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The two National Museums Liverpool venues will be open from Wednesday – Sunday, 10am – 5pm (closed Mondays and Tuesdays).
In line with being COVID-secure, National Museums Liverpool has implemented
“This is an important moment for all of us at National Museums Liverpool as we have missed the interaction with our visitors and our collections.
“We are spaces of wonder, curiosity and inspiration, things which so many of us have missed during lockdown. While the measures we have in place will mean visits are not entirely back to normal, a lot of thought and planning has been put into place to enable visitors to enjoy their experience as much as possible, while staying safe. It’s an opportunity to appreciate our venues with more tranquillity, allowing our visitors to immerse themselves in the joy of arts and culture as respite and escapism from the current situation facing us all globally.”
Visits to World Museum and the Walker Art Gallery will remain free, but timed entry slots must be pre-booked ahead of visiting via www.liverpoolmuseums.org.
Laura Pye continued: “The Walker Art Gallery and World Museum have been on William Brown Street for more than a century and have been a constant through so much of our city’s history. While COVID-19 has impacted, and continues to impact our lives, we hope that by opening up these favourite spaces in Liverpool, we can give people some sense of normality back.
“From the exotic fish in the Aquarium of World Museum to the romance of the Pre-Raphaelites at the Walker Art Gallery, William Brown Street will once again be a place to transport and engage visitors with stories of art, history and the natural world.”
Plans for the other six venues of National Museums Liverpool to reopen are underway. We will make a further announcement in due course.
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The John Moores Painting Prize
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