Part of National Museums Liverpool
Discover more than 100 years of travel, from the 19th and 20th centuries.
Explore Black social history within National Museums Liverpool's collections.
The tragic loss of the Children's Ship during the Second World War.
Cunard's most famous ship and its connections to Liverpool.
The longest and most crucial campaign of the Second World War.
The former pilot cutter ship in dry dock opposite the museum.
Revealing a time of great change on Liverpool's central waterfront.
Highlighting connections to the war that ended on the Mersey.
Our collections range from the largest object in National Museums Liverpool's collections, to a ship model in a light bulb.
Our collection includes more than 70 full size boats including working vessels and leiure craft.
The Border Force National Museum's diverse collection reveals tales of smuggling and other criminal activity.
An extensive collection of maritime books and documents spanning three centuries.
Maritime paintings and ship portraits, which provide a comprehensive record of Liverpool's shipping activity.
One of the most significant collections in the country, with more than 2,000 models, mostly of merchant vessels.
Posters, watercolours, prints and drawings representing the strong tradition of marine art in the port of Liverpool.
Tuesday 3 September marks Merchant Navy Day when we honour the brave men and women who made many sacrifices to keep Britain alive during both World Wars, and appreciate the UK’s modern day seafarers who are responsible for transporting most of our every day items, such as food and fuel.
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