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Liverpool Guide

Welcome to Liverpool

Discover about the Fab Four at The Beatles Story

Explore the variety of sights at the Albert Dock

Visit Liverpool’s two outstanding Cathedrals

Experience the famed Cavern Club on Mathew Street

Sample the classics at the Philharmonic Hall

Crack a smile & enjoy a joke at one of the city’s comedy clubs

The Fab Four – The Beatles Story

Visit the award winning Beatles Story and discover the life, times, culture and music of the Beatles. Based at the Mersey Ferries terminal you can see how four young lads from Liverpool became known worldwide and quickly became the greatest band of all time. See exclusive band memorabilia; take an in-depth look at the solo careers of the Beatles, enjoy the Fab4D experience into the music of the Beatles with 3D animation and 4D special effects and much more!

Liverpool For Less

Enjoy 2 nights or more and a FREE attraction, sightseeing ticket or Hi-life diner’s card.

Liverpool FC Stadium & Museum Tour

Discover a wealth of footballing history and see where your favourites earn a  living today at Anfield Stadium.

Travelling to Liverpool

Liverpool Overview

With millions of visitors every year Liverpool is one of the UK’s biggest cities. It is easily accessible across the country and from overseas via an extensive network of road, rail, and air and sea links.

By Rail

Liverpool Lime Street train station is ideally placed to start exploring Liverpool. Set at the heart of the city the station offers easy access to Liverpool and is well linked with direct connections to Manchester and access to London in 2 hours.

By Road

Situated in the North West of England Liverpool is within easy reach of major motorways including the M62, and M6. The city can be reached from London in 4 hours and is just 2 hours from many areas including Birmingham, Leeds and the Lake District.

By Air

If you are travelling by air Liverpool John Lennon Airport is only seven miles from the city centre. Liverpool Airport connects Liverpool to 750 worldwide destinations via KML airlines.

Getting Around in Liverpool

Liverpool Overview

With a compact city centre Liverpool is easy to navigate, plus with regular ferry crossings, superb train network and plenty of buses it’s easy to get around this fabulous city.

By Bus

Liverpool bus network is managed by Merseytravel. With two main city centre bus terminals and travel centres at Liverpool ONE and Queen Square it’s easy to get out and about in the city.

By Taxi

There are plenty of taxis throughout Liverpool to get you where you want to go. With 400 taxis Mersey Cabs are one of Liverpool largest taxi companies. Davy Liver Taxis also has 200 vehicles so there are plenty of cars to get you around the city.

By Rail

Merseyrail offers a great service for getting around the Liverpool area. With stations throughout Merseyside including 4 city centre underground stations it’s the ideal way to travel through the city and beyond.

Hard Days Night Hotel

Located on Mathew Street the Hard Days Night Hotel is a superb hotel inspired by the Beatles. The hotel is ideally placed just a minute from the renowned Cavern Club and within easy reach of The Beatles Story at Albert Dock. Set in a Grade II listed building the hotel has been elegantly restored with a touch of luxury in every room.

Getting to Liverpool

There are many ways to arrive in the vibrant and cosmopolitan city of Liverpool, however you plan on travelling. Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester Airport are both within easy reach of the city centre and the airports provide flights to and from a range of International destinations, meaning you can easily get to Liverpool from anywhere in the world. Liverpool is well connected to the national motorway network and you can easily reach the city centre by taking the M62, M58 or M56. What’s more, you can travel to Liverpool from London in just over two hours and you can get there via ferry as the city is well serviced by the sea

Top 3 Travel Tips

  • 1There are over 60 pick up/ drop off coach points throughout Liverpool as the city centre is a very ‘coach friendly’ destination
  • 2There are regular bus links between LiverpoolJohn LennonAirport and Liverpool South Parkway station, ideal for helping you to complete your journey
  • 3For a scenic travel route on your way into Liverpool, take one of the coastal roads through Southport
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By Rail

The mainline train station, Liverpool Lime Street, is ideally located in the very heart of the city centre, and you can travel to Liverpool on a direct high-speed Virgin train from London Euston in just over two hours. On average this service runs every 30 minutes. Liverpool’s other major railway station is Liverpool South Parkway, which is conveniently located within easy reach of Liverpool JohnLennon Airport. First Transpennine Express provides a direct service from Manchester, Leeds, York and Middlesborough to Liverpool Lime Street

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By Road

Liverpool is within easy reach of major motorways including the M62 and M6 due to its great location in the North West of England. It takes approximately 4 hours to travel from London to Liverpool and only two hours from many areas like Birmingham, the Lake District and Leeds. Once you arrive in the city itself there are plenty of places to park. For instance, the Capital Car Park is located near the famous Three Graces and is close to the Radisson Blu, Malmaison and CrownePlaza hotels

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By Air

Liverpool John LennonAirport is only seven miles from the city centre, making the city easily accessible by air. You will find roughly 160 flights per day from around the UK and Europe and the airport is well serviced by budget airlines Easyjet and Ryanair. Transport into the city is easy as taxi ranks and bus stops can be found directly outside the airport. A taxi from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to Liverpool city centre takes approximately 20 minutes and costs roughly £12. The number 500 Airport Express bus runs every 30 minutes and will arrive in the city centre after 45 minutes. The journey costs £3 for adults, £1 for children and £5 for families

Getting Around Liverpool

Getting around Liverpool is easy thanks to the city’s excellent public transport network. You can travel around the region by rail, bus or ferry on the Merseytravel transport service network. One of the most cost effective ways to travel around Liverpool is by bus. From the two main city centre-based bus stations you can travel virtually anywhere in the city and an all day ticket will only cost £4.60. Travelling by rail is just as efficient and allows you to travel to many inner city destinations as well as those slightly further afield. Plus Liverpool is served by a fleet of black cabs which can be hailed down in the street 

Top 3 Travel Tips

  • 1Liverpool offers a number of bespoke taxi tour services, an ideal way to learn more about this fascinating city
  • 2Saveaway Day tickets are valid on buses, trains and ferries and are the most cost effective ticket option 
  • 3The Merseyrail network is split into four different sections. You can reach central destinations via the City Line 
Getting to [location] by Rail

By Bus

The Liverpool bus network is managed by Merseytravel, with two main city centre bus terminals and travel centres at Liverpool ONE and Queen Square. From these stations you can travel to many destinations across the city. You can buy an all zone Saveaway ticket for £4.60 which can be used in the whole of the Merseytravel area on buses, trains and ferries. For extra convenience, Saveaway’s can be bought from manned train stations and most newsagents. Both bus stations have on site travel centres if you require any advice

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By Taxi

The black cabs in Liverpool are plentiful and can be hailed down in the street, so they’re perfect from getting you from A to B and you won’t struggle to find one. Private hire cabs can’t be hailed down in the street but if you call and book them in advance they will work out significantly cheaper than the city cabs. A cab ride is a good way to see some of Liverpool’s famous sights while you travel from A to B

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By Rail

Liverpool has its own inner city rail network, Merseyrail, which provides a great way of getting around the city. Services on the City Line are predominantly operated by Northern Rail and service areas including Liverpool to Wigan and indirect services from Liverpool to Manchester. You can catch Northern Line trains to the likes of Ormskirk and Kirby from Hunts Cross and each service has a train every 15 minutes from Monday to Saturday. Trains on the Wirral line will take you to destinations including Chester, New Brighton and West Kirby

Shopping in Liverpool

Home to high street stores, one off boutiques and designer favourites, Liverpool is notorious for being one of the best UK shopping cities. Head to City Central for anything you could possibly need, you will find five shopping centres, 2 department stores and over 400 shops housing party wear, gifts and homeware a plenty. The Metquarter is the go-to destination for designer shopping and for vintage and retro fashions be sure to head to Pillbox Vintage Fairs. Liverpool One is perhaps the regions premier shopping destination and is home to high street stores, independent boutiques, cafes and restaurants. Plus both of the city’s football teams have shops in Liverpool One where fans can pick up the latest strip and associated memorabilia

Hidden Gem

Heritage Market

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Heritage Market is The North West’s largest indoor market, established for over 28 years it offers 150 stalls, a newly refurbished food court and live entertainment every week, with free on site car parking it’s a great place to spend the day

Top 5 Shopping Centres in Liverpool

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Liverpool ONE. Liverpool City Centre, Liverpool

Liverpool ONE is highly regarded as one of the northwest’s premier shopping destinations where you’ll find 160 high street stores, independent boutiques and restaurants 

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Metquarter. Whitechapel. Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 6DA

 

Situated in the heart of Liverpool, Metquarter is home to numerous high quality brands including MAC, Hugo Boss, Armani Exchange and Diesel 

 

3

Cavern Walks, 8 Mathew Street, Liverpool, L2 6RE

Liverpool’s only Boutique Arcade Cavern Walks include a great range of designer shops including Vivienne Westwood, Christopher James Jeweller, Boudoir Boutique, Boudette and Weavers Door

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St John's Shopping Centre, 125 St George's Way, Liverpool, L1 1LY

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Clayton Square Shopping Centre Clayton Square, Liverpool,L1 1QR

In the heart of Liverpool city centre the Clayton Square shopping centre is home to 30 shops including Boots, Early Learning centre, Game, Mothercare and the Bodyshop

Top 5 Gift Shops in Liverpool

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The Beatles Shop, 31 Mathew Street, Liverpool, L2 6RE

No trip to Liverpool would be complete without a visit to the superb Beatles shop. Selling a great range of memorabilia, collectables, and clothing and of course a full range of Beatles music

2

Everton Two Liverpool ONE, 11 South John Street, Liverpool, L1 8BU

A 6,000ft store with all an Everton fan could desire, from Replica Kits and sportswear to a huge array of gifts and souvenirs. The shop also features an exhibition of Everton history

3

Liverpool FC Store, Liverpool ONE, 11 Williamson Square
Liverpool, L1 1EQ

A great range of items for Liverpool football club, ideal for the Liverpool fan. With clothing, accessories and much more it’s a great place to find a gift

4

Impressions of Liverpool, 4 Britannia Pavilion, Albert Dock, Liverpool,L3 4AD

Dedicated to all that is Liverpool this shop offers a great selection of Liverpool souvenirs and mementos to remember your break in this great city

5

Tate Liverpool Gift Shop. Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4BB

A must visit for art enthusiasts, this shops sells a range of art materials, children’s gifts, stationary and homeware, perfect for souvenirs to remember your trip

Top 5 Shops for Quirky Finds

Shopping in [location]
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Wayfarers Arcade. Lord Street, Southport, Merseyside, PR8 1NT

Located in a Grade II listed Victorian building, Wayfarers Arcade house over 30 individual shops and cafes 

2

Lord Street. Southport, Merseyside, PR8 1NY

Home to speciality shops and designer boutiques, the scenic setting of Lord Street is perfect for some luxurious retail therapy 

3

Pillbox Vintage Fairs

These fairs are held monthly around Liverpool city centre and if you’re a lover of vintage and retro fashion you’ll be in your element 

4

Cricket. 9 Cavern Walks, Mathew Street, Liverpool, L2 6RE

Cricket is a legendary boutique which was established almost two decades ago. It specialises in selling small collections of exclusive high end womenswear

5

Crystal Clear Skin Centre. Crystal Clear House, 34 Rodney Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 9AA

Treat yourself in the Crystal Clear spa and salon where you can enjoy an array of treatments and stock up on some state of the art beauty products 

Eating out in Liverpool

When dining out in Liverpool, you’ll be spoilt for choice. The city offers a wealth of fine dining options, perfect for celebrations and special occasions. There are plenty of quirky one-offs that you won’t find anywhere else in the country from circus themed restaurants, floating diners and Anfield’s very own eatery, these experiences should not be missed. If you’re travelling with children, there are also plenty of family favourites to keep them happy. From well known chains like Las Iguanas and The Olive Press to fuss-free choices like What’s Cooking? There’s something to please even the fussiest eaters 

Hidden Gem

Puschka

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Nestling in Rodney Street in Liverpool’s Georgian Hope Street Quarter, this hidden gem has a warm and welcoming atmosphere and serves up modern British dishes 

Top 5 Fine Dining Restaurants in Liverpool

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London Carriage Works. 40 Hope Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 9DA

A prestigious, well renowned restaurant serving modern and international food using locally sourced ingredients. The innovative menus are complimented by a carefully selected choice of wines 

2

Warehouse. 30 West Street, Southport, Merseyside, PR8 1QN

Co-owned by Paul Adams and Stevens Gerard, Warehouse has made a name for itself as a cool and chic restaurant. Award winning chefs have created an internationally inspired menu, using local produce wherever possible

3

Chaophraya. 4 -5 Kenyon Steps, Liverpool ONE, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 3EY

 

Chaophraya is home to decadent interiors, providing the perfect surroundings for enjoying the exquisite Royal Thai cuisine on offer 

 

4

San Carlo. 41 Castle Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L2 9SH

Enjoy authentic Italian cuisine in lavish surroundings. San Carlo is a high profile restaurant with an extensive menu of carefully created dishes

5

Spire. 1 Church Road, Liverpool, Merseyside, L15 9EA

A friendly neighbourhood restaurant serving exceptional British and European gastronomy. Spire was named in the Good Food Guide Northwest as Restaurant of the Year 2011

Top 5 Unique Restaurants in Liverpool

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The Boot Room Restaurant. Liverpool Football Club, Anfield Road, Liverpool, Merseyside, L4 0TH

Liverpool Football Club’s very own restaurant is located at Anfield and open seven days a week. Named after the famous Boot Room this family friendly restaurant serves everything from steaks and pasta to burgers and pizzas

2

Panoramic 34. West Tower, Brook Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 9PJ

Panoramic 34 is Britain’s tallest restaurant, offering stunning 360’ views of Liverpool and its surrounding areas which can be enjoyed whilst sampling the fine hand crafted food on offer

3

Leaf on Bold Street. Bold Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 4EZ

Thought of as one of Liverpool’s most unique venues, the Leaf on Bold Street offers more than food. The venue also hosts art exhibitions, music and club nights 

4

Circo Restaurant. Britannia Pavilion, Albert Dock, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 4AD

Described as the city’s real life Big Top, this circus-themed restaurant has to be seen to be believed. Enjoy New York style dishes including hearty steaks, burgers and seafood overlooking the water

5

Liverpool Cruise Boats Restaurant. Canning Dock, Liverpool. 

The Liverpool cruise boat is a floating restaurant putting a twist on contemporary dining. Enjoy a tasty meal while taking in some of Liverpool’s most famous sights and stunning architecture

Top 5 Family Favourites in Liverpool

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What’s Cooking? Queen Elizabeth Hall, Britannia Pavilion, Albert Dock, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 4AD

This popular restaurant and bar is famous for its steaks, burgers and ribs as well as popular international dishes, so you’ll find something to please the whole family

2

Las Iguanas. Unit P07, 14 Paradise Street, Liverpool ONE, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 8JF

Las Iguanas is a popular Latin-inspired restaurant with imaginative children’s options. From tapas and fajitas to Brazilian classics, you can broaden your gastronomic horizons

3

Delifonseca. 12 Stanley Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 6AF

This city centre restaurant serves traditional dishes made from locally sourced and international produce. Delifonseca offers smaller portions of its mouth-watering meals, perfect for children

4

The Olive Press. 25 - 27 Castle Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L2 4TA

The Olive Press offers rustic Italian dishes and an extensive range of deserts. Children are always welcome and have the chance to make their own pizzas

5

Quayside Café. Merseyside Maritime Museum, Albert Dock, Liverpool, L3 4AQ

The Quayside Café is open daily from 10:30am-4:30pm making it the ideal place to grab a quick bite during the day. You can choose from a selection of hot and cold snack, drinks and filled baguettes

Liverpool Nightlife

By night, Liverpool is as colourful and vibrant as ever. There’s no shortage of things to see and do whether you want to see a show, catch some live music or continue to explore the city’s history. The Cavern Club and O2 Academy put on an array of live music throughout the week with something to appeal to all audiences while the Royal Court and Liverpool Playhouse are the perfect places to see some drama. To add something a bit different to your short break, try the Shiverpool Historic Ghost Walk, guaranteed to send a shiver down your spine 

Top 10 Nightlife Hotspots in Liverpool

1

Philharmonic Hall. Hope Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 9BP

The Philharmonic Hall is home to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and is famous for being one of the UK’s top arts and entertainment venues

2

Shiverpool Historic Ghost Walks. Unit C, Baltic Creative Centre, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 0BP

Add a spooky twist to your short break by braving Liverpool’s most famous and reputable ghost tour. Delve into the city’s famous locations and hidden histories

3

Echo Arena. Kings Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, Merseyside, L3 4FP

Standing at the heart of Liverpool Waterfront, this venue hosts a wide variety of events from international pop superstars to sports championships 

4

Cavern Club. 10 Mathew Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L2 6RE

The Beatles performed at this venue 50 years ago and it has been one of Liverpool’s top music venues ever since. It has two stages offering live performances daily from a range of musical genres

5

Baby Blue and Comedy Central Bar. The Vaults, 17 Edward Pavilion, Albert Dock, Liverpool, Merseyside,L3 4AF

Located in the Baby Blue nightclub in a 19th century basement, this is the perfect venue for a different and hilarious night out 

6

Lovehistory Ltd. Tours Depart From: Liverpool Town Hall, High Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L2 3SW

The theatre company Lovehistory specialise in spectacular productions which delve into the rich history and heritage of Liverpool. The team of professional actors bring history to life

7

The Royal Court. 1 Roe Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 1HL

This landmark building offers long-running plays and one-off shows. Past performances include Russell Howard, Dylan Moran and Ben Elton

8

FACT (The Foundation for Art & Creative Technology). 88 Wood Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 4DQ

FACT is located in the historic Ropewalks area of Liverpool and houses upcoming artists work in the fields of film, video and new media

9

O2 Academy Liverpool. 11-13 Hotham Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 5UF

The O2 Academy Liverpool offers club nights and gigs and has made a name for itself since opening in 2003. It even has its own stand-alone venue, O2 Academy 2 Liverpool, showcasing unsigned talent

10

Liverpool Playhouse. Williamson Square, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 1EL

Since joining together with Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre in 1999, the Liverpool Playhouse has taken the city’s entertainment scene by storm, putting on an array of popular productions including Blood Brothers

Liverpool Bars

Packed with stylish venues, homely pubs and relaxed café bars, you won’t be short of choices for places to drink in Liverpool. The city’s lively bars provide a great nightlife experience, but if you’d prefer to visit a traditional pub you’ll find one on virtually every street corner. Over the years Liverpool has certainly embraced the café bar culture. Liverpool is now home to a wealth of trendy venues where you can enjoy art events, music and club nights while you sample your drink of choice

Top 10 Bars in Liverpool

1

Alma de Cuba. St Peter's Church, Seel Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 4BH

Alma de Cuba is set inside the magnificent conversion of the former St Peter’s Catholic church. The bar provides an eclectic mix of Cuban, Hispanic and Latin American entertainment 

2

Palm Sugar Lounge. 

Providing a decadent mix of the Far east and classic New York, Palm Sugar Lounge is one of Liverpool’s most luxurious bars. You will find an extensive drinks selection including cocktails, wines and spirits

3

The Fly in the Loaf. 13 Hardman Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 9AS

The Fly in the Loaf is increasingly popular with locals and visitors alike thanks to the wide selection of beer on offer and the upbeat atmosphere 

4

The Monro. 92 - 94 Duke St, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 5AG

Sited in a historic, listed building, The Monro has agreat selection of cask ales and organic wine. The bar is named after the merchant vessel the James Monro, which sailed from Liverpool to New York in 1817

5

The Restaurant Bar and Grill. Halifax House, Brunswick Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L2 0UU

The Restaurant Bar has become well renowned in Liverpool for its selection of cocktails. The cocktail bar takes centre stage and this is the perfect setting to relax with a classic cocktail

6

Mojo Bar. The Stables, Back Berry Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 4BG

A lively, bustling New York style bar which is sure to get your night off to a great start. Mojo offers an array of cocktails, wines and beers and often puts on live music

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The Wro. NorthWest House, Grange Road, West Kirby, Merseyside, CH48 4DY

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43. 43 Seel Street, Liverpool, Merseyside,L1 4AZ

Located on Seel Street, this intimate cocktail bar boasts a diverse cocktail menu which changes with the seasons. The relaxing and welcoming atmosphere add the finishing touches

9

The Living Room Bar. 15 Victoria Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L2 5QS

Stylish bar The Living Room has gained a fantastic reputation in the local area thanks to its cocktails. The bar puts on live music by night to create the perfect atmosphere

10

Blue Bar and Grill. Unit 17, Edward Pavilion, Albert Dock, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 4AF

The Blue Bar is a stylish café bar overlooking the waterfront and is regarded as the best alfresco spot in Liverpool  

Liverpool Attractions

Liverpool is home to many fascinating attractions and there’s something to appeal to all of the family. The Liverpool Cathedral, Museum of Liverpool and The Beatles Story are all great ways of exploring the city’s history as well as its musical heritage. To put a twist on your sightseeing be sure to try some of the attractions that can be found at sea such as The Mersey Ferry and The Yellow Duckmarine, when it comes to exploring this great north-western city, your options are endless

Top 10 Attractions in Liverpool

1

The Beatles Story. Britannia Vaults, Albert Dock, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 4AD

This award-winning attraction helps you explore the life, times and music of The Beatles. Learn all about how the Fab Four became one of the biggest bands of all time 

2

Mersey Ferry. Victoria Place, Seacombe, Wallasey, Merseyside,CH44 6QY

Take a different approach to sightseeing and experience Liverpool from the deck of the Mersey Ferry. You will see some spectacular sights and learn about the city’s history and character

3

Liverpool Cathedral. St James Mount, Liverpool, Merseyside,L1 7AZ

The Liverpool Cathedral is a world class visitor attraction and Sir John Betjeman once dubbed it “one of the greatest buildings of the world”

4

Museum of Liverpool. Pier Head, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 1DG

The Museum of Liverpool is the world’s first national museum dedicated to the history of a regional city; it demonstrates Liverpool’s contribution to the rest of the world

5

The Yellow Duckmarine. 32 Anchor Courtyard, Britannia Pavilion, Albert Dock, Liverpool, L3 4AS

Liverpool’s waterfront is built around the most famous docklands in the world and the Yellow Duckmarine, an authentic World War II landing vehicle, is the best way to explore it

6

Sefton Park Palm House Preservation Trust. Sefton Park, Liverpool, Merseyside, L17 1AP

Sefton Park Palm House a stunning Victorian glasshouse which is open seven days a week and displays plants from all around the world 

7

Spaceport. Victoria Place, Seacombe, Wallasey, CH44 6QY

The themed galleries at Spaceport take you on an inspirational and educational journey where you can learn all about outer space

8

Beatles Magical Mystery Tour. Meet at Tourist Information Centre. Tour departs from Albert Dock, Liverpool, Merseyside,L3 4AS

Operated by Cavern City Tours, this bus tour will take you to the birthplaces of The Beatles as well as destinations that inspired some of their biggest hits including Penny Lane

9

The Bluecoat. School Lane, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 3BX

At Bluecoat you will find a year-round programme of visual art, live art, literature, music and dance. Plus it’s located in a 300 year old Grade I Listed building in Liverpool City Centre

10

Pier Head & The Three Graces. Pier Head, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 1HT

These majestic landmark buildings define the Liverpool skyline and are made up of The Royal Liver Building, The Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building

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As one of the most vibrant cities in the UK, Liverpool has plenty to offer its visitors. From great food to amazing attractions, Liverpool is a great city to visit.

Eating Out in Liverpool

With plenty of restaurants from the favourite chains to award winning dining Liverpool has an array of delectable flavours to choose from.

Liverpool Nightlife

Whether in search of live music in the Cavern Quarter, comedy, theatre or a good pub there is plenty to entertain you in Liverpool after dark.

Liverpool Bars

With a vibrant club culture, eclectic mix of pubs and bars there is something to suit all tastes in Liverpool city centre.

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