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Celebrate Merseyside Maritime Museum’s 30th birthday this bank holiday!

27 May 2016 by Sam Vaux

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Merseyside Maritime Museum © Tom Adam

The bank holiday is fast approaching and we’re marking 30 years since the Merseyside Maritime Museum opened with two fabulous days of fun for all with family! Join us for a whole host of FREE activities, performances and workshops to celebrate our 30th birthday 80s style on Monday 30 May and Tuesday 31 May! Read more…

Our guide to LightNight

11 May 2016 by Lisa Middleton

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Looking to make plans for Friday 13 May? We’ve got you covered.

Here’s our guide to LightNight at the Walker Art Gallery, International Slavery Museum and Merseyside Maritime Museum.

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School holidays at the Museums

31 March 2016 by Megan

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Craft activities at Lady Lever Art Gallery

It’s school holidays next week which means National Museums Liverpool have a fun-filled two weeks for the little ones.

The Lady Lever Art Gallery has recently reopened its South End galleries and to celebrate have exciting activities for everyone to enjoy. With junk drumming sessions where you can try out some homemade drums, face painting and story time, all the fun is at the Lady Lever on 5 April. Read more…

Your guide to Easter outings

23 March 2016 by Lisa Middleton

CraftsEaster is almost here so time to plan your activities. We’ve got a fantastic line up of exhibitions, free events, and tasty treats for the whole family to enjoy. Read more…



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