Culture

World Museum:

Liverpool’s World Museum offers a great day out for all. Explore the aquarium, Clore natural history centre, bug house, world cultures, ancient world, dinosaurs, space and much, much more! The museum also runs free shows in the Planetarium and Treasure House Theatre. Tickets can be picked up at the information desk, but it is recommended to get them early as the shows run on a first come, first served basis.

Entry is free to the World Museum¸ which is open 10am until 5pm. The museum is a leisurely 20 minute walk from our hotel.

Merseyside Maritime Museum

Rich with Maritime history, the Merseyside Maritime Museum offers a fantastic day out filled with Liverpudlian heritage from the Titanic to the port, as well as acting as a “treasure house of architectural and mechanical invention.”

The museum is free to enter and open daily between 10am and 5pm. It is around a five minute walk to the museum (also situated on Albert Dock) from our Liverpool hotel.

Tate Liverpool

Tate Liverpool displays part of the national collection of British art from the 1500s to the present day. Housed in a converted warehouse in the Albert Dock, visitors can enjoy impressive art displays, as well as one of the finest examples of a nineteenth-century industrial building.

Tate Liverpool offer free entry, however special exhibitions may have a fee. The museum is open 10am until 5pm every day with last entry at 4 pm. Situated on Liverpool’s waterfront at Albert Dock, Tate Liverpool is under a ten minute walk from our hotel.

International Slavery Museum

The first of its kind, the International Slavery Museum tells the story of African slavery, highlighting the “resilience and survival against all the odds” providing “a testament to the unquenchable nature of the human spirit.”

This museum takes visitors on a journey of education, understanding and greater awareness on “the international importance of slavery, both in a historic and contemporary context”, making this museum a Liverpool must-see.

The International Slavery Museum offers free entry and is open 10am until 5pm every day. Located on Albert Dock, the museum is a short five minute walk from Jurys Inn Liverpool.

Walker Art Gallery

The National Gallery of the North, The Walker Art Gallery has an internationally important collection of art from the 13th century to present day. Rich in European Old Masters, Victorian and Pre-Raphaelite pictures and modern British works, it houses work by the masters Rubens, Rembrandt, Poussin, Gainsborourgh and Hogarth.

Walker Art Gallery is open 10am until 5 pm daily with free entry. There is a café available for those wanting to sit with coffee or grab a bite to eat. The gallery is a leisurely 25 minute walk from our hotel in Liverpool.

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