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Slavery History Trail

Albert Dock | Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AQ, England
+44 151 709 7682
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Slavery History Trail

My son and I went on this walking tour with our excellent guide, Eric Scott Lynch. Eric is a fount... read more

Reviewed 2 April 2014
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Informative and eye-opening

3 of us attended this trail and we were all really impressed. Mr Lynch is an excellent tour guide... read more

Reviewed 7 March 2014
Leo R
London, United Kingdom
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Albert Dock | Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AQ, England
+44 151 709 7682
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Reviewed 2 April 2014

My son and I went on this walking tour with our excellent guide, Eric Scott Lynch. Eric is a fount of knowledge about the history of Liverpool and particularly the key role played by the slave trade in the economic development of the city. Eric...More

8  Thank Rah14
Reviewed 7 March 2014

3 of us attended this trail and we were all really impressed. Mr Lynch is an excellent tour guide, he was very knowledgeable, historically accurate, and engaging. We learnt a lot, and it was fascinating looking at a British city from a different perspective -...More

4  Thank Leo R
Reviewed 28 September 2013

There seems to be some confusion between this (a walking tour) and the International Slavery Museum - with the website details above being wrong and many of the reviews seeming to be about the museum rather than the Slavery History Trail. I've flagged this up...More

6  Thank rachelm_2011
Reviewed 17 February 2013

I enter and spoke to a guide he had loads of knowledge not only on this subject but Liverpool it self. The history trail is a must for everyone to visit, so interesting.

2  Thank Angalina
Reviewed 21 January 2013

Amazing attention to detail - if you're interested in the city's history- this is a MUST DO!! I didn't realise just how much of this city's weatlth was built on the slave trade, or the streets that gave names to slaves traders and shipping line...More

3  Thank Jan P
Reviewed 30 December 2012

An excellent, and very informative attraction. This is a must see, it makes you think. Thankfully times have changed.

Thank steviebentley
Reviewed 21 November 2012

What a one-sided story about 'slavery'!!! Never Again! I would never let my children visit here. It doesn't say that the slaves were sold by their OWN FAMILIES (as Ainsley Harriot discovered when he found out a Great Great Grandparent was a main slave trader)...More

6  Thank LENNOX96
Reviewed 31 August 2012

You feel that you should apologise for a chapter of history that is nothing to do with our generation. Very humbling experience and interesting too.

Thank Barbwilko
Reviewed 11 June 2012

This is a fascinating and enlightening tour given by Eric Scott Lynch, a British born black man who has researched the history of the city and gives a true account of where its wealth came from - transatlantic slavery. Taken from the docks on a...More

2  Thank Denise L
Reviewed 6 March 2012

Eric Scoot Lynch has researced the slavery history and tells the strory that needs to be told in such a way that you feel moved and informed at the same time. i can recommend it to anyone.

Thank myopinion70
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