Visit Liverpool

From Penny Lane to Strawberry Fields
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Apart from the main attractions, including Everton Football Club, Aintree Racecourse and the birthplace of The Beatles, Liverpool has an abundance of beautiful outdoor spaces and much-loved neighbourhoods.

Within minutes of Liverpool City Centre, you can discover an abundance of outdoor spaces, parks, beaches and stunning coastline to explore. Many attractions are easy to access by train. Board the ferry across the Mersey or jump on the Merseyrail to Wirral Peninsula where you can enjoy miles of coastline and countryside scenes.

Liverpool’s neighbourhoods are divided into several quarters, discover the Georgian Quarter, Ropewalks, Chinatown, Baltic Triangle, St George’s Quarter, Waterfront, Cavern Quarter and the Knowledge Quarter.

From shopping and dining, to music and theatre, head to one or a few of Liverpool’s quarters that make up Liverpool’s undeniable cultural vibe.

Museums & galleries

Mersey Maritime Museum

Situated on Albert Dock, the Maritime Museum has vast and varied exhibits reflecting the importance of Liverpool as a naval gateway. Learn about the people, the ships and the companies connected to the great port, the millions who emigrated through it and some of the great sea tragedies including the Titanic and Lusitania.

International Slavery Museum

The only one of its kind in Britain, taking visitors on a journey of the slave trade and Liverpool’s involvement and provides insight and understanding of historical and contemporary slavery as well as addressing issues of identity and human rights.

World Museum

Discover treasures from around the globe, from dinosaurs to ancient Greek artefacts, oriental treasures bought by steamship or moon rocks bought by Apollo rockets. The World Museum has four main areas: Natural World (including tropical, mangrove, and native aquariums), Human World, Earth and Space & Time each of which contain a variety of exhibits for all ages.

Tate Liverpool

Located in Albert Dock, you will discover the National Collection of Modern Art and regularly stages major exhibitions and special events making it the ideal place to see your favourite piece or discover something new.

The Beatles

Four main attractions in the city – all worth a visit – The Beatles Story, Magical Mystery Tour, Cavern Club and guided tours of of John Lennon and Paul McCartney’s homes.

Horses & Heritage

Aintree Racecourse

Home to the most famous horse race in the world, Aintree host just 7 exclusive race days per year making each one a special event. As well as being one of the countries best training facilities a number of events are held throughout the year at the Aintree International Equestrian Centre including pony club, dressage and show jumping. Additionally, a 9-hole golf course is incorporated into the racecourse allowing golfers the unique opportunity to play a round across Becher’s Brook! If you want to practice your swing there is also a floodlit driving range onsite.

M&S Bank Arena

An enduring legacy of Liverpool’s period as European City of Culture, the M&S Bank Arena is a fantastic event and exhibition space next to the Waterfront. Hosting the biggest live music acts and congress conventions, this superb venue is landmark building and graceful addition to the Albert Docks and Pier Head.

Liverpool Waterfront

Dominated by the Three Graces – The Royal Liver Building, The Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building – the city’s waterfront is a glorious sight and designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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