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Museum of Liverpool Life

The Museum of Liverpool Life was a Museum in Liverpool, England, part of National Museums Liverpool, that focused on the contribution that the people of Liverpool made to national life. It closed in 2006 and has being replaced by the Museum of Liverpool, which opened on 19 July 2011.

The Building which hosed it is adjacent to the new museum in the docks between Albert Dock and The Three Graces in Liverpool


At the time of its closure on 4 June 2006, the museum had three galleries: City Lives explored Liverpool's cultural diversity, The River Room described life alongside the River Mersey and City Soldiers was an exhibition about the King's Regiment.

Previous exhibitions had included Mersey Culture, from Brookside to the Grand National, Making a Living and Demanding a Voice.

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Coordinates: 53°24′08″N 2°59′43″W / 53.402196°N 2.995255°W / 53.402196; -2.995255

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