Following University of Liverpool guidelines regarding government advice on the spread of Covid-19, the Garstang Museum is currently closed. The situation is under review and we will share updates as and when we have further information. For any queries please refer to the University’s advice pages.
A journey through ancient Egypt
The Garstang Museum is the University of Liverpool's museum of archaeology, founded in 1904. Our collections include artefacts excavated from Egypt, Sudan and the Near East with highlights including our exceptional Nubian collection and the Egyptian mummy at the heart of our Egyptian Afterlife gallery.
Behind the scenes of the Garstang Museum
Our curator, Gina Criscenzo-Laycock, tells us more about the 3,500 year old 'Garstang Mummy' from the museum’s collections.
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