Garstang Museum

Garstang Museum of Archaeology

Explore the ancient world. Discover new cultures. Connect with the past.

Tel: +44 (0)151 794 6793

Open every Wednesday and Thursday, 10am-4pm. Free entry.

A journey through the ancient world

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.

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Behind the scenes of the Garstang Museum

Our curator, Dr Gina Criscenzo-Laycock, tells us more about the 3,500 year old 'Garstang Mummy' from the museum’s collections.

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Collections

Explore highlights of the Garstang Museum collections with our curated pinterest boards and 3D models

How to access our collections Researchers

Information for researchers

The collections of the Garstang Museum consist of archaeological artefacts, from the ancient Near East, Mediterranean and Europe as well as John Garstang's letters and extensive photography collection.

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Blog

Discover more about our collections and artefacts.

https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/csd/app-directory/before-egypt/ Before Egypt

Before Egypt app

Get up close to our collections with our AR app featuring 3D interactive models of ancient Egyptian artefacts from the Predynastic Period