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What to see in Liverpool

Liverpool Attractions


Liverpool is a city of diversity and, despite its struggles, it boasts the greatest amount of Georgian buildings in the UK, Europe's oldest Chinatown, a number of striking Victorian structures, and plenty of world-class attractions. The historical Albert Dock was restored in the 1980s and is now one of the city's most popular attractions, housing chic restaurants, bars, shops and museums, including the Merseyside Maritime Museum and the Tate Liverpool. The city boasts two world-class football clubs, Liverpool and Everton, and fans can explore the grounds of their favourite teams through guided tours. There is also plenty of Beatlemania to satisfy fans, including the International Beatles Week every August, and several Beatles-related museums and points of interest.

The city plays host to plenty of other events, festival and concerts, as well as the world's biggest steeplechase in the form of the Grand National, held at Ainstree. There are also several fascinating museums, beautiful parks and gardens, bustling markets and galleries to explore. Whether a Beatles fan or not, Liverpool has much to offer the visitor, and it is no wonder that it has become one of the top UK daytrip destinations in recent years.


Beatles Story Experience

For Beatles fans, The Beatles Story Experience is an absolute must. Set in the trendy and historic Albert Dock building,…

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Merseyside Maritime Museum

The fascinating Merseyside Maritime Museum traces the history and development of the city of Liverpool as a major port.…

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Speke Hall

On the edge of an industrial estate and just minutes away from the Liverpool Airport, the half-timbered black and white…

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Tate Liverpool

The Tate Liverpool is home to the biggest collection of modern art in the UK outside of London, and a browse through…

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