Posts tagged with 'UK Border Force'
Seized! is ten years old today! The new Customs & Excise museum opened on 17 May 2008. Previously situated on the ground floor of the Merseyside Maritime Museum, it was redesigned and relocated to a larger gallery space in the basement.
Now known as the Border Force National Museum, it is the only museum of its kind in the country with around 300,000 visitors each year. Read more…
3 May 2017 by Andrew
This week a new forensics display was added to Seized! The border and customs uncovered gallery at Merseyside Maritime Museum. Here, Steve Butler, Curator of the Border Force National Museum Collection explains the lengths criminals go to to smuggle contraband, and the ingenuity of the Border Force in detecting it.
1 October 2015 by Andrew
Seized! The Border and Customs Uncovered is the UK Border Force national museum. Located in Merseyside Maritime Museum’s basement, this week we unveil a new display looking at the work of Border Force Officers who work on passenger control. Read more…
3 August 2015 by Andrew
This Friday 7 August, the Seized! education team host an informal free talk about fakes and counterfeit goods. Using the objects we have on display, learn about where they come from, who produces them and the dangers associated with buying them. Curator Katherine Lloyd writes this special blog on the subject: Read more…