Prescot Museum

Prescot Museum
The Prescot Centre
Prescot Shopping Centre
Aspinall Street
Knowsley
Merseyside
L34 5GA
England

Website

www.prescotmuseum.org.uk

E-mail

tina.ball@knowsley.gov.uk

Telephone

Main contact number

0151 443 5617

Museum/Galleries enquiries

0151 443 5354

Collections Store

0151 443 4680

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Prescot Museum exists to inform and inspire by preserving, promoting and providing access to the cultural heritage of Knowsley through our 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.
The Prescot Centre is a combined services venue, incorporating Prescot Museum, Prescot Library and Prescot One Stop Shop.

Venue Type:

Museum, Library, Gallery

Opening hours

Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
Saturday, 10am-3.30pm

Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays

Admission charges

Admission is Free!

Getting there

The Prescot Centre is located on the upper level of Prescot Shopping Centre, and can be accessed via the rear entrance at the free car park on Aspinall Street or the entrances on Eccleston Street

Additional info

Full wheelchair access throughout the building
Free car park at the rear of Prescot Shopping Centre with multiple disabled parking spaces, accessible via a lift
'Changing Places' facilities and accessible toilet
Textphone
Big print weekly newspaper (Prescot Library)
Touch screen (Prescot Library)
Screen reading and magnification software for the visually impaired (Prescot Library)
Translation and Interpretation Service via telephone (One Stop Shop)

Local history collections and an important collection of clocks and watches reflecting the horological heritage of the town.

Collection details

Archives, Industry, Science and Technology, Social History

Resources listed here may include websites, bookable tours and workshops, books, loan boxes and more. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all.

Sunday Funday

http://www.prescotmuseum.org.uk/

Every Sunday between 14.00-16.00 Prescot Museum gives you the chance to get creative. Come and join in with a free, drop-in activity session to make a variety of fun things.

How to obtain

For more information about what is coming up, contact the museum on 0151 430 7787.

Getting there

The Prescot Centre is located on the upper level of Prescot Shopping Centre, and can be accessed via the rear entrance at the free car park on Aspinall Street or the entrances on Eccleston Street

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