Floor plan


plan of the basement displays in the museum Seized! The Border and Customs uncovered Emigrants to a New World gallery

Ground floor

plan of the ground floor displays in the museum Quayside café Quayside gallery Shop HMS Conway anchor

First floor

plan of the first floor displays in the museum Sea Urchins Life at Sea Hello Sailor! Gay life on the ocean wave Battle of the Atlantic Lusitania: life, loss, legacy

Second floor

plan of the second floor displays in the museum Titanic and Liverpool: the untold story Art and the sea Maritime Archives and Library

Third floor

The  International Slavery Museum is on the third floor. 

Fourth floor

plan of the 4th floor of the museum Conference facilities Maritime Dining Room

Ships, quaysides and docks

Two historic vessels, the Edmund Gardner pilot ship and three-masted schooner De Wadden, are kept in dry dock opposite the museum. There are buoys, anchors and other objects on the dockside, including the Lusitania propeller.  This area is not currently accessible for visitors but special tours of the Edmund Gardner can be booked during the summer.

Visitors can also book special tours of Liverpool's Old Dock.  Tours start at the museum and it is a short walk to see Liverpool's first dock.