National Museums Liverpool, previously known as National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside, comprises several museums and art galleries in and around Liverpool, England. All museums and galleries in this group have free admission. The museum is a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and an exempt charity under English law.
National Museums Liverpool's origins go back to 1851 and the founding of what is now World Museum. It was established as a national museums group in 1986 and changed its name to National Museums Liverpool in 2003. currently comprises eight different venues, one of which is outside Liverpool itself — the Lady Lever Art Gallery, located in Wirral.
It holds in trust multi-disciplinary collections of world wide origin made up of more than one million objects and works of art. The organisation holds courses, lectures, activities and events and provides educational workshops and activities for school children, young people and adults. Its venues are open to the public seven days a week 361 days a year and all exhibitions are free. National Museums Liverpool has charitable status and is England’s only national museums group based entirely outside London.
NML Museums and Art GalleriesEdit
|World Museum||1851||Open||Ancient History, archaeology, ethnology, natural history, space and time, science|
|Walker Art Gallery||1877||Open||Art: Painting, sculpture and craft|
|Merseyside Maritime Museum||1980||Open||Immigration, Maritime history|
|Seized! The Border and Customs uncovered||1994||Open||The UK Border Agency National Museum, highlighting the work of the UK Border Agency and HM Revenue and Customs, covering smuggling, crime and the history of tax. Located in the basement gallery of Merseyside Maritime Museum since May 2008.|
|International Slavery Museum||2007||Open, Phase 2 under development||Historical and contemporary aspects of slavery|
|Lady Lever Art Gallery||1922||Open||Art: paintings, sculpture and furniture|
|Sudley House||1996||Open||Art, fashion|
|Museum of Liverpool||2011||Open||Liverpool's social and cultural history. The museum follows the Museum of Liverpool Life, open 1993-2006|
|National Conservation Centre||1996||Closed||Art, conservation science and technology. Closed to the public 17 December 2010. Conservation work continues behind the scenes.|
Other Liverpool Museums and Art GalleriesEdit
- 20 Forthlin Road
- 59 Rodney Street
- 251 Menlove Avenue
- The Beatles Story
- Bluecoat Chambers
- Croxteth Hall
- Foundation for Art and Creative Technology
- The Oratory
- Speke Hall
- St. George's Hall
- Tate Liverpool
- Victoria Building
- Western Approaches - Liverpool War Museum
- William Brown Library and Museum
- Williamson Tunnels
- ↑ Charities Act 1993, Schedule 2.
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