Liverpool Scottish Regimental Museum

The Liverpool Scottish Museum Trust
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A permanent physical museum to hold the collection of objects and archival material is longer feasible. However modern technology does allow the Trust to fulfill its remit in other ways.To this end a series of programmes and projects to digitize the collection before disposal and preserve the archive are underway. Part of the results of these efforts are presented here as an online museum. Like a physical museum 'exhibits' will come and go so expect periodic changes to the site.

The aim is to preserve, for another hundred years, if not the actual objects of our history, the story our battalion serving as an example for all those others who served in the Territorials and whose stories are now lost.

Venue Type:


Opening hours

A virtual museum.

Admission charges

A virtual museum.

Additional info

Family research
Ample parking on road immediately outside
Easy access from city centre, ring road and M62

The Museum collection includes the uniforms and other military artefacts covering 100 years of the history of a kilted Scottish volunteer infantry regiment established in Liverpool.The collection of photographs and other documentary information is extensive.

Collection details

Weapons and War

Key artists and exhibits

  • First World War
  • Noel Chavasse
  • Forbes
  • Photographs
  • Uniforms
  • Medals
  • Second World War
  • Scottish uniforms
  • Infantry
  • King's Regiment
  • Liverpool Regiment

Liverpool Scottish Regimental Museum
c/o Major IL Riley TD FSA Scot
The Shambles
51a Common Lane


Mirror site and back-up




01925 766157



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