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Everyone welcome – especially unicorns

28 September 2018 by Ann

Unicorns learning about life in the Eighteenth century!

The Lady Lever Art Gallery was named in memory of Lord Lever’s wife Elizabeth and was built to house an art collection to share with Lever’s soap factory workers.  It’s always been about community and inclusion and today is no different.  It’s not uncommon for us to hear parents say they don’t think the gallery is for them as they fear they’ll be too noisy or it’ll go over the kids’ heads.  We’d like to shout from the top of our beautiful glass domes that we love noise, creativity and little ones and we’d love you to come and visit! Read more…

Join us for an afternoon of Dada, Situationism and Photography

3 May 2018 by Ann Bukantas

Cover from the exhibition ‘Dada 1916-1966’, held at the Walker Art Gallery in 1968

It’s always exciting when you get new neighbours, and around a five minute walk from the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool’s newest cultural quarter is stirring! The soon-to-be-launched ‘Fabric District’ is located between London Road and Islington. At its heart is a fabulous new space called The Tapestry http://thetapestry.co.uk/Read more…

What’s on at the Walker during May?

1 May 2018 by Felicity

‘Kaleidoscope’ at the Walker

There’s so much happening at the Walker this month, we thought we’d put it all in one place for you – and a suggest a few highlights that you won’t want to miss! We always recommend checking our website before making a special trip to the Gallery, just in case of any cancellations.

Free tours

Did you know that we hold free lunchtime talks at 1pm on Tuesdays? We’ll have a different talk each week this month. On 8 May, we’ll hear from students at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) School of Art and Design. On 15 May, project curator Bethan Lewis will talk visitors through our latest exhibition, Kaleidoscope: Colour and Sequence in 1960s British Art.

We also hold introductory tours to the Gallery every Wednesday at 3pm. Read more…

Spring into the bank holiday weekend at National Museums Liverpool

27 April 2017 by Laura

Those three little words we all long to hear – bank holiday weekend! Read more…

Free family fun at National Museums Liverpool this half-term

18 October 2016 by Megan

skeleton-blogAre you in for a trick or treat this Halloween at National Museums Liverpool? There is an exciting line up of events and activities for the whole family to enjoy across the museums and galleries this half-term. Join in with spooky lanterns, ghost stories, skeletons and Day of the Dead celebrations. Read more…

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…

A creative summer awaits…

22 July 2015 by Ann

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The school bell has rung for the final time and the kids have come home from school laden with PE kits, awards and enormous smiles.  Now it’s over to you to entertain them for the next SIX weeks…  Read more…



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