Museum of Liverpool

The Museum of Liverpool in Liverpool, England, is the newest addition to the National Museums Liverpool group having opened in 2011 replacing the former Museum of Liverpool Life. National Museums Liverpool intention is for the new venue to tell the story of Liverpool and its people, and reflect the city’s global significance. The museum is housed in a new purpose-built building on the Mann Island site at the Pier Head.

G7 Liverpool

Liverpool hosted a major G7 meeting discussing economic resilience post-Covid, global health and human rights, it has been announced. The city was chosen because of its history as a port city, its links around the world and thriving cultural life.

The Museum of Liverpool was the main location for  talks in December 2021, with Foreign Secretary Liz Truss hosting her counterparts from all over the world as the final event of the UK’s Presidency of the G7.

Joanne Anderson, Mayor of Liverpool, said: “Liverpool is proud to have been chosen to host this global event on behalf of the UK government. We are a fitting choice given our cultural significance, musical importance and sporting greatness which attracts visitors from around the world, as well as our scientific and architectural innovation.

Joanne Anderson, Mayor of Liverpool “It was an incredible opportunity to showcase our amazing city to the G7 leaders – as well as the international media – who will be here to report on the event. “We will promote Liverpool’s global heritage, its international outlook and ties, and show what a fantastic British and world city it is.”

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