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From the sea to the stars, a visit to World Museum reveals millions of years of the Earth’s history through thousands of exhibits and hands-on activities.
Travel to distant continents and ancient civilisations in the amazing galleries.
The Museum’s brand new Ancient Egypt: A Journey Through Time gallery takes visitors on a 5,000-year adventure to the land of the pharaohs, and reveals one of the UK’s most significant collections of Egyptian objects. There’s no better place to come face-to-face with the past and delve deeper into the myths, mysteries and rituals surrounding the ancient Egyptian afterlife than in the gallery’s atmospheric Mummy Room.
Discover the wonders of the natural world in the award winning Clore Natural History Centre. This is the place to get your hands on more than 20,000 of the most unusual items from the huge collections, from a hippopotamus skull to a mammoth tooth.
There’s also the Weston Discovery Centre, which offers a range of activities and interaction to provide a fascinating insight into human history throughout the ages.
Find a rainbow array of beautiful tropical fish at the aquarium, expert staff are on hand to answer questions and run demonstrations in which visitors can observe and learn more about live marine creatures .Get closer than you ever thought possible to creepy crawlies at the bug house. The bug house displays a selection of specimens from the museum's vast research collection alongside real live colonies of leaf cutter ants.
Blast off into space at World Museum’s Planetarium with some brand new shows. Meet IQ, Scooter and Nat in Fly me to the Moon, a fantastic adventure for young space fans aged four and over. Or, join Coyote in a fast-paced, fun show that explores lunar phases, eclipses and other puzzles in Earth, Moon and Sun, aimed at visitors aged six and over. Buy your tickets at the information desk on your visit.
Don’t forget to complete your day with a relaxing visit to the Museum’s brand new café and shop facilities. .
Open daily, 10am-5pm. Free entry.
- All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors
- Disabled Access
- Free Admission
- Groups accepted
- Guided Tours Available for Groups
- On-Site café/restaurant
- Parking (charge)
- Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
- Parking Available
- Schools Accepted
Children & Infants
- Child Friendly
- MasterCard accepted
- Solo accepted
- Switch accepted
- Visa accepted
Map & Directions
Follow the brown and white road signs for central Liverpool attractions and Walker Art Gallery Look out for signs for St John's or Queen Square car parks. These are between the main shopping area bus stops and St John's Gardens (behind St George's Hall). World Museum Liverpool is on the other side of St John's Gardens.
Public Transport Directions
Regular services to and from Liverpool make it one of the most accessible cities on the UK rail network. Virgin trains operate a London-Liverpool service, with a journey time of just over 2 hours. National Express operate regular services from all major towns and cities in Britain to Norton Street Coach Station, Liverpool. www.merseytravel.gov.uk has comprehensive transport information and a ‘Journey Planner’ service or you can call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33.
- National Awards DisabledGo 2013
- Regional Awards Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards 2018 - Winner 2018
- Visit Britain We're Good to Go 2020
- Regional Awards WTTC Safe Travels 2021
- VAQAS VB Attraction VAQAS
|Open (1 January 2021 - 31 December 2021)|