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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
All reviews slave trade modern slavery slavery museum same building a real eye opener subject matter thought provoking well worth a visit eye opening interactive displays top floor free entry albert dock visiting liverpool slaves information shackles
The best museum I've ever visited was the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis Tennessee. It left me humbled and I learnt an awful lot from my visit. I was expecting something similar from this visit but the museum just didn't deliver it which is...More
This museum was disjointed and confusing. Its main message was "Europe bad, Africa good".
It aimed to preach rather than educate. For instance, who rounded up the slaves in Africa and sold them to the slave-traders? Africans.
Many of the exhibits seemed pointless.
I enjoyed seeing the museum, admission was free. They should have information about Charlotte Mecklenburg who's Great Granddaughter was Queen Victoria. Queen Charlotte was biracial, and no information about her early life is known to me other than she lived in Germany. Nice quotes from...More
We visited on a Tuesday afternoon. For me a really educational exhibition on the 3rd floor of the Maritime museum. Everyone should see this, 3 distinct sections. African history; the middle passage - transportation of people captured for slavery, and recent history of black civil...More