Our museum shop offers a wide range of gifts, books, retro and vintage games, stationery, pottery and pocket money-priced gifts for younger visitors.
Take home a piece of our Port Sunlight linenware. We’ve aprons, tea towels, bags and oven gloves, each printed with views of the village. We also have bars of Sunlight, Lifebuoy or Vinolia soap, as produced by the ‘Soap King’ himself.
Also check out ‘Tweedmill Textiles’, a range of woolen rugs woven from recycled and respun fibres, creating an environmentally-friendly and totally unique product.
All shop purchases help to support and secure the future of Port Sunlight Village.
Residents! Remember that you receive a 10% discount on shop and Tea Room purchases on production of your residents’ discount card. To receive yours email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0151 644 6466.
If you yearn to avoid the chaos of the high street, and want to buy loved ones something seasonal, Sunlight and special then our museum shop is for you this festive season.
We have gifts including beautiful jewellery, cosy winter blankets made from recycled materials, seasonal scented candles and gift sets, plus a range of photo frames for your treasured pictures. Gents gifts include traditional cufflinks, grooming gifts, and even moustache wax!
Our shelves are brimming with aprons, cake stands, china mugs, and teapots, perfect for Bake Off fans. A selection of books on Port Sunlight, Wirral and the wider historic area will please our local history buffs and for children check out our range of retro toys including tiddlywinks, draughts, clockwork cars and jars of marbles.
And when you’ve finished shopping relax with a Christmas afternoon tea!
The ultimate Port Sunlight souvenir, Sunlight Soap is the perfect reminder of a visit to the birthplace of the Lever Brothers soap empire. These special edition packs are available only from the museum gift shop and contain two retro bars of Sunlight Soap in unique, stylish packaging. Choose from Sunlight, Lifebuoy and Vinolia – the smell and style of a bygone era!