Port Sunlight is a charming village on the Wirral Peninsula in England, known for its well-preserved Victorian and Edwardian architecture and its historical significance as a model village built by the Lever Brothers, the founders of the multinational company Unilever. While it may only be a small village, there are still several things to do in Port Sunlight.
Port Sunlight Museum
One of the most popular things to do in Port Sunlight is to visit the Museum. Here you can learn all about the history of the village and its development.
Lady Lever Art Gallery
The Lady Lever art gallery was founded by the Lever family, and it contains an impressive collection of 18th and 19th-century British and European paintings, as well as decorative arts.
Gladstone theatre is a lovely intimate theatre that showcases some incredible shows throughout the year. They offer something for everyone from children’s shows such as the monkey with no bum to comedy shows for the adults and not forgetting the all important Christmas Pantomimes. Be sure to check the Gladstone Theatre website to see what’s on prior to your visit.
Port Sunlight River Park
If you are looking for things to do in Port Sunlight with children then a trip to the riverside park is a must as it is 28 hectors of wildlife, paths and wetlands, perfect for exploring and letting off steam. Of course you can also go without children and enjoy a leisurely walk or bike ride and take in the beautiful scenic views of the River Mersey.