Things to see and do in Port Sunlight.
So you don’t miss anything on your visit, follow our suggested list and you will be sure to have a complete overview of this unique and beautiful 19th century garden village when you visit
- On arrival begin your visit at Port Sunlight Museum
- Visit the museum, gift shop and toilets
- Enjoy refreshments in ‘Tea’ tea room
- Purchase a Village self-guided Walking Trail
- Explore Port Sunlight Village and its many other venue
Other places to visit within Port Sunlight Village are:
- Lady Lever Art Gallery
- Port Sunlight Garden Centre
- Christ Church
- The Bridge Inn public house
- Leverhulme Hotel
- Gladstone Theatre
- Tudor Tea Rooms
- The Railway Inn public house
During the year Port Sunlight Museum hosts a number of events, from family friendly, child friendly and adult lectures.
Visit our events page to find out what’s on!
Port Sunlight Museum
The new Museum has exhibits for all types of visitor, including a special exhibition on Lady Lever, new for 2013.
You can use state-of-the-art audio-visuals and interactives, a model of the village and a typical Port Sunlight house plus
you will find historical items from the village’s past. It also has a well-stocked gift shop offering a wide selection of items for
residents and general visitors at good prices, from pottery, linen and stationery depicting views of the village, to our very
popular range of soaps – Sunlight, Lifebuoy and Pears to name but a few.
The Museum welcomes a large number of group visits each year, from U3A and NADFAS, to Probus and the National Trust. We have a variety of package deals specifically designed for group visitors, which include entry to Port Sunlight Museum and guided tours of the village.
‘tea at the museum’ is open daily and set in a contemporary style with seating for up to 40, ideal for coach groups visiting the museum. From tasty sandwiches to delicious cakes and pastries, this is an ideal place to enjoy
To find out more, contact the Visitor Services Team
Call: 0151 644 6466
Every day: 10.00am – 5.00pm*
Except for 25 and 26 December and 1 January, when we will be closed. Please be advised that the museum normally closes
from 12 noon on 24 December.
Adult: £3.75 Concessions: £3.00 Child (aged 5-16): £2.00 Group of 10+: £2.50 per person