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The Pankhurst Museum

Learn about the Pankhurst family and the Suffragette movement at the Pankhurst Museum. The Museum houses artifacts honoring the Pankhurst family as well providing fascinating insights into the Suffragette movement. Visit the centre to sit in the parlour of the Pankhurst family, discover the history behind Sylvia Pankhurst’s typewriter and see other artifacts from the Suffragette era. Understand and explore women’s rights, and the impact it has on a local and global scale, in the building that started it all.

Emmeline Pankhurst The Pankhurst Trust Centre

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Museum Shop

Inside the Pankhurst Museum is a small shop; you can view the items for sale in the shop via our shop catalogue. Buy a feminist-themed gift for yourself or a loved one - it all helps to fund our work in creating a more equal world.  

Volunteer at the Museum

The museum is run by an incredible team of volunteers who are dedicated to helping visitors connect the past with the present and engage in the history of women’s suffrage, keeping interest in our vital work going. If you’d like to help out at the museum you can volunteer your time - visit our volunteers page for details.

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