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Museum of Liverpool
The Museum of Liverpool tells the story of the City of Liverpool and its residents. The fascinating history of Liverpool is told over the three floors of this modern museum. [more...]


Directions

By train: James Street station is the closest and is only a couple of minutes walk away. This station is served by the Wirral Line trains only.

Moorfields station, which is served by the Northern and Wirral Lines, is about 5 minutes walk away. The museum is about a 20 minute walk from Liverpool Lime Street station - Liverpool's mainline train station. Full details of local train services are on the Merseytravel website.

By bus
The nearest bus station is at Paradise Street, near the Liverpool One complex. Some bus services also drop off at the Pier Head, right by the museum.

Full details of bus services are on the Merseytravel website.

By ferry
The Mersey Ferries terminal is right next to the museum at the Pier Head. An hourly service runs throughout the day from Seacombe and Woodside on the Wirral, with a more frequent commuter service before 10am and after 4pm.

By road
The Pier Head is on the waterfront close to Liverpool city centre and the Liverpool One complex. Follow signposts for the Albert Dock from the motorway and other main routes into the city centre.

By coach
The National Express coach station is at Norton Street, about a 25 minute walk away.

Coaches bringing private groups can drop off at the Pier Head, close to the entrance to the museum.

By bicycle
There are lots of bicycle bays opposite the entrance to the museum, by the Great Western Railway building.

Parking
The Capital car park is only a couple of minutes walk from the museum. It has two entrances situated on The Strand and just off Old Hall Street and has more than 1,000 undercover spaces.

There are also car parks in the nearby Liverpool ONE complex opposite the entrance to the Albert Dock. Q-Park Strand Street has 2000 underground spaces, Q-Park Gradwell Street has 560 multi-storey spaces and Q-Park John Lewis has 580 multi-storey spaces. The entrance to the Strand Street car park is opposite the Albert Dock and is accessible from the centre of the road in both directions. The Gradwell Street car park is opposite BBC Radio Merseyside and the John Lewis car park is located opposite the Paradise Street bus interchange and the police station.

Blue badge parking spaces
There are six blue badge parking spaces directly opposite the museum entrance, by the Great Western Railway building. These are about 30 metres from the entrance and need to be pre-booked. To book a space call 0151 478 4545.

Riverfront walkway
The 600 metre riverside walkway from Pier Head to the Albert Dock passes the Museum of Liverpool.


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