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The Reds Gallery At The Bluecoat is a must visit for all you Liverpool fans out there. This gallery is home to one of the most extensive collections of original photographs from the celebrated clubs history, with some of them being quite old. The collections change once in three months, and feature pictures captured by a number of artists. The cost of these pictures begins from somewhere around GBP20, and there is no upper limit. Even if you don't wish to purchase, this gallery does serve as an interesting testimony to the clubs history.
Occupying a prime spot adjacent to the Pump House at the Albert Dock, the Merseyside Maritime Museum provides an informative and educational guide to Liverpool's seafaring history. A diverse collection of all things maritime is on display, including wax figures along with interactive exhibits and stunning audiovisuals. Find out what life at sea is like; be it on a slave ship from 1500 to the modern vessels of the present day. On the third floor, the original shipbuilder's models of the Titanic and the Lusitania provide an insight into the luxurious conditions on board, prior to their tragic ends. A cafe and restaurant are also available on site.
The Museum of Liverpool is located inside in a strikingly modern building at the Pier Head; an apt location to tell the story of this historic city. Fascinating exhibits ranging from archaeological artifacts to artwork and memorabilia lend insights into the intriguing journey that charts the rise of Liverpool. The sheer volume of exhibits is stunning, to say the least, and touches upon pretty much all the aspects of the city today, right from the beautiful waterfront, the Three Graces and the beloved Liver Birds, to The Beatles and other prominent people who have left a mark on the city. These exhibitions span the disciplines of botany, archaeology, decorative arts, photography and many more in order to precisely chronicle the city's past and present glory. With the help of four major themes namely The Great Port, Global City, People’s Republic, and Wondrous Place, the museum strives to depict the social, cultural and industrial transformations the city has undergone, right from the Neolithic times to its current standing.
The Beatles Story Experience is a specialty museum housed in the Britannia Vaults at Albert Dock. The museum is completely devoted to the music legends- The Beatles. Everything about the Fab Four: Paul, John, George and Ringo, including their journey to fame, has been exhibited here. Photos, newspaper cuttings, articles and many other documented material form a part of the overall exhibit. Open round the year, this place is popular with Beatles' fans, both locals and visitors to the city. The Discovery Zone is an attractive feature of this museum, wherein kids can create any form of art featuring The Beatles. The Fab 4D experience promises a rocking time and the place also sells Beatles merchandise and products.