10am – 1pm
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COMING UP AT
24 JUNE 2020
MUSEUM REMAINS CLOSED
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Out of concern for the health and safety of our visitors and volunteers, and the potential spread of COVID-19 the Museum will temporarily close.
The Museum will provide updates to this situation on our website and through our social media channels.
West Kirby Museum houses a collection of stones and other items which tell the story of St. Bridget's Church and the local village over the past 1000 years. The collection is housed within St Bridget's Centre in West Kirby.
In 2013, the museum was fully refurbished and expanded to increase space for the displays and add interpretation.
Visit us for free and learn about everything from Vikings to Victorians, from the Prehistoric to the Present Day.
Extend your visit outside by picking up our walking guide for just 50p which will take you around West Kirby and explain the significance of the oldest buildings nearby.
We have added a new page to the website which shows off the items held in the West Kirby Museum Commemorating Charles Dawson Brown's collection. Click here to view the Reserve Collection.
We are always in need of funds to help with the upkeep of the museum and any donation towards our continued running would be gratefully received.
Payment can be sent via cheque in the post, or using the PayPal Donation button to the right.
Join our new Friends Group and help us with fundraising, research, staffing the museum when open, organising exhibitions and displays, and encouraging school, student, research and tourism visitors.