Merseyside Maritime MuseumCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: Albert Dock Liverpool L3 4AQ, United Kingdom
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +44-1514784499
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Tourist Center, Family And Kids
Merseyside Maritime Museum - Review
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.
- Slave trade exhibits
- 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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Things to Know Before Visiting Merseyside Maritime Museum
78.13% of people who visit Liverpool include Merseyside Maritime Museum in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
56.23% of people start their Merseyside Maritime Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Merseyside Maritime Museum
71.26% of people prefer walking in order to reach Merseyside Maritime Museum
Merseyside Maritime Museum Trips
Merseyside Maritime Museum, Liverpool Reviews
Visited for the Pirates and parrot's show, it was enjoyed by all. Had a very quick look round, will be back when I have more time to wonder around. Cafe and toilet facilities are great.
A great day out for all the family. We have been sever times now and each time there is something new to see. Great gift shop to.
Nicely located in renovated Albert Docks building. Several floors on Liverpool’s maritime history. Rather repetitious layout; room after room of ships, paintings, & other nautical stuff. No sense of historical order. Also, the usual, endless, emphasis on disasters like Lusitania and Titanic. I was a little disappointed.
We visited the Maritime museum in August on Slave Remembrance Day. The International Slavery Museum opened in 2007 and is the only one in the world to focus on the Slave Trade and it legacies. It’s an amazing place with lots to see and history on the 2nd World War, also films and artefacts from the Titanic and other ships throughout history. Their stories are told here. There is also a tea room, a bit pricey but still nice and downstairs is a shop filled with lots of goodies and keepsakes
My favourite museum here in Liverpool...The Titanic expedition Lusitania and Atlantic warfare exhibition top class and all free...Keep up the good work guys really enjoyed it!