10 Jul An Easy Guide to Liverpool’s Fantastic Culture
We’ve curated a list of our most popular guides to Liverpool’s fantastic culture, including things to do, attractions, shopping and the best places to eat, just click the titles!
The stunning city of Liverpool is famed for its live music, rich culture, delicious food and exciting sports. Liverpool has the largest collection of museums and art galleries in England besides London. Foodies have a choice of excellent restaurants and shoppers will be in seventh heaven.
The Beatles are essential to Liverpool’s culture and history. Visit the museum, go on a bus tour, watch a gig at The Cavern Club or immerse yourself in The Beatles’ journey, triumphing in Liverpool’s clubs and bars. Visit The Beatles’ Story Museum where you can follow a self-guided audio tour and experience the Fab Four’s life – exhibits include Lennon’s glasses and Harrison’s first guitar. There are recreations of The Cavern Club and the ‘Imagine’ room, both of which can be hired and hardcore Beatles fans can even get married there!
Of course, the Beatles aren’t all there is to Liverpool. The city has a variety of indoor and outdoor attractions for everyone to enjoy. The Formby Squirrel Reserve is just round the corner from Crosby Beach, where you can see the famous sculptures of the ‘Iron Men’ by Antony Gormley. The glittering Albert Dock is home to a number of excellent Liverpool museums and art galleries, including the Tate Liverpool, and the Mersey Maritime Museum. Sefton Park is another beautiful outdoor attraction, a 235 acre Grade I Listed Park with plenty for families to see and do.
Shopping in Liverpool
The stylish shoppers of Liverpool have set trends across Britain. Options range from designer emporia, to vast malls, to high street shops and markets. Liverpool One is a high street mecca, with restaurants and serviced apartments to boot. The Metquarter is home to mid-level brands, while Cavern Walks (Matthew Street) is a designer haven featuring Vivienne Westwood.
If we have piqued your interest, why not book a stay in Liverpool?