Updated: Jul 29, 2018
23 King Georges Drive, Wirral, Merseyside, CH62
T: 0151 644 6466
Opening hours: open daily 10am - 5pm
Port Sunlight Museum tells the story of William Lever and his vision in creating this village for workers at his Sunlight Soap factory. The displays explore how the village developed, from the working conditions to the charming architecture and lively social scene. The museum is packed with nostalgia, from vintage soap packaging to the story Ringo Starr’s first performance with the Beatles, which took place in Port Sunlight in 1962. Through film shows, interactive, models and an array of intriguing artefacts you can discover the tale of this inspirational village.
The village itself is certainly worth a stroll around too, it has an interesting history and the architecture is gorgeous; you can purchase a self guided trail of the Village from Port Sunlight Museum. Guided walking tours for general visitors are on offer during the high season too.
Museum admission: Adults: £4.50 Concessions: £4.00 Children (aged 5-16): £3.25 Family ticket (2+2) £13.00 Group of 15+: £3.50 per person
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