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Hallowe’en Tours in ‘Little Hell’

19 October 2017 by Liz

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Court housing at Pembroke Place

Exploring the history of Pembroke Place has revealed its surprising, fascinating and sometimes gruesome past – which will be featured in special Hallowe’en tours on 30 and 31 October Read more…

October half term

13 October 2017 by Megan

Enjoy October half term over at National Museums Liverpool, we have some spectacular events across all of our Museums and Galleries. Read more…

Five frightful things to do this week

27 October 2016 by Andrew

Join us for creepy crafts and ghoulishly great Halloween activities!

Join us for creepy crafts and ghoulishly great Halloween activities!

Enjoy a spooktacular school holiday this week with fiendishly good events at National Museums Liverpool.

From creepy crafts to a spooky tour, there’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained at our museums and galleries.

Read more…

Here there be witches?

30 October 2015 by Liz

Shoe discovered inside a wall during building works at the Everyman Theatre

Shoe discovered inside a wall during building works at the Everyman Theatre

At the Museum of Liverpool there’s currently a display to celebrate the Everyman Theatre’s year as RIBA Stirling Prize winner. One of the items on display is a shoe which was found inside a wall when the 1975-77 Everyman Theatre building was being demolished. The shoe appears to date from the period of construction in the 1970s, but how and why it was within the wall is shrouded in mystery.

It’s possible that this represents a modern re-invention of a historic practice of placing shoes inside walls of buildings as protection from witches.  Read more…



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