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The Top Things To Do In Liverpool
The Albert Dock is the largest collection of Grade 1 buildings in the UK, full of shops, restaurants and a wonderful view of the River Mersey.
Croxteth Hall is a step back in time to a stately home - but there is so much more to see too!
Liverpool has two magnificent cathedrals - and they are complete opposites, but both worth a visit!
The World Museum is a treasure trove of wonders for all the family - and it’s free too!
The first Mersey Ferry ran in the 12th Century - now take a 21st Century trip on the famous Ferry ‘Cross The Mersey
The new museum of Liverpool, based at the Pier Head, tells the story of Liverpool life and culture
Liverpool Empire Theatre is the largest theatre in Liverpool and has some of the biggest and best productions outside of London
One of the finest buildings in the world, St. George’s Hall has to be seen to be believed. Visit here on our walking tour.
Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall and Dining Rooms are two of Liverpool’s most famous buildings. Discover more on our walking tour.
Find out the incredible history of St. Nicholas Church, the parish church of Liverpool, and the sailors church too, on our walking tour.
Take a walk along Liverpool’s waterfront on our walking tour, or a trip on the ferry.
Discover the history of Liverpool Town Hall on one of our walking tours around Liverpool city centre
The former headquarters of the White Star line, this building is now a Titanic themed hotel. Find out the history on our walking tour.
Part of Liverpool’s World Heritage Site, the Three Graces are part of one of the most famous waterfronts in the world. Find out the history on our walking tour.
Liverpool Central Library has just had a major facelift and has to be seen to be believed! Free to enter.
Visit Haydock Race Course, one of the UK’s premier race courses. We can take you there and back.
Visit the Cavern Club made famous by The Beatles, with live music every day. Visit here as part of a Beatles tour.
The Walker Art Gallery is Liverpool’s premier art gallery, with a special children’s area too. It is free.
This Victorian Palm House is a jewel in the heart of Sefton Park and well worth a visit. It is Free to enter
The Maritime Museum tells the story of Liverpool’s maritime history, from the slave trade to the Titanic. It is free to enter
Philharmonic Hall and Dining Rooms
St Nicholas Church
Liverpool Town Hall
White Star Building
The Three Graces - The Pier Head
Haydock Race Course
The Cavern Club
Walker Art Gallery
Sefton Park Palm House
Museum of Liverpool
Liverpool Maritime Museum
St. George’s Hall
Aintree Race Course
Radio City Tower and Tour
China Town and the Chinese Arch
Anthony Gormley’s “Another Place”
Speke Hall and Sudley House
St. Luke’s Church
Visit Liverpool’s China Town, and the largest Chinese arch outside of China, and some of the best food you will ever eat!
Come and take a trip up the tallest tower in Liverpool and see the city from another view. It is home to Radio City, Liverpool’s commercial radio station.
The Tate Modern in Liverpool is an extension of the famous Tate Gallery in London and home to some of the greatest collections of modern art.
The Williamson Tunnels are the brainchild of wealthy industrialist Joseph Williamson and built to give work to returning soldiers. An incredible tour!
Aintree Race Course is home to the world’s most famous steeplechase, The Grand National. There are also races throughout the year.
Visiting Anthony Gormley’s public sculpture, “Another Place” is a must! Situated a few miles outside Liverpool in Crosby, you will need us to take you there. Fantastic!
Speke Hall and Sudley House are two of our most famous and historic buildings and are well worth a visit - let us take you there and pick you up again.
Liverpool’s St. Luke’s Church is known as the “bombed out” church and stands as a memorial to those who lost their lives in the second world war.
Places of Worship
Liverpool is represented by many faiths and denominations, with some of the most beautiful places of worship. Discover them here.