show.

Open every day 10am - 5pm Free Entry!


 Sudley House

Sudley House, Aigburth, Liverpool, England is an art gallery which contains the collection of George Holt in its original setting. It includes work by Thomas Gainsborough, Joshua Reynolds, Edwin Landseer and J. M. W. Turner. It was all bequeathed by his daughter Emma Holt to the city in 1944. It is now run by National Museums Liverpool.

Sudley House contains fabulous works by Gainsborough, Reynolds, Landseer and Turner, all displayed amongst original Victorian décor. The house itself is surrounded by pleasant gardens and parkland. A visit to Sudley House is a step back in time to an oasis of calm and beauty.

 Walker Art Gallery
The Walker is the major art gallery of Liverpool, which houses one of the largest art collections in England, outside of London, causing some to refer to it as "the National Gallery of the North". Located on William Brown Street (the only street in the UK to consist of nothing other than Museums, Galleries and Libraries) in a neo-Classical building, the gallery was opened in 1877.

Today it houses a varied collection including many Italian and Netherlandish paintings from 1350–1550, European art from 1550–1900 including works by Rembrandt, Poussin and Degas, 18th and 19th century British art, including a major collection of Victorian painting and many Pre-Raphaelite works, a wide collection of prints, drawings and watercolours, 20th century works by artists such as Lucian Freud, David Hockney and Gilbert and George and one of the most important sculpture collections outside London.

Open every day 10am - 5pm Free Entry!

Merseyside Maritime Museum

Liverpool’s seafaring heritage brought to life in the historic Albert Dock. The museum’s collections reflect the international importance of Liverpool as a gateway to the world, including the city’s role in the transatlantic slave trade and emigration, the merchant navy and the Titanic.

The Merseyside Maritime Museum tells the history of one of the world's greatest ports and the people who used it. For many it was a gateway to a new life in other countries.

Open every day 10am - 5pm Free Entry!

 Museum of Liverpool
The museum tells the story of the people of Liverpool, their culture and contribution to our national life. You can explore the city's rich history, heritage, communities and industries. Interactive displays bring to life the workers, soldiers, entertainers and ordinary people who have made Liverpool such a remarkable city.

Open every day 10am - 5pm Free Entry!

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