International Slavery Museum shortlisted for tourism award

21 April 2008 by Sam

Here’s some great news to start the week with, the International Slavery Museum has been shortlisted in the ‘Large Visitor Attraction of the Year’ category in The Mersey Partnership Annual Tourism Awards 2008. The winner will be announced at the end of May.

If you haven’t made it over to the museum yet to see what all the fuss is about this is a great week to go, as the Living Memorial to Nigerian activist and writer Ken Saro-Wiwa will be visiting from 23 to 25 April as part of Celebrate Earth Week 2008. There’s also a talk at the museum with the artist who created the memorial, Sokari Douglas Camp, on Thursday 24 April at 2pm.

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