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National Museums Liverpool Set To Launch Its New Events Brand Concept With City-Wide Venues

National Museums Liverpool is set to launch its rebranded events business, offering corporate and private venue hire opportunities across the City Region.

Operating as ‘Hosted by National Museums Liverpool’, the newly-established brand manages a number of venues with capacities of up to 1,000 guests, with iconic settings ideal for events from dinners, conferences and drinks receptions to Christmas parties, weddings and location filming.

As the largest cultural organisation in the North West, National Museums Liverpool boasts individual yet versatile spaces including Merseyside Maritime Museum and World Museum (home to the blockbuster Terracotta Warriors exhibition), allowing clientele to host events amongst internationally-important artworks and fascinating objects.

Head of Events Katie Roberts said: “The team and I are excited to officially launch our ‘Hosted by National Museums Liverpool’ brand as we have worked tirelessly to build an exceptional events offering which is as unique as the venues that we operate from. Throughout the past five years especially, we have enjoyed increased demand and great success, and we are now in a fantastic position to place this area within the organisation as a venture standing out in its own right.

“Our portfolio of spaces offer tailored solutions to a wide range of event requirements, with a dedicated and experienced team of experts on-hand from the planning stages to the execution and delivery of any occasion. Each of our venues is so different to the next – from modern meeting rooms to historic galleries – meaning we can offer personalised options to all of our clients allowing them to create something that feels truly bespoke to them.”

Due to its exceptional-standard of customer service, Hosted by National Museums Liverpool’s in-house team has been awarded the ‘Excellence in Business Tourism’ accolade at the Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards in both 2017 and 2018 consecutively.

Katie added: “To make this venture even more exciting, those who choose to host an event with us will be providing crucial support to our museums and galleries, playing an important role in preserving the city’s prominent culture and tourism sector. All of our profits are gifted back to support the important work of National Museums Liverpool, and to allow the organisation to continue to bring internationally significant collections to the city.

“We can’t wait to share our concept for the new chapter of our brand and are excited for all of the fantastic things still in store.”