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Port Sunlight Museum, Port Sunlight

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  • Interesting display of the development and rationale for Port Sunlight. Well worth visiting prior to walking around the village.  more »
  • Good to see how William Levers idea started. The lady on reception desk was knowleable and answered our questions about the village  more »
  • So unexpected. The external architecture alone would bowl you over [ unexpected in rural location ]. As for the collections, do spend hours taking them all in. Easier once you get used to the centrali...  more »
  • Lovely village dating from 1888,built by Lord Leverhulme to house the workers in his soap factory. Picturesque buildings and some beautiful gardens and open spaces. NB. The classic white building in various photos is NOT the museum but the Lady Lever Art Gallery. The museum is nearby,diagonally opposite,and appears in some of the photos too. But it's not white.
  • One of my go to places to walk the dogs, wonderful at all times of the year. The monuments and gardens are well maintained throughout the year with many events on. Great for a history buff with very interesting monuments and at architecture. The museum is great for a family and for the discerning artist.
  • Stayed in Port Sunlight for 4 days while "house sitting and cat sitting" for friends who are residents to the a couple who are from the silent Shropshire hills this place was perfectly quiet for us. There is plenty to see with a museum, art gallery, garden centre, tea room, a craft fair (look out for someone called Gemma Roberts, she is a resident in the area and makes her crafts in Port Sunlight with great prices) and a train station so it easy to access....we been visiting for years anyway and really got to know the village.......Just one note for visitors who want to see the village, even though it's described as a "model village" there are real people that live in the houses in the village and I have been stories by our friends, where they have had found people coming right up to there windows and looking inside there house. My friend also told me once that a lady came up to her doorstep demanding that she tells her what she had been doing inside the house.....when my friend said "I live here" the lady didn't belive her and started telling my friend that people don't live in these houses as they were souly "tourist attractions". From what have learnt about this village is that the residents would love to have visitors come and see their village and all the wonderful things here but I do ask visistors to respect the houses and the privacy of the residents...I would advise looking from a distance and no peeking through people's windows or verbally attacking people at there doorstep.
  • Beautiful place and I can't believe I have never visited until now considering I don't live that far away. The art gallery cafe isn't too expensive and the food in the garden centre is delicious
  • Very well looked after tourist attractions and lots of history...a must visit.