What is a superlambanana?

When you arrive at the Museum of Liverpool you are greeted by a line of superlambananas near the entrance. These bold sculptures have been delighting and confusing visitors since the museum first opened. If you would like to know more about them then our video is for you!

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The colourful superlambananas around the Museum of Liverpool on the waterfront are popular with visitors from all over the world. But have you ever wondered what a superlambanana actually is, or why they are there?

Our fun video explains the history of these quirky creatures and how they have become as popular a symbol of the city as the Liver birds!

Video credits

  • Illustrations by Alyn Smith
  • Narration by Kate Crossley
  • Animation by Tomfoolery Ltd
  • Produced by Sam Carr
colourful sculptures in the shape of lambs with banana tails outside the Museum of Liverpool with the Liver Building in the background