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National Conservation Museum

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The National Conservation Centre isn't like other museums. Here we focus on the hidden stories behind the objects in our museums. We show you how science and investigation are used to discover all sorts of things about an object and its history. And it is all FREE!

'Reveal' is the main display on the ground floor. There's a lot to see and do here. Meet the pests that damage your valuables. Find out how we look after objects from the finest fabric to wooden ships. See how lasers, x-rays and CT scanning help us reveal the hidden stories behind objects like Egyptian mummies. You might even see a conservator hard at work on one of our objects.

On the first floor is the cafe and the temporary exhibition gallery.

Open 10am-5pm daily.

FREE ADMISSION to the museum and all exhibitions and events.

Getting Here:

The National Conservation Centre is in Liverpool city centre, close to Queen Square.

The National Conservation Centre is a short walk from Liverpool Lime Street station - Liverpool's mainline train station.

The National Conservation Centre is within walking distance of the bus stations at Queen Square and the Paradise Street Interchange.

Contact Details:

Address:
National Conservation Centre
Whitechapel
Liverpool
L1 6HZ
Telephone: 0151 478 4999