Visited the museum on the day the uk border force team was there. We got the opportunity to meet Karen the dog handler and sally her black Labrador, we enjoyed her talk and would definitely like to visit again soon.
About Merseyside Maritime Museum
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Could have spent much more time in here than we did - and that was quite a long time! We didn't manage to see everything and will certainly be back and hope to do the wet dock tour next time.
This is my favourite of Liverpool's museums. The city's rich maritime history is brought to life from early beginnings up to the present day. I was worried my niece and nephew would get a little bored but it more than kept them entertained. The slavery...More
We arranged to go on this tour on Wednesday 14th February and we had a very interesting and informative time. The two tour guides were wonderful, I hope that Liverpool councillors are aware of how well these two people help to promote life in Liverpool.The...More
Set over 4 floors this museum is great, there is an exhibition of slavery, The Lusitania and The Titanic. My favourite was the titanic, so much detail and very sobering, especially seeing the passenger lists highlighting the loss of life, made all the more poignant...More
Liverpool have really 'got' museums, kids activity sheets on every floor, attentive staff, great displays and a smashing little café. If you visit on certain days you can join an underground tour of Liverpool first dock, which is quite fab! Oh, and like the other...More
Very interesting Titanic "exhibition". Does not hide the "horrible" facts about that sad disaster. Also had a Slavery Exhibition. Again very enlightening and thought provoking. Wonderful staff. Great exhibits on all floors. Mind you be prepared to walk up a few flights of stairs... not...More