The Liverpool Maritime Museum is quite interesting. It introduces a lot of nautical objects. The Maritime Museum has your artworks, including many large ships, and an introduction to the Titanic. The interior of the museum is free The visitor.
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If you are interested in the sea, you must come here. I visited here for about 3 hours. Start with the slave exhibition on the top floor. What an eye-opener! Then there is the story of the Titanic, including the stories of the survivors and many personal details about the passengers and crew. There is also a very interesting part about the children who were transported from the orphanage to other places to start a new life. Many of them were told that their parents were dead or that they were abandoned, but it was only after many, many years that they found out that those were not true. These are some very sad stories.
The theme of the exhibition at the Merseyside Maritime Museum is the history of the city's nautical history and the history of immigration to the New World. So it's not that Titanic is the most attractive and interesting. In fact, there are many that can make people fascinated and can be seen.
The Merseyside Maritime Museum was opened to the public in 1980. The museum vividly tells the story of Liverpool's maritime history with a large number of pictures. The museum has four floors and houses many exhibits on immigration, the slave trade, the Second World War and the history of shipbuilding. After visiting the exhibition hall, you can go to the 4th floor of the museum, where you can see the scenery of Liverpool city. Every Tuesday and Wednesday at 10:30, 11:30 and 14:30 there is a free guided tour of the ruins of the old pier. The ruins are located in the underground of Liverpool One. The tour must be booked in advance. The history of trade in Europe is a history of human disasters, from Africa to Asia, it is a bloody history.
The Maritime Museum is also an important part of the cultural area of the Liverpool Dock Museum. As a port city, Liverpool’s Maritime Museum has many exhibits that are inseparable from ships and the port. There are many collections of utensils related to the Liverpool Port after the Industrial Revolution. Anyway, this period The most glorious level of trade in this city. The entire Maritime Museum and some ship models are also very realistic, which is very suitable for children to come over and increase their knowledge.