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Port Sunlight Village & Sunlight Vision Museum
King George's Drive
Port Sunlight

Wirral
Merseyside

CH62 5DX | View map
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Come and discover the fascinating history of Port Sunlight. This world famous village was built in the 19th century by William Hesketh Lever for his soap factory workers.

LOTS TO SEE AND DO

  • Beautiful architecture
  • Marvellous gardens
  • The Port Sunlight Heritage Centre
  • The Lady Lever Art Gallery
  • A unique War Memorial
  • Christ Church
  • Port Sunlight Garden Centre
  • Gladstone Theatre
  • Bowling Greens
  • The Dell (sunken gardens)
  • Fountain and statues
  • Village Trail
  • Guided walks from Heritage Centre (April - Oct, 12 noon and 2.15pm, Adults £3, Concessions £2.50, Children £1)

    Port Sunlight a mystery?
    Come and discover the history!

    Details

    Nearest UK Airport: Liverpool
    Months Open: All Year
    April - Oct, Mon - Sun, 10am - 4pm
    Nov - March, Sat - Sun, 11am - 4pm
    Closed Christmas week
    Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
    Discount for Groups: Yes - £2
    Car Parking: Yes - Limited
    Wedding Facilities: Yes - Hulme Hall in village
    Admission Price: Adult: £3.75
    Children: £2
    Concessions: £3
    Family: £9.99
    Gift Shop: Yes
    Catering: Café at Lady Lever Art Gallery or Port Sunlight Garden Centre

    More Attractions nearby

    Arrowe Country Park (1.10 miles)

    Williamson Art Gallery (2.30 miles)

    Lady Lever Art Gallery (2.83 miles)

    Birkenhead Park (2.99 miles)

    Glenarm Castle (3.19 miles)

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