The shorter history of Port Sunlight does not reduce its beauty, and the town boats buildings such as the Lady Lever Art Gallery – the magnificence of which is accented by its long, tree-lined approach. Indeed, both villages, with their meticulous landscaping, provide great insight into the North West’s extensive industrial heritage and the lives of those who created it.
Other nearby attractions
Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight
With collections of 18th and 19th century paintings, this magnificent building is just one of the many gems of the village. See website:
Port Sunlight Village Community
Wirral Country Park
Running for 12 miles up the Wirral Peninsula and including attractive beaches the Wirral Country Park is on the site of a former railway line. Featuring wild flowers, it is now a popular amongst walkers, cyclists and horse riders, much of which runs along the coast. : Wirral Country Park
The botanical gardens of the University of Liverpool are world renowned. The highlight is in spring with the Laburnum Arches. Ness Gardens