The Museum of Liverpool is everyone's museum and has a continuing programme of partnership projects and displays involving the local community, including the ongoing Our City, Our Stories community displays.
Through Our City, Our Stories, local people have contributed to the museum's permanent and temporary exhibitions by giving or lending objects, recording oral histories and working with the museum team to create new displays.
If you would like to work with the museum to create a community display, please get in touch using this contact form.
You can also get involved by becoming a member or becoming a volunteer.
Galkoff's and the Secret Life of Pembroke Place project
The Galkoff's and the Secret Life of Pembroke Place project has brought to life the stories of the people who lived in and around Pembroke Place. More than 70 volunteers were involved in the project, undertaking historical research and archaeological investigations.
You can see the results of this research in the Galkoff’s and the secret life of Pembroke Place exhibition at the Museum of Liverpool.
Our City, Our Stories
Community displays in the Museum of Liverpool
Our City, Our Stories is the Museum of Liverpool's ongoing partnership programme. The programme enables local people to present their interpretation of the museum's themes and objects through working with the Museum of Liverpool team.
Follow the links below to see some of the current Our City, Our Stories displays.
Global City gallery
The People's Republic gallery