IMAGE CREDIT: Dame Edna (1934 Humber Snipe) visits Liverpool Regional Museum
The Liverpool Regional Museum was established in 1989 with the aim of preserving and promoting Liverpool's cultural heritage, history and stories through heritage collections, exhibitions and public programs.
Today, at no cost, visitors can experience the permanent exhibition “Resonances: objects, lives and stories of Liverpool” as well as a changing program of diverse exhibitions, accompanied by public programs, that engage and inspire the community. Museum staff are available to guide visitors through the exhibitions and assist with queries. Visitors can also research their family history with knowledgeable volunteers from Liverpool Genealogy Society.
For full details of location, opening hours and What’s On visit mylibrary.liverpool.nsw.gov.au/whats-on
“Tears in my eyes and happiness filled my heart to see the marvellous collection you gathered in this place. Thank you for not forgetting our history.”
“Brilliant local resource, will definitely be regular visitors now!”
“Beautiful displays! Lovely history. Amazing!”
“The Museum was amazing, lots of fun and very enjoyable for all ages”
(Mackenzie aged 13 years)
To find out about more events at the Liverpool Regional Museum call 02 8711 7126 or check for events posted on the Liverpool Library What's On For Heritage page.