The International Slavery Museum opened on 23 August 2007 - international Slavery Remembrance Day. The date was also significant because 2007 was the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the slave trade in Britain, and the city of Liverpool's 800th birthday.
One of the world's greatest museums of social history and human rights. Profoundly moving and hugely informative
Amazing museums, you can learn a lot in a friendly way and it's free!
I'm really impressed by this museum. It summarizes the history of slavery objectively. I recommend all people who are interested in human rights, colonialism and imperialism to visit the museum.
Very good! It shows and explains every thing about slavery and racism
Good information and photos and artifacts
Roots of influence to music is a great interactive if you have an explorative ear for music!
Informative, historically accurate. Free admission. Worth a visit
Free capoeira class 10 - 12 on a Saturday morning.
Highly reccomended. Brilliant museum covering a lot of ground. Free enrty too!