Memory walks at the Museum of Liverpool
Free Memory Walk
Guided visits to the Museum of Liverpool specially for older local people
Memory walks are dementia-friendly guided visits in the Museum of Liverpool, for older people to explore Liverpool’s past, and for people to share their memories and stories of life in Liverpool.
You can explore Liverpool icons like the Overhead Railway, known as the dockers' umbrella, Blackie the rocking horse, or the Colomendy totem pole. Bring a friend or loved one to share memories with, and create some new ones together.
Memory walks are free, last about one hour, and can accommodate up to 25 people. They take place on Tuesday afternoons at 2pm, but do check the Museum of Liverpool website's What’s on section for details of the dates coming up soon. There is no need to book.
On Tuesday morning there is also a memory walk session available for group bookings. If you have a group you would like to bring on a memory walk please phone 0151 478 4240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Museum of Liverpool is fully accessible and support is available on this tour for people with disabilities. Please state any specific needs when booking.
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- Museum of Liverpool
- L3 1DG
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