|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult Ticket||£3.95 per ticket|
|Concession||£3.50 per ticket|
|Child (aged 5-16)||£2.75 per ticket|
|Family Ticket (2 Adults & 2 Children)||£11.50 per ticket|
|Group (15+)||£3.00 per ticket|
Be a Gift Aid visitor – UK taxpayers can choose to Gift Aid their admission at no extra cost which helps your contribution to our charity go further. Gift aided tickets last 12 months to allow return visits.
Author: Visit Wirral
Port Sunlight Museum & Garden Village, 'Wirral Independent Business of the Year' 2017, 'Wirral Attraction of the Year' 2016 & 2015 and 'Small Visitor Attraction of the Year' at the 2015 and 2014 Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards, is a unique and beautiful 19th century garden village created solely for the Sunlight Soap factory workers.
Step inside Port Sunlight Museum and meet the village's creator, 'Soap King' William Hesketh Lever. Discover his vision for the village and its residents.
Find out about the architects who designed the houses, principal buildings and landscapes. Experience what it was like to live and work here during the village's heyday. Within the museum you will get an insight into different characters who lived and worked in the village during its early years.
For those wanting to explore the village, the museum offers a variety of tour options. Choose from a multimedia tour, guided village tour led by a Port Sunlight guide or a self-guided walking trail taking you on a circular route starting and ending at the museum. The museum is filled with a mix of special exhibitions, evolving displays, interactive touch screens and film footage from past into present day; in addition to a recently restored Edwardian restored worker’s cottage.
Refreshments are available from a contemporary tea room located above the museum, open daily, the tea room caters for individuals and small groups (large groups must pre-book) serving a delicious selection of freshly prepared sandwiches, light lunches, award-winning cakes.
Offering a full yearly programme of events, Port Sunlight Museum is a great day out for couples, families and groups.
- Accept Credit/Debit Cards
- All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors
- Car Parking
- Educational Visits Accepted
- Gift Shop
- Guide Dogs Permitted
- Local - Property Rental / Holiday Cottage Hire
- Wheel Chair Hire
Children & Infants
- Child Friendly
- Conference facilities - Wedding Venue Room Hire
Parking & Transport
- On site parking - Free on-site parking
Map & Directions
By Car:Leave the M53 at junction 4, follow the B5137 and take the second left onto the B5136 towards Port Sunlight. Follow the brown and white road signs for Port Sunlight Village.
Public Transport Directions
By train: The nearest train station is Bebington although Port Sunlight is also within walking distance. They are both on the Chester and Ellesmere Port Merseyrail lines. Leave the station and come out onto Old Chester Road (use the ramp if you require level access). Turn left, cross at the traffic lights, then turn left again down Bebington Road, passing under the railway bridge. Turn next right down Greendale Road. Continue along the pavement on the same side as the cottages for approximately 400 yards until you see the Leverhulme memorial Take the pathway on your left leading into Windy Bank. The entrance to Port Sunlight Museum is to the left of the fountain. By bus: Take number 464 to Bebington Road bus stop (starts at Sir Thomas Street in Liverpool city centre) or number 38 to Bebington rail station bus stop (runs between Clatterbridge Hospital and West Kirby station). Once you get off the bus refer to the above directions from Bebington railway station.
- Green Tourism Awards Green Business Tourism Award (Silver) 2013
- Local Awards Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards 2014 - Winner 2014
- Regional Awards Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards 2015 - WINNER 2015
- VAQAS VB Attraction VAQAS
|2020 (1 January 2020 - 31 December 2020)|
* Port Sunlight Museum is open daily, 10.00am - 5.00pm, except for 25th and 26th December and 1st January, when it will be closed. Please be advised that the museum normally closes from 12 noon on 24 December.Dates and times marked with a '*' are provisional and may be subject to change