Liverpool is a unique historical and cultural city that is simply bursting with places to visit! See below our top 10 things to do in Liverpool!
1. Magical Mystery Tour
No trip to Liverpool would be complete without paying homage to the Beatles, and this two hour tour takes you to all the must- see places associated with the band. From their birthplaces and childhood homes to the places that inspired their songs like Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields, you'll be kept entertained by a fully qualified Beatles Guide as you discover the truly remarkable story of the Fab Four.
2. Pier Head
Take a step into historic Liverpool! Pier Head is a riverside location in the city centre of Liverpool and is part of the Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City UNESCO World Heritage Site. The buildings on the pier are considered the symbol of Maritime Liverpool and the city's great wealth during the late 18th to early 20th century.
Constructed in 1884, Anfield football stadium has been home to Liverpool F.C. since they were formed in 1892. Take the Stadium Tour and follow in the footsteps of football legends in a stadium steeped in glory. Don't forget your camera!
4. The Beatles Story
This popular visitor attraction dedicated to the Fab Four is chock full of Beatles paraphernalia, and a must for all Beatles fans! Divided between two sites at the Albert Dock and at Pier Head with a complimentary shuttle running between them, your ticket is valid for two days and includes the interactive Discovery Zone, a huge Beatles exhibition, and the Fab4D experience bringing to life the music of the greatest band of all time.
5. The Merseyside Maritime Museum
Discover Liverpool's central role as the former gateway to the new world. View the Titanic, Lusitania and the Forgotten Empress gallery which tell the stories of three of the most famous and most tragic ships in history. Located at the Albert Dock.
6. Tate Liverpool
Calling art lovers! The Tate Liverpool opened in 1988 and is housed in a converted warehouse on the Albert Dock on Liverpool's waterfront. The gallery hosts a large collection of British art from the year 1500 to the present day, as well as international modern art.
7. Aintree Racecourse
Located just outside of Liverpool, Aintree is home to the Grand National Steeplechase, one of the most famous races in the world.
8. Liverpool Cathedral
Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral, completed in 1978, is the largest in the UK and the fifth largest in the world. It was awarded the city region's Best Large Visitor Attraction in 2009. The Cathedral is host to the largest working pipe organ in Britain. It is a trademark to the Cathedral and Liverpool.
9. Lark Lane
Have a coffee and watch the world go by in a café in Lark Lane, one of Liverpool's closely kept secrets. Lark Lane is a quaint Victorian street in the Sefton Park / Aigburth area of South Liverpool popular with students and with a unique Bohemian atmosphere, replete with trendy cafes, restaurants, boutiques and even a flea market.
10. Williamson's Tunnels
If you fancy something a little different, visit Williamson's Tunnels, a strange underground labyrinth of tunnels which has lain beneath the city of Liverpool since the early 1800s. Take a guided tour through a section of the tunnels and view an exhibition that depicts the life and times of Joseph Williamson, one of Liverpool's most eccentric characters.