Top attractions in Liverpool
Look no further for the culture capital of the North. Brimming with a vibrant art scene, unrivaled music heritage, and world-renowned waterfront, Liverpool has plenty of must-see sights to visit. Oh, and you won’t forget the nightlife any time soon.
Everything to know about John, Paul, George, and Ringo all under one roof. It’s an award-winning exhibition of rock and roll history, with attractions for all of the family.
Part of a UNESCO World Heritage site, the dock is lined with iconic architecture and packed with history. Wondering where to eat? You can grab a bite looking out over the marina.
Perched above the city, it stands proud as an architectural masterpiece. Make sure to time your visit with one of the beautiful music concerts. People of all faiths are welcome.
The Walker Art Gallery hosts some of Europe's best statues and paintings from the 13th century to modern day. It's one of the largest collections in England, outside of London.
Liverpool fan or not, a visit is a must for football fanatics. If you’re not game for a match, why not try a stadium tour? They’re family-friendly and reasonably priced.
Sir John Betjeman hailed it as ‘one of the great buildings of the world’ and it truly is a stunning sight. Go up The Tower to glimpse the cityscape, or take an interactive tour.
It’s one of Britain’s finest museums and worth a visit. Don’t miss the planetarium and award-winning hands-on Natural History Centre. It’s open 10:00AM – 5:00PM with free entry.
With thousands of exhibits, the museum is packed with insight into Earth’s history and cultures. Don’t miss one of Europe’s finest collections of Ancient Egyptian artifacts.
With Liverpool John Lennon Airport on the edge of the city, it’s easy to have a flying visit. But once you’re there, the city has plenty of public transport, whether it is by road, rail or river. For any attractions along the waterfront, hop onto a Mersey Ferries service for something different.
The city is brimming with hotels, apartments, hostels, and B&Bs. There’s plenty to choose from - whatever your price range - and all with that famous Scouse welcome. For somewhere with a view, why not stay in rooms overlooking The Albert Dock, close to chic restaurants and bars. No matter where you end up, you’ll be able to travel easily to all of the city’s must-see sights.
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- The weather is best from April to September, when the days are longer and the temperatures are comfortable for sightseeing. Do pack a sweater, though, as the evenings can get chilly.
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Having read the good and bad feedback, and watching the weather forecast, I was worrying that the evening would turn out terribly. It’s something different to do and many on board went in larger groups for birthday celebrations. Seeing Liverpool and Wallasey from the river and cruising right out towards the turbines was lovely. The guitarist singer was good, taking requests and we danced in a very small area - dancing with strangers- I don’t usually dance! We had a fab evening and made it great. I would say that we were on the same deck as the singer and don’t know how great below deck felt through a speaker. I did hear that they danced too. I think the ferry could invest in a better sound system. A good night with a difference, especially to celebrate with friends.
I would recommend anyone who goes up there to visit the stadium yourself, it’s very big, colour which provides a lot of history behind the scenes on how the stadium was once owned by another club, how the old stand got destroyed and how of Anfield today. My favourite moment was meeting John Aldurige the legend star for the team many goals, loads of appearances and funny story’s and questions.
The cruise made one feel part of the 800-year history of river vessels crossing the Mersey. To have had the opportunity to alight at Woodbridge and ride a retro tram to Wirral transport museum was a pleasant surprise. I would recommend the cruise to anyone coming to Liverpool.
Enjoyed it all but at times struggled to juggle the audio tour with taking everything else in. Was most impressed with the Cavern Club reconstruction. Was least impressed with the “light touch” given to John Lennon’s murder.
Had a great day, brilliant staff, professional, friendly, very funny. It's a fab stadium , brought a tear to my eye, and goose bumps. Will return for another visit. Thanks to everyone who made our day special.