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Discover Mummies, Dinosaurs and World Cultures at the stunning World Museum Liverpool

May it be a bad weather activity in Liverpool or an educational trip, the World Museum Liverpool is a museum for everyone, from 3 to 103 years. Ancient treasures from around the world, preserved cultures, new worlds from the planetarium or underwater in the aquarium, this and so much more can be found in the […]

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World Museum Liverpool

World Museum Liverpool

May it be a bad weather activity in Liverpool or an educational trip, the World Museum Liverpool is a museum for everyone, from 3 to 103 years. Ancient treasures from around the world, preserved cultures, new worlds from the planetarium or underwater in the aquarium, this and so much more can be found in the Museum housed in a building from 1851. It’s centrally located near the Lime Street Train Station and also just a short walk from the shopping area and the Albert Dock, so definitely easy to reach.

Besides the Dinosaurs at World Museum Liverpool, I also found the mummified animals highly interesting. And did you know, “this year, in modern Britain, people will spend at least 6.4 billion pounds on the lives (and deaths) of domestic animals? This proves that animals are still a lucrative industry, as they were in ancient Egypt.” This just proves the human behaviour and affection for their furry friends haven’t changed a bit in thousands of years.

Address World Museum Liverpool: William Brown St, Liverpool L3 8EN, United Kingdom
Opening hours: 10 – 5 pm
Website: liverpoolmuseums.org.uk
Instagram: @worldmuseum_

Pictures of my visit to World Museum in Liverpool

visit to World Museum Liverpool

visit to World Museum Liverpool

Animal Mummies World Museum Liverpool
Animal Mummies World Museum Liverpool
Animal Mummies World Museum Liverpool
Animal Mummies World Museum Liverpool
This year, in modern Britain, people will spend at least 6.4 billion pounds on the lives (and deaths) of domestic animals. This proves that animals are still a lucrative industry, as they were in ancient Egypt.
This year, in modern Britain, people will spend at least 6.4 billion pounds on the lives (and deaths) of domestic animals. This proves that animals are still a lucrative industry, as they were in ancient Egypt.
Mummy of a Bird World Museum Liverpool
Mummy of a Bird
World Museum Liverpool World Cultures
World Cultures at the World Museum Liverpool
World Museum Liverpool World Cultures
World Cultures at the World Museum Liverpool
World Museum Liverpool World Cultures
World Cultures at the World Museum Liverpool
World Museum Liverpool World Cultures
World Cultures at the World Museum Liverpool
Dinosaurs at World Museum Liverpool
Dinosaurs at World Museum Liverpool
Dinosaurs at World Museum Liverpool
Dinosaurs at World Museum Liverpool
Sloth at World Museum Liverpool
Sloth at World Museum Liverpool
Megalosaurus at World Museum Liverpool - A carnivorous dinosaur found in Southern England. It lived about 150 million years ago and was one of the reptiles that led the English paleontologist Richard Owen, in 1842, to find a name for this group of large animals. He chose "Dinosauria" which means "terrible reptile".
Megalosaurus at World Museum Liverpool – A carnivorous dinosaur found in Southern England. It lived about 150 million years ago and was one of the reptiles that led the English paleontologist Richard Owen, in 1842, to find a name for this group of large animals. He chose “Dinosauria” which means “terrible reptile”.
Megalosaurus World Museum Liverpool
Megalosaurus World Museum Liverpool
World Museum Liverpool William Brown St Liverpool L3 8EN United Kingdom
World Museum Liverpool William Brown St Liverpool L3 8EN United Kingdom

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Lisa is a Blogger for more than a decade now, sharing her adventures exploring the world on JoyDellaVita, as well as excursions into the culinary world, sustainable choices, how to live a healthy active lifestyle but overall, how to enjoy a life full of joys.

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