Liverpool’s Irish Heritage
Liverpool has the largest Irish population in Britain . The Irish Language and Musical traditions are embedded in the Catholic Culture of this busy Port.
Liverpool was home to one of the first organised Jewish Communities in the North . In 1750 ,Jewish families ,shop keepers and dock workers ,set up homes on the site of Canning Place Customs House in the Docklands of the City. The history and creativity of Jewish...
International Slavery Exhibition in the Maritime Museum
Slavery spans many cultures , nationalities and religions . Visit Albert Dock's Maritime Museum to begin researching the complex cultural and economic history of this ancient International Trade.
Established in 1968 .Northern Chinese Cuisine . A family run restaurant . Simple vegetarian dishes . See the entire menu at www.yuetben.co.uk
Vegetarian Food in China Town
China Town's fresh and authentic food prepared in traditional family restaurants .
Liverpool’s links with China, the Titanic and the slave trade
Liverpool is a city built on Trans- Atlantic Trade .Visit Albert Dock and open a door to the past .
The History of Trans-Atlantic Trade in Albert Dock's Maritime Museum.
On The Waterfront
Tate Liverpool. A British and International Art Gallery
A Victorian Merchant’s Art Gallery
Sudley House.The Holt Family paintings. A unique British art collection , still in its' original setting. .
John Atkinson Grimshaw