Port Sunlight is a beautiful garden village and award-winning tourist attraction, boasting some of the finest architecture in the northwest. Originally built for the workers at the Lever Brothers Soap Works, this Wirral village is now home to more than 2,000 residents, as well as a range of attractions including the award-winning Port Sunlight Museum and a recently restored Edwardian worker’s cottage.
The Museum explores the founding and development of Port Sunlight through the decades and brings the village to life through information interpretation panels, interactive and memorabilia displays.
A unique 20 minute film, ‘Sunlight Spirit’ features characters that lived and worked in the village, whilst the museum also houses a special exhibition gallery that changes annually.
The new Edwardian worker’s cottage experience allows visitors to explore an original home to the village, portrayed as it may have looked when first built in 1913.