This LightNight Merseyside Maritime Museum, the International Slavery Museum the Museum of Liverpool, World Museum and the Walker Art Gallery are staying open until 10pm, with lots of free things to do throughout the evening.
Head to the Merseyside Maritime Museum to celebrate LightNight at the Albert Dock with a chance to see the Black Salt and Titanic exhibitions and enjoy a delicious meal in the Maritime Dining Room. There will be a host of special activities too.
The International Slavery Museum will be open late for Liverpool’s LightNight, with a chance to see the Ink and Blood and Martin Luther King exhibitions, plus special activities.
The World Museum will stay open late to celebrate Liverpool’s LightNight. It is advisable to pre-book tickets for Terracotta Warriors exhibition. The last entry will be at 9pm. The rest of World Museum will be open and free to enter as usual.
Click here for the full LightNight listings for National Museums Liverpool’s museums and galleries.