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Afternoon out

Port Sunlight is a place of exceptional interest and the museum is worth a visit on it's own. To... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Ken612013
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Evesham, United Kingdom
Brilliant place

This is a very informative and interesting museum it tells the story of soap and the man behind it... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
patrician784
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Birmingham, United Kingdom
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The perfect place to begin your journey exploring this historic garden village. The Museum tells the story of industrialist William Lever and how he created a high quality village to house the workers at his soap factory. The story of the village is...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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23 King Georges Drive | Port Sunlight Village Trust, Port Sunlight CH62 5DX, England
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Port Sunlight is a place of exceptional interest and the museum is worth a visit on it's own. To walk round the rest of the village is amazing, it is well kept and very nice.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a very informative and interesting museum it tells the story of soap and the man behind it who built a village for his workers. There is a 20 minute informative film which gives you an insight into the beginnings of the soap factory...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A compact museum about Port Sunlight and soap. Very informative and well worth a visit. Doesn’t take long to get about

Thank Rodger R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Whilst I was staying in Liverpool, I decided to pop over and visit Port Sunlight, as I was impressed with what I saw on an episode of Flog It. The television did not do the Village justice! The whole village is just so amazing! When...More

Thank DonaldM739
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a lovely place Port Sunlight is. The village is really beautiful with such a wide range of building styles in the houses but they are all superbly maintained and the overall effect is amazing. The museum itself is very informative and the leaflet which...More

Thank pamcam2016
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Visited this architectural village today and small museum along with the Lady lever art gallery. All interesting and something different finding out all about the history of the sunlight soap industry. The war memorial was lovely and a good garden centre over the road too....More

Thank Helen T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited Port Sunlight on a sunny afternoon and walked around the village enjoying the different architectural styles. The museum building itself was attractive and it housed a variety of interesting exhibits. The worker's cottage was a highlight. There is free parking throughout the village.

Thank DouglasBay1958
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were staying near Chester and really enjoyed our visit to the Port Sunlight museum. I loved how the information was displayed especially the use of figures and sound e.g. The Beatles interview. I learnt a lot from the museum and found the staff very...More

Thank princesspentium
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Although the museum is fascinating they charge extra for a map of the site which I think should be included in the price. Also the coffee shop was closed which was a real let down especially at 1 o’clock on a Thursday afternoon.

Thank alysonasmall
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

What a wonderful man Mr Lever was, and what foresight he had. He set up this wonderful village for his workers, he had harsh rules, but he did look after the workers, building nice houses for them, giving them a job, and of course making...More

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Barbara B
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Response from Jon2512 | Reviewed this property |
I suggest you ring them. They are very helpful. Best of luck! Cheers. Jon
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Marilyn S
4 April 2018|
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Response from Diane B | Reviewed this property |
Dogs aren’t allowed in the museum or workers cottage but can be walked all around the village.
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22 February 2017|
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Response from One-Gerry-G | Reviewed this property |
It is a small exhibition all on one level with a level entry from the street. The staff there are very helpful and friendly and will assist those with difficulties.
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Rosie J
6 February 2017|
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Response from One-Gerry-G | Reviewed this property |
They do have a website. Type 'Port Sunlight Museum website' into Google. Enjoy.
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