Liverpool is a modern, vibrant city proud of its rich heritage, world trade roots, famous for its friendly people, and known worldwide for football and a particular pop foursome. Only by visiting can you fully appreciate how much this wonderful city has to offer.
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Albert Dock is one of the country’s top heritage attractions, boasting museums, galleries, restaurants and bars. At the Dock, the Beatles Story is a huge attraction for Fab Four fans, and provides a fascinating insight to the life and times of the Beatles.
The Magical Mystery Tour also leaves from Albert Dock, and is a two-hour journey around the places that made the Beatles, including Penny Lane and Strawberry Field.
If it is British popular music in general you're after, head to British Music Experience. Tate Liverpool stages international exhibitions of the best in modern art.
Liverpool Football Club’s Anfield Stadium
Calling all football fans! Whilst you are in Liverpool, why not visit Anfield. Home of Liverpool Football Club. You can take part in a stadium tour, visit the interactive Liverpool FC Museum and eat in the Boot Room Sports Café.
Liverpool Cathedral is Britain’s largest, and is a truly great and spectacular space. Try and catch one of the many events, or take the Tower Tour nearly 100 metres above ground for amazing views of Liverpool city region.
Built in 1716-17 as a charity school, Bluecoat Chambers in School Lane is the oldest surviving building in central Liverpool. The Bluecoat is a cutting-edge arts centre housed in a 300-year-old building, offering a programme of art, literature, music and dance. It’s also home to a wide range of artists and creative businesses.
Liverpool has more parks than Paris, and the stunning Sefton Park Palm House is the jewel in the crown of one of Liverpool’s most loved green spaces.