Everton Collection, The

Liverpool Record Office, Central Library, William Brown Street
Liverpool L3 8EW


The Everton Collection is Heritage Lottery funded to promote the history of football through the story of Everton F.C. The Everton Collection is the most complete collection of football memorabilia in the world relating to a single football club.

General Register Office (GRO)

PO Box 2
Southport PR8 2JD


The General Register Office is part of Her Majesty's Passport Office and oversees civil registration in England and Wales. We maintain the national archive of all births, marriages and deaths dating back to 1837.

Liverpool Central Library, Archive & Record Office

Liverpool Central Library and Archive, William Brown Street
Liverpool L3 8EW

The largest library is the Central Library in the City Centre. There are smaller community libraries spread across the city. Collections: Liverpool Record Office's photographic image collection is a Designated Collection of national importance. The photographic collection contains photographs from the City Engineer.

National Conservation Centre

Liverpool L1 6HZ


National Museums Liverpool's award-winning Conservation Centre is the first national conservation centre in the UK, and the only one of its kind open to the public. Collections: The exhibition shows how conservators uncover the secrets within objects and how they keep the ravages of time at bay. Discover how our world class conservators preserve and restore everything from fine art and sculpture to space suits and ancient archaeological treasures, meet a conservator at work via a live video link, take part in a hands-on activity or a behind-the-scenes tour, get an expert's opinion on looking after your heirlooms.

Port Sunlight Museum

23 King George's Drive
Port Sunlight, Wirral CH62 5DX

Located in the heart of Port Sunlight, a world famous 19th century garden village, Port Sunlight Museum offers a unique insight into the origins and social history of one of Britain's finest and most intact model villages. Port Sunlight consists of over 900 Grade II Listed buildings and has one of the largest War Memorials outside of London. Discover within Port Sunlight Museum what it would have been like to live in this village during the late 1800s and early 1900s.

Prescot Museum

The Prescot Centre, Prescot Shopping Centre, Aspinall Street
Knowsley L34 5GA


Prescot Museum provides access to the cultural heritage of Knowsley through its local history collection, museum displays and educational and outreach programme. The museum presents a range of permanent and temporary exhibitions, celebrating the history of Prescot, including the town's watch-making past, former industries, local dignitaries, businesses and much more.

St Helens Local History & Archives Library

First floor, Gamble Building
St Helens WA10 1DY


The Local History & Archives Library is on the first floor of the Gamble Building. It holds the historic records of St Helens.

Unilever Archives

PO Box 69
Port Sunlight, Wirral CH62 4ZD

The archivists are responsible for the collection and management of Unilever's archives which span several centuries - in fact, our oldest document dates from 1295. The archives contain original documents, printed sources, artefacts and artwork, images and films. Collections: The Archive of the United Africa Company is of primary significance for the study of the evolution of British business and corporate organisations; the character of the transnational enterprise; the economic and political development of the main West African societies.