During the 1920s and 30s Liverpool maintained its standing as 'second city of the Empire'; a status reflected by its wealth and continued expansion. The city embraced the new Art Deco style and has a wealth of wonderful architecture in both the city centre and the surrounding suburbs.
Join Art Deco expert Mike Hope to explore the famous landmarks and hidden gems plus important collections of decorative arts and paintings in the national museums of Merseyside.
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