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Experience more than 120 years of Liverpool Football Club history in a brand new environment as the Reds' re-launched museum opens today.
The brand new interactive museum at Anfield uses state-of-the-art technology to bring the greatest moments of the club's illustrious past to life alongside the modern-day stars.
Following extensive renovation work, the doors will be opened to Liverpool fans, and supporters can become the first to enjoy the experience.
So if you want to examine our five European Cups and glittering trophy cabinet at the closest of quarters, click here for information on available times and how to book.
Visitors will be guided around the venue by former Reds captain and assistant manager, Phil Thompson, who shares his personal Anfield experiences via a multimedia headset provided to all.
As well as an array of memorabilia exhibitions, a tour of the museum also includes the opportunity to capture an iconic image in a photo booth, with nine different LFC options available.
There is no shortage of amusement for children either, with fascinating facts from LFC's official mascot Mighty Red, the chance to take a virtual penalty in a European Cup final and much more.
Fans can conclude their unforgettable outing by moving to the adjacent Boot Room Sports Cafe, where a unique Bill Shankly exhibition features previously unseen memorabilia.
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