Spent an afternoon here with my family and loved it. Any aspect of the history of Liverpool you would wish to know about is covered in this huge venue. Well laid out exhibits which work well for kids and adults. The transport and social/health areas were particular highlights for us. Clean, well ventilated and never felt at all crowded so a good pick for an outing in these times of covid.
Livepool, the second largest commercial port city in the UK, is not only famous for football, but also for its museum. Visiting the Livepool Museum and seeing all kinds of Chinese objects displayed here makes me feel deeply that I need to re-understand Chinese traditional culture. While watching the world, I must also learn to update myself!
Livepool, the second largest commercial port city in the UK, visited the Livepool Museum. The "International City Exhibition Hall" showed the city's relationship with China and its country, and saw many Chinese exhibits.
A small and exquisite museum of modern buildings, it is said that small is for the domestic giants at every turn, and it should be no small for a city of Liverpool. There are four floors, and a spiral staircase runs through the atrium. Mainly introduces the history of Liverpool city and some knowledge.
The Liverpool Museum is also a free public welfare museum. The building has a very obvious white exterior and curved outline. It is very prominent in a pile of old factory-style red brick buildings. There is a platform on the south or north side to walk. Go up and look at the distant scenery. The exhibits in the entire museum are slightly inferior. Because the various ship models of the port city of Liverpool have become the best exhibits describing history. In addition, some trains are also displayed in the museum, but the overall feeling is the museum The exhibition area is not very large and the quality of the exhibition is not as good as expected