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Attractions in Liverpool

Higher Education Institutional Research Conference

We welcome you to Liverpool

We hope you enjoy both the Conference and the city. For further information on things to do, shopping, eating out or places to visit in Liverpool, take a look at the Visit Liverpool website.

The following exhibitions will be taking place in September and all, with the exception of the asterisked ones, are free:

Afro Supa Hero

International Slavery Museum, Albert Dock, L3 4AQ

0151 478 4499

The British Invasion: How 1960s Beat Groups Conquered America*

The Beatles Story, Pier Head, L3 1DP

0151 709 1936

Broken Lives: Slavery in Modern India

International Slavery Museum, Albert Dock, L3 4AQ


‘Dazzle’ (Mersey) Ferry*

Pier Head, L3 1DP

0151 330 1444

First World War: Reflections on Liverpool’s Home Front

Museum of Liverpool, Pier Head, L3 1DG

 

Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms*

Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, L3 4BB

0151 702 7400

John Lennon: The New York Years, 1971-1980*

The Beatles Story, Albert Dock, L3 4AD

 

John Moores Painting Prize 2016

Walker Art Gallery, Brown Street, L3 8EL

0151 478 4199

Liverpool (Shipping) Pilots

Merseyside Maritime Museum, Albert Dock L3 4AQ

0151 478 4499

Maria Lassnig (contemporary artist)*

Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, L3 4BB

0151 702 7400

Titanic and Liverpool: The Untold Story

Merseyside Maritime Museum, Albert Dock L3 4AQ

0151 478 4499

Reel Stories: Liverpool and the Silver Screen

Museum of Liverpool, Pier Head, L3 1DG


Transformation: One Man’s Cross-Dressing Wardrobe

Walker Art Gallery, Brown Street, L3 8EL

0151 478 4199

It is worth noting that HEIR2016 will coincide with the 2016 edition of the Liverpool Biennial (9 July - 16 October), a festival of contemporary art. Find out more about the 9th Biennial.