Tour

Edmund Gardner

Edmund Gardner pilot ship
Date:
28 Sep 2016
Time:
11am, 12.30pm and 2.30pm
Suitable for:
adults, all visitors
Booking:
Free event, pre-booking is essential
Room:
Edmund Gardner pilot ship

Our free award-winning guided tours take visitors back in time to when the Edmund Gardner was a working pilot cutter. See behind the scenes on the ship from the wheelhouse to the engine room, which was transformed into a dazzle ship in 2014.

Please note that the ship has uneven surfaces, steep stairways and low steps, meaning it is not fully accessible and unable to accommodate wheelchair users, pushchairs or prams. Please wear appropriate sensible footwear for a safe and enjoyable visit.

Each tour lasts one hour. Meet in the Museum of Liverpool entrance foyer.

Advance booking is essential, telephone 0151 478 4545 or enquire at the Museum of Liverpool information desk on the day of the tours to see if any spaces are available.

Tours take place every Tuesday and Wednesday from June until September 2016.

This event is part of the In safe hands: Liverpool Pilots exhibition and our In safe hands event series.