World Museum Liverpool (Liverpool) Reviews
Newest Review: ... which in is admirable, but the flaw is there is little information that isn't at this level. As an adult I felt the museum had little to offer me and felt I should be visiting with a child in tow. I felt I didn't learn anything from my visits as the majority of material relating to the collections was aimed at such young children and didn't contain much beyond what I already knew. Granted I am an archaeology graduate so I am pickier than most about such things! I have been to many other museums which manage this balance of information better. For example another National Museums and Galleries Merseyside Museum, the International Slavery Mu... more
Customer World Museum Liverpool (Liverpool) Reviews (2)
by - written on 24/01/11 (Very useful, 26 readings)
I have visited a few times since the re-fit of the Egyptian galleries and have been disappointed. The collection itself is impressive, but the interpretation is often abysmal. For such an important Egyptological collection (one of the best in the U.K) it does not display itself as such. The interpretation and reading materials for visitors are aimed primarily at primary school aged children, which in is admirable, but the flaw is there is little information that isn't at this level. As an adult I felt the museum had little to offer me and felt I should be visiting with a child in tow. I felt I didn't learn anything from my visits as the majority of material ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/09 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Being a scouser has its advantages because i have seen the city change, mainly for the better over the years. We Liverpudlians (although i am an Evertonian) have taken a lot of jibes from the rest of the country, but a day in Liverpool City Centre would change most peoples perspective of my beloved city. Off i went for a 'my city tour' last Saturday, part of which was to visit the newly revamped, and hi tech Museum in the cultural William Brown Street. Being surrounded by beautiful architecture helps the ambience and the fact that is is totally free is even better. I last visited the museum as a child and still remember the Egyptian display ... Read the complete review
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