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Mark
Mark
May 8, 2019
Travel to distant continents and ancient civilisations in the amazing galleries. Blast off into space at World Museum’s Planetarium with some brand new shows. Find a rainbow array of beautiful tropical fish at the aquarium. Discover the wonders of the natural world in the award winning Clore Natural…
June
June
July 3, 2019
The World Museum Liverpool in my opinion is one of the best museums outside of London. Entry is free and sessions within the museum need to be booked at reception upon entry. The further sessions are free too but availability is limited so grab your ticket when you enter the museum. There are…
Caroline
Caroline
October 18, 2019
Free entrance. A lof of organised activities for little ones. A lot to see for grownups as well
Thato
Thato
December 5, 2019
One of the best museums in Liverpool
Vicki
Vicki
July 26, 2019
A wonderful old museum with static displays, close to St Georges Hall and the Art Gallery. Entry is free and sessions within the museum need to be booked at reception upon entry. Availability is limited so grab your ticket when you enter the museum. Check out the mummies and the Tibetan Gompa in…

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Liverpool, L3 8EN
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