Wondrous Place at the Museum of Liverpool

Maja Lorkowska, Exhibitions Editor
Wondrous Place, Museum of Liverpool
Museum of Liverpool, Wondrous Place

Wondrous Place at Museum of Liverpool, Waterfront 26 November 2021 Entrance is free — Visit now

The popular permanent display Wondrous Place returns to the Museum of Liverpool after it closed for three years to make way for Double Fantasy, John & Yoko and Liverpool on Wheels. The exhibition maps Liverpool’s best known sports stars, comedians, performers, writers, musicians and visual artists through around 650 objects accompained by interactive and immersive elements. It returns with old favourites from the original space alongside new and exciting displays: fans of the hit series Killing Eve will be delighted to learn that Wondrous Place includes one of Villanelle’s costumes worn by Liverpool actress Jodie Comer. Other objects include a fresh addition to the story of Liverpool music including Spice Girl, Mel C’s stage costume as well as the iconic Beatles suits and Merseybeat memorabilia.

Wondrous Place at Museum of Liverpool, Waterfront 26 November 2021 Entrance is free Visit now

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