Things to do around Port Sunlight Village

With 130 acres of idyllic garden village to explore, you may not know where to start? Port Sunlight makes an ideal visitor destination thanks to its well-connected transport links, perfect for families and solo explorers alike. Here are some suggestions to get you started:

Port Sunlight Experience

There’s plenty to explore in Port Sunlight and that’s why we have created the Port Sunlight Experience which includes visiting Port Sunlight Museum and the Edwardian Worker’s Cottage. You can book your tickets here.

Guided Walking Tours

Our walking tours of the village, led by friendly and experienced guides, uncover some of the fascinating stories of village life past and present.

You can also pick up a self-led trail from our gift shop at Port Sunlight Museum to help you explore.

Lady Lever Art Gallery

Dedicated to the memory of William Lever’s wife, the Lady Lever Art Gallery has the best collection of Wedgwood jasperware anywhere in the world as well as internationally renowned Pre-Raphaelite paintings. Visit

Historical Landmarks

The village is home to more than 900 Grade II listed buildings with over 30 different architects that created the buildings, monuments and memorials that we see today. Explore the imposing tombs of Lady Lever and Viscount Leverhulme at Christ Church, and the War Memorial in the centre of the village with its poignant sculptures. Our walking tours are a perfect way to understand these in greater detail.

Port Sunlight plays host to a variety of events through the year at venues such as the Gladstone Theatre and Hulme Hall, where Ringo Starr first performed with The Beatles.

The village is proud to hold Green Flag and Green Heritage Accreditation in recognition of the care and attention we give to our historic buildings and parks and gardens. Why not call in to the popular Port Sunlight Garden Centre to recreate your own little part of Port Sunlight at home.