International Slavery Musuem. Mersey Maritime Musuem
The Anthony Walker Education Centre at the International Slavery Museum is on the third floor of the Mersey Maritime Museum.
There is a floor plan of this floor, here. The International Slavery Museum takes up the whole of the third floor.
The International Slavery Museum increases the understanding of transatlantic, chattel and other forms of enslavement. Through its collections, public engagement and research, they explore their impact and legacies. The Museum is a campaigning museum that actively engages with contemporary human rights issues. They address ignorance and challenge intolerance, building partnerships with museums, communities and organisations that share our vision.
Bus route 7, 10A Q, 18, 79, 82, 86A, 86C and 86 Q all drop at canning Place, leaving you with the walk crossing the Strand and in to the docks.
Closest train station James Street Station
Walk from Lime 20-minute walk, using Lime Street Ranelagh Street, Hanover Street, Canning Place, Strand Street, Salthouse Quay, entering the Albert Dock via the Salthouse Dock bridge.
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