Conservation Centre (Liverpool) Reviews
Description:Conservation Centre is the first national conservation centre in the UK. Whitechapel, Liverpool L1 6HZ. Tel: +44(0)151 ... more
Newest Review: ... merseyside such as the Walker Art Gallery, and the pass lasts for 12 months. The best way to visit this centre is probably to plan a little ahead, as if you don't arrive around the time of a tour or live link, there is not so much to see in the way of exhibition space. However, what is on display is a good introduction to conservation. Plus a bonus is that many of the exibits are ... more
Customer Conservation Centre (Liverpool) Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/01/01, updated on 23/01/01 (Useful, 25 readings)
The Conservation Centre in Liverpool is, I think, a pretty unique place to visit. It is situated about 5 minutes from the city's Lime street station, and is right opposite the bus station. Entrance is cheap 3 pounds (I think) and with this pass you get to visit 8 other galleries and museums in merseyside such as the Walker Art Gallery, and the pass lasts for 12 months. The best way to visit this centre is probably to plan a little ahead, as if you don't arrive around the time of a tour or live link, there is not so much to see in the way of exhibition space. However, what is on display is a good introduction to conservation. Plus a bonus is that ... Read the complete review
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