'Return of the Gods' has landed at World Museum Liverpool, where it will remain until February 2024
The 'Return of the Gods' exhibition has made its thunderous entrance at World Museum Liverpool.
The collection of impressive marble statues was originally collected by the 18th century antiquarian, Henry Blundell of Sefton.
This is the first time these sculptures will be displayed on such a scale, with the sculptures comparable in importance and quality to the British Museum, and to Roman sculptures at the Vatican, Italy and other European museums.
This family-friendly exhibition is your chance to learn more about ancient Greek and Roman mythology, deep-diving into the theories behind Gods, Goddesses, heroes and heroines of the historical period.
This exhibition is available to visit until 25 February 2024. Tickets can be purchased online here.
Click the video below for a sneak peek.
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