Merseyside Maritime Museum, Liverpool

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Merseyside Maritime Museum, Liverpool - Address, Phone Number

Address: Albert Dock Liverpool L3 4AQ, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-1514784499

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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About Merseyside Maritime Museum, Liverpool

A museum built on the role of Liverpool in Trans-Atlantic Slave trade, the Merseyside Maritime Museum is perhaps one of the most heart-touching museums in the country. The exhibits all showcase the city’s rich sailing story with plenty of articles to read and interactive exhibits perfect for children.

Highlights include:

  • Slave trade exhibits
  • Titanic
  • Exhibit of Battle of Atlantic

This museum is a must for all the history buffs and first time visitors.

Merseyside Maritime Museum Information

  • Don’t miss the slavery exhibition.

How To reach Merseyside Maritime Museum by Public Transport

  • Bus: The nearest bus stop is opposite Albert Dock.

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  • The untold story of Titanic and many exciting stories of Liverpool port in the museum. Most of museums are free for everyone. You can donate if you feel to do so

  • We were so lucky, every time we visited the port, any interesting exposition were held there. Once it was historical cars, second time boat race around the world were there. Great!

  • Fantastic place for everyone. My kids really enjoyed all exhibition, especially about WWII and Slavery. Would recommend!

  • Great museum and free. Loved the customs and excise section which had loads of displays of things like ingenious ways people had smuggled stuff into the country. We were tempted in by the Titanic display and that was really interesting as we hadn't realised the Liverpool connection.

  • This museum has multiple sub-exhibitions, so you can choose easily where you want to focus your efforts on. There are many varied subjects from the Titanic to smuggling and slavery. You will not be disappointed.

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