Museum of Liverpool

‘Blitzed: Liverpool lives’ which runs from 14 June 2019 to summer 2021 reveals the devastation the Blitz brought to the lives and city of Liverpool in photographs taken by Liverpool City Police between 1940 and 1941.

These images are accompanied by personal accounts, which bring to life the impact of the war through the eyes of those directly affected by the bombings. The exhibition features sensory elements including tactile images, wartime aromas and audio-description.

There are also tactile objects with braille labelling displayed throughout the museum and a braille guide to the museum is available from the information desk.

The museum also offers tactile tours. If you would like to visit the museum with your group and have specific access requirements please contact Julia Bryan [email protected] to discuss these.

Cloakroom lockers and keyrings have braille labelling and drinking bowls for assistance dogs are available from the information desk.