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Radical Relationships guided tour

Part of People's History Museum 10th birthday

Radical Relationships guided tour © People's History Museum
People’s History Museum
14th February 20
12:00pm — 1:00pm
Suitable for ages: 16 - 99
Access
Relaxed, Wheelchair accessible

Join this special tour of our main galleries and hear about love stories through history – a perfect lunch date for romantic radicals. The Left Bank cafe bar will be open until 5.00pm for those who would like to end their tour with a glass of wine or hot drink.

Within revolution, there has always been romance… Mary Wollstonecraft strongly disagreed with the treatment of women within the institution of marriage, even though she would go on to marry her lover William Godwin. Friedrich Engels discovered love when he was researching the lives of the working class in the slums of Manchester, meeting Irish immigrant Mary Burns who he had a relationship with for over 20 years.

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Additional information

Suitable for 16+

Treat yourself to 10% off in The Left Bank cafe bar and 10% off in the museum shop when you attend an event at PHM