Although Liverpool Football Club has been in a bit of a decline since their incredible feats in the 1970s and 80s, when inspired by greats such as Kenny Dalglish and Ian Rush they became England's most successful football team, their supporters remain some of the most passionate and loyal in the game. Their home ground, Anfield, is regularly referred to as a 'cathedral of football', and it is hard not to be stirred by the proud and historic stadium. Visitors to Liverpool, once they've had their fill of Beatles-related sights, would be sorely remiss to skip a trip to Anfield, where hourly stadium tours are run on the hour every day of the week. Visitors can touch the famous 'This is Anfield' sign, view the famous terrace known as the Kop, hear recordings of the crowd singing the club's anthem 'You'll Never Walk Alone', and explore the fascinating Liverpool Museum, where photos and memorabilia give a sense of the club's enormously successful history. Be sure to book ahead, and note that tours are not run on days when a home fixture is taking place.
Address: Anfield Road, Liverpool
Telephone: 0151 260 6677
Opening times: Tours run on the hour, between 10am and 3pm daily. Bookings can be made on the website
Admission: Â£15 (adults), Â£9 (children). Admission includes a tour of the stadium and entry to the museum