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My Sister visited Liverpool last year and mentioned her tour with Mr Eric Scott Lynch an honorary Ghanaian. So I was determined to go. Events prevented us from visiting during the summer but 6 of us travelled up from London and managed to take a...More
Eric is one of the most informed and lovely people you will meet in Liverpool. He is a fountain of knowledge, which makes for a fascinating city walk. This is a must for any visitor to Liverpool and will definately be booking him again if...More
I went to Liverpool for a couple of days and was told by my friends to visit the Slavery museum as how good it was. I was disappointed with it as there was not much artifacts just plenty of text and models. The staff were...More
Very good experience, the writings on the wall are very inspirational, when entering the museum, a staff member mad a comment, sure it was a bit racist, but, that did-not put me off what the musem had to offer. Free entry so the abuse i...More
I've taken this tour twice with my students--in 2012 and 2014. I just booked again for the next group. Eric shows visitors how the history of empire and slavery are written on Liverpool's buildings and institutions. Each time my students raved about how it taught...More
My solo visit to Liverpool was enhanced by a historical tour of the slave trade of Liverpool lead by the knowledgeable Mr Eric Scott Lynch, Liverpool Historian. If you no nothing of the slave trade of Liverpool you will by the end of the two...More
sorry i don't know if it is still going. I did the slavery museum myself.there are videos to watch and loads of artefacts to see. I found it very interesting and didn't realise just how much wealth in Liverpool was made from... More
sorry i don't know if it is still going. I did the slavery museum myself.there are videos to watch and loads of artefacts to see. I found it very interesting and didn't realise just how much wealth in Liverpool was made from the slave trade.