Museum of Liverpool sits alongside the city’s most iconic buildings
MUSEUM OF LIVERPOOL
0151 478 4780 | www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/weddings
Museum of Liverpool opened in 2011 and sits alongside the city’s most iconic buildings, including the Three Graces and the Royal Albert Dock. The museum offers amazing views of the River Mersey and Pier Head from riverside terraces, and its modern interior features breathtaking galleries with floor-to-ceiling windows. It is part of the Hosted by National Museums Liverpool wedding venue collection.
The venue welcomes celebrant-led ceremonies, wedding breakfasts and wedding receptions. The Atrium is an iconic setting for 150 guests with skylight and spiral staircase. The space is flexible and offers a blank canvas with huge potential to personalise your big day. The heart of the museum, is home to a sweeping staircase, under which guests can enjoy dinner and dancing.
The People’s Republic Gallery can host 40 for the ceremony and 50 for the reception. The Gallery explores the diverse stories and unique identity of Liverpool and its people. Its key feature is an enormous 24-metre picture window, framing Liverpool’s Three Graces, three iconic buildings spanning more than 100 years of the city’s history, with floor-to-ceiling views of the Pier Head and River Mersey.
While The Atrium is the largest single space to hire for a wedding with a capacity of 150, full venue hire is available, which would allow you to host up to 1,000.