Landmarks

Maritime Museum

The Merseyside Maritime Museum tells the story of the Port Of Liverpool, and its role in world history. On the first floor is a collection telling the stories of three of the most famous and most tragic ships in history - the Titanic, Lusitania and Empress of Ireland. Each had

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William Morris

There are two churches in the Liverpool area which boast examples of  the celebrated Arts and Crafts artist William Morris' work. Better known for being the location of the church fete where John Lennon met Paul McCartney,  St Peter’s Church Woolton, has stained glass windows by William Morris and Charles Kempe. The church tower,

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Mr Hardmans Studio

Mr Hardmans Studio; Step back in time to the 1950s in this fascinating home and photographic studio. Explore the contrasting sides of this house: the neat, professional, spacious business rooms and the cluttered, cramped living quarters of the renowned portrait photographer Edward Chambré Hardman and his wife Margaret. They lived

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Gustav Adolfs Church

Gustav Adolfs Church

By the late 1870’s and early 1880’s, the annual number of Scandinavian emigrants and seamen passing through Liverpool to the New World reached 50,000. The Scandinavian mission priest was obliged to undertake innumerable visits to ships and local boarding houses, and so case for building a church for the Scandinavian

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Al-Rahma Mosque

Al-Rahma Mosque

The Al-Rahma Mosque and Islamic Cultural Centre is the only mosque in the city and is the place of worship to the oldest Muslim community in the UK, whose earliest members arrived in the 1880’s.The original mosque has been on the site since the 1960’s and in 2008, a newly

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