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Well worth the time

As a historian, I am skeptical of many museums that offer a pat narrative of a complex topic. This... read more

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jrc78
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Tennessee
Well worth a visit.

This museum is well worth a visit. It's free and with plenty to see and read. School parties do... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
spy777
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Burton upon Trent, United Kingdom
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At International Slavery Museum you'll find out about the millions of people, both in the past and today, who have been taken into slavery, in particular those who were part of the transatlantic slave trade between about 1500 and 1865. Liverpool was...more
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International Slavery Museum Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AX, England
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Reviewed today

As a historian, I am skeptical of many museums that offer a pat narrative of a complex topic. This one didn't. Overall, I was very impressed and recommend a visit. They don't have a ton of artifacts, but they use what they have to good...More

Thank jrc78
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This was not a museum. It had a collection of random African Artefacts, placed within some stereotypical, generic “African” type hutty things. The actual “museum” consisted of a number of small TV screens with earnest lefty types saying how bad slavery was. We knew that...More

Thank Teresa H
Reviewed 3 days ago

This museum is well worth a visit. It's free and with plenty to see and read. School parties do tend to visit, so we went early!

Thank spy777
Reviewed 6 days ago

Wanted to visit this museum (even came back as it had just closed the 1st time we went). Such an important story in our history and should be constantly in the public awareness. However, my friend and I were very disappointed as the exhibition seemed...More

Thank Anne Lesley M
Reviewed 6 days ago

You will never forget this. Nor should you. As a spectical it is excellent, but this could hide the fact that it's packed with important information about the past, present and future.

Thank Manyhotels
Reviewed 6 days ago

Everyone should visit the slavery museum and understand what it would be like to travel in the old boats for days on end. The cruelty was horrific.

Thank SueM1950
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is in the Albert Dock area and tells the sorry story about slavery. It is a shame it is not open later like other places in the area as closes at 5-00PM

Thank Peter M
Reviewed 1 week ago

I found the whole experience of this museum so moving and thought provoking, it should be a must for all children and lots of parents

Thank Comman
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Well presented free museum. Worth a visit. Location is a little confusing above the Maritime Museum. Just one floor.

Thank Selina C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was my second trip to this museum. A sadly thought provoking encounter. This museum brings the topic of slavery up to date with videos from modern day slaves, MPs, modern abolishonists and others who can give their unique perspective on this subject. There are...More

Thank al1474
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Gudey98
28 February 2018|
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Response from Roger W | Reviewed this property |
All the museums around Albert Dock are free to go in. The slavery museum is in the Maritime Museum along with Titanic and others
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ToonAngel
1 September 2015|
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Response from kerry e | Reviewed this property |
i would say if you look around the museum and read and listen to the recordings, about 3 hours there is a tea room on the top floor
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