World Museum

Liverpool, England
4.7 / 10
Natural science museum dedicated to the biological, archaeological, ethnological and physical history of our planet. The collection began to be collected in 1851, many exhibits are so unique that they have no analogues in other museums in the world. The library is located in the same building. Initially, the book collection occupied a separate room, but after 1860 it was housed in the monumental museum building.
World Museum
Address:William Brown Street, Liverpool
Phone:+44 151 478 4393
Hours:monday: 10:00–17:00 tuesday: 10:00–17:00 wednesday: 10:00–17:00 thursday: 10:00–17:00 friday: 10:00–17:00 saturday: 10:00–17:00 sunday: 10:00–17:00


Went here with two of my nephew's and my mum we had a great day here. There are many different things to look out and find out some interesting things. The aquarium was closed for renovations when went so didn't get to see that part how ever we all r.. Read more »


A fantastic place to visit with the family, there are 5 floors and it is accessible with three lifts and added bonus of an indoor picnic area. The aquarium is quite small but has a wide variety of sea creatures, the mummies exhibit is brilliant. Entr.. Read more »


A fantastic atrraction providing lots of information, changing some attractions regularly keeping the place fresh. Always have a good time. Very educational. Done in a way that appeals to both adults and kids.


Quantity rather than quality. If you want a whistle stop tour of space, time, oceans, evolution, geology etc then this is great especially for younger families whose children's attention span is short, with interactive activities there is plenty for .. Read more »


Spent a great morning walking around and learning "stuff". Excellent accessibility for wheelchair users plus changing places and several accessible toilets. Good cafe that serves food and drinks.


We all really enjoyed it here. We spent hours exploring each floor at a time. Stopped half way and enjoyed our picnic whiles doing activities for the kids. My children are aged 4, 9 and 12 and they all enjoyed it. It really is a place you shouldn't m.. Read more »


Cool day out, there was loads of kids, though this will be a timing aspect. Not much staff, but a good time for a few hours, kids seemed to love it. I, a teenager, went for a wonder on my own and enjoyed it. The aquarium was beautiful. Other aspects .. Read more »


I love this place. The staff are extremely knowledgeable and helpful. There's a lot to see and doing it in 2 parts is recommended. I think a few booster steps for toddlers so they don't have to be lifted would be a good idea.


Great aquarium and works history. So interesting you either need to come back or spend more than a couple of hours there. Very cosy coffee place inside, clean toilets. I can't believe it's free. You can donate 5£ via card too. Kids and even babies ca.. Read more »


Lots of history and interesting artifacts. Kids love the interaction in the kids zone and the aquarium. Lots to do and see. Cafe with nice food and a few picnic areas if you bring your own food. we'll definitely be back for another visit.


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