Myself & 2 children (age 12 & 6) enjoyed a couple of hours here in the summer holidays. Lots of interactive exhibits to keep the kids entertained. Would return.
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Excellent exhibits. Be ready for stairs although I believe lift available. Each floor concentrated on a main topic really informative and comprehensive. On one level there was a local lady doing a tour who was describing her past family life back to her great grandmother...More
First of all, entrance to the Maritime Museum is free, so you've nothin to lose by visiting. Even if maritime history isn't your thing, there are so many interesting exhibits to see here. I had recently read the book Dead Wake about the Lusitania so...More
We spent a couple of hours in the maritime museum and found it very interesting. The sections about the slavery trade and the sailors who fought in the second world war battle of the Atlantic were really good. The background on the Titanic and Lusitania...More
This is a fantastic place to visit-plenty to see and all with interesting stories.Titanic part was great as was the customs part.Also-it's free!!
4 of us visited on a Wednesday afternoon when in Liverpool. Great museum with substantial sections on the Titanic, the Naval role in World War 2, Battle of the Atlantic and the Arctic convoys. Interesting sections also on the development of Liverpool through the ages,...More
Compared to Hamburg's wonderful Maritime Museum, Liverpool's is a poor relation, but it deserves to be visited, and it's free ! The top floor is a fine and honest account of Liverpool's close involvement with the Slave Trade. I particularly liked the way that the...More
This whole museum is free,which is very good in my eyes,we visited the customs exhibition,very interesting,good interactive screens to play with,then we went upstairs to the Titanic exhibition,which is asboutely brilliant information from start to sinking,and then the aftermath of it,it sank in 2hrs 40...More