Visitors

Visiting the Centre

Many people visit St Anne’s to find out more about the asylum seekers and refugees coming in to Liverpool  ALM staff and volunteers are used to showing visitors around the building. We actively encourage visitors to meet with and get to know asylum seekers and refugees as this helps develop better understanding of why people come to this country and the circumstances leading to this.

Sometimes we’re asked if there are any extra risks involved in visiting St Anne’s – we would say no more so that at the museum or any other public space. We aim to create a safe, friendly environment for asylum seekers and refugees of all faiths and cultures, and for people to meet and get to understand one another and the place they have arrived in.

While we welcome all visitors to ALM we ask you to contact us first.  If you would like to visit us please download the visits form and visitor information sheet