The Merseyside Maritime Museum in Liverpool

Publish date: 29-03-2020
The Merseyside Maritime Museum in Liverpool

The Maritime Museum (The Merseyside Maritime Museum) is part National Museum of Liverpool. The Museum was opened in 1980 (it was extended in 1986). 

Museum's collections reflect the international importance of Liverpool as a major seaport. 

Some museum expositions are dedicated to the famous ships (for example, "Titanic", "Empress of Ireland" and "Lusitania"), whose home port was Liverpool. 

Museum has a separate exhibition dedicated to the smuggling, the history of the Liverpool port and marine paintings.

International Slavery Museum is located on the upper floor of the Maritime museum. You can read more about this museum in separate article:


Entrance fee

Free admission, donations are welcome. 

Opening hours

Museum is open every day from 10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Museum location

The Maritime Museum is located in Albert docks, Liverpool. 

Exact address: Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AQ, UK

Nearest bus stop: Strand Street, buses: 4, 4A, LFC



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