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A friendship was forged and history was made.

24 August 2016 by Laura

Stage

St. Peter’s Church Hall stage

Sometimes there is no mistaking which objects belong in a museum’s collection. The object may not be particularly old. It needn’t be ornate or fragile. It might look to anyone else like a very ordinary thing. But if it tells a story, that’s interesting. If it tells a story which has repercussions across the world, that is very interesting. Read more…

Museum of Liverpool reaches Window with a View finals

17 August 2016 by Laura

Large window

View from The People’s Republic in Museum of Liverpool. Image Ant Clausen

We are thrilled to have won the regional competition and now be the North West’s entry for the UK’s Best Window with a View. The race is now on for an overall winner so we’re asking for your help again! Read more…

Love our Liver birds

15 August 2016 by Laura

Girl and bird sculpture

Life-sized Liver bird looking out of our window

We know them so well. They appear all around the city, sometimes in the most unexpected of places. They have become part of the fabric of the place, so much so that perhaps we don’t always appreciate them but that is all due to change this week as we celebrate our wonderful, unique and inspirational Liver birds! Read more…

Liverpool in Cinema

20 July 2016 by Laura

Cinema illustration

Liverpool in Cinema

The Liverpool Small Cinema is hosting a two day programme of screenings and discussions this weekend, which ask us to think about Liverpool old and new through film. Read more…

Room with a View

19 July 2016 by Laura

Large window

View from The People’s Republic in Museum of Liverpool. Image   © Ant Clausen

We’ve always thought the view from our window was pretty special but we’re thrilled to find out others agree. Read more…

Flamenco guitar at the Lady Lever Art Gallery

7 July 2016 by Laura

Man playing guitar

Hear Flamenco guitar on gallery

We can’t promise you Spanish sunshine but we can provide the beautiful, evocative sound of Spanish guitar in a programme of free events for all the family, inspired by our latest exhibition, Picasso Linocuts from the British Museum. Read more…

Have a happy Father’s Day at National Museums Liverpool!

15 June 2016 by Laura

Museum exterior

Last chance to see Merseyside Maritime Museum’s ‘On the Waterfront’.

Dads can be so difficult to buy for. Three times a year – birthday, Father’s Day and Christmas – I find myself agonising over what to get the man who says he doesn’t actually want anything anyway.

Our venues have some cool gift ideas but if you’re also looking for some inspiration on how to spend the day, then look no further, we’ve got a few suggestions! Read more…

Win a signed Pre-Raphaelites: Beauty and Rebellion exhibition catalogue

26 May 2016 by Laura

Book

Exhibition catalogue © David Jones Photography

There is just over a week left to catch Pre-Raphaelites: Beauty and Rebellion at the Walker Art Gallery. To celebrate its successful run we are delighted to be giving away a signed exhibition catalogue. Read more…

Behind the scenes with Hagrid’s bike

25 May 2016 by Laura

Bike

Hagrid’s bike on display at Museum of Liverpool until 9 June 2016

Many of you will have seen by now that we have a rather magical piece of film history currently on display in Museum of Liverpool.

It’s a flying visit by Hagrid’s motorbike and sidecar from the film ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1’, before it zooms away on 9 June. Read more…

Little learners festival at Museum of Liverpool

12 May 2016 by Laura

mother and toddler playing with activities in the Little Liverpool gallery

Little Learners festival at Museum of Liverpool. Image © Mark McNulty

Babbling babies, inquisitive pre-schoolers and even tantruming toddlers are all welcome to the Museum of Liverpool next week! Read more…



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