Amazing visit to The World Museum of Liverpool that Summer

It was norms to visit the museums while we were studying at oversea and especially when there's no entrance fee required at Liverpool, England.

From what I could remember, the museum was huge and consist of 5 floors of information about the past and present. Each floor has it own category - (G) Information Centre, (1st) Bugs and Marine, (2nd) Ancient and Culture, (3rd) Extinct Creatures and (4th) Astrology. We visited one floor to another and it took us almost whole day for that visit. Impressive and informative for the public to know more about the world.


- The World Museum -

The nearest place and easier to know is the World Museum located nearest to Lime Street Train Station.

Mean while, a few of us visited World Museum on a Saturday back then (2008)! Cool weather after the rain, I just miss that some time.


- View of Liverpool City Centre from the Museum -


 - Astrology Level -


 - Astrology Level -

For more reading about this level, do read my previous post when I wrote it during Year 2008.


- At the Extinct Creatures Level -


 - At the Extinct Creatures Level -


- At the Extinct Creatures Level -


- At the Extinct Creatures Level -

For more reading about this level, do read my previous post when I wrote it during Year 2008.


- At the Ancient and Culture Level -


- At the Ancient and Culture Level -


- At the Ancient and Culture Level -


- At the Ancient and Culture Level -


- At the Ancient and Culture Level -

For more reading about this level, do read my previous post when I wrote it during Year 2008.


- At the Bugs and Marine Life Level -


- At the Bugs and Marine Life Level -
For more reading about this level, do read my previous post when I wrote it during Year 2008.

Overall impression was good, however as usual, I love to learn and understand more about culture and living creatures on this earth. Astrology wasn't my interest. From Bugs and Marine level, I learned some of the creature such as the cycle of one kind of red ants towards their life and other living small sized bugs as well.

If in the future we could have the chance to visit European countries or any other countries, we shall spend some time to visit their museums (provided time is flexible for us), their museum just incredible with all kinds of information that everyone should know about.

Location :

World Museum,William Brown Street, Liverpool, L3 8EN

Website : World Museum




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14 comments:

  1. The museum looks like a very beautiful building.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  2. Hey meitzeu~
    Museum is fun! especially over the animal's kingdom side! :)

    ps: Happy Kaamatan!

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  3. I've been there! But didn't get to explore much because of time constraint. Ah, I miss those days there. :)

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  4. i thought you cannot take picture in the museum?

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    1. Neh. They didn't stop us from taking though.

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  5. at least their museum not like ours...ours so quiet and eerie

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  6. you and your blog are stunning!
    Do you think we can follow each others blog? :X

    FashionSpot.ro

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  7. Lovely place and I need to bookmark among so many others lined up to venture into. Btw I am heading to Norway, Denmark and Sweden next month with Florida and Miami for the year end. Hoping I can squeeze Liverpool in between.

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  8. Oh girl travelling is sooo much fun and I'm pretty sure your life is full with happiness! :)

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  9. rocks from the moon? cool!! the museum looks awesome. i wanna go there too!! ^^

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  10. Great museum tour there! Did you get a close up shot of the rocks from the moon?

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  11. that's an interesting museum and definitely interesting post with the sculpture too!

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  12. the world musuem... looks like everything is there! awesome! :D

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  13. I agree where you mentioned that museum is normal in Europe XD But some famous museum cost a lot!! >.<

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