11 Jun The Top Things To Do In Liverpool
From the hometown of The Beatles, to a city rich in maritime history, Liverpool has been captivating tourists for years. In 2004 some of Liverpool’s areas were even given UNESCO status. This bustling metropolitan city is a hub of activity, with places to see and museums to discover. We have created a list of the top ten things you need to visit whilst in this beautiful city.
Birthplace of The Beatles, this city is proud of these incredible stars, and if you are a fan, you have definitely come to the right place. Experience an array of different walking tours, visit the Cavern Club, or the award-winning exhibition “The Beatles Story” of the largest Beatles collection in the world. You will never be disappointed as a fan of this band in this incredible city.
The Royal Albert Dock
The Royal Albert Dock offers a wonderful array of shops, museums, and art galleries for you to take in. Dive into the city’s maritime history at the Merseyside Maritime Museum or head to the many gourmet restaurants situated along the waterfront. This area of Liverpool is bound to delight and interest any age or group.
If you like golf, a couple of drinks, and street food, then look no further than Ghetto Golf in Liverpool. This wonderfully quirky destination is brimming with neon graffiti and of course the weirdest golf course you could imagine. Perfect for a night out with friends or family, this place turns the average night out into the extraordinary.
Liverpool isn’t just for the music fans. This city plays host to a range of art galleries as well including the tremendous Tate Liverpool. View a range of changing exhibitions, British and international contemporary and modern art works. Events are held regularly so make sure you take advantage on days when the place is full of workshops and tours.
The World Museum is a fantastic opportunity to learn about international history, and not just Liverpool’s past. View the ancient Egyptian mummies, or the changing exhibitions with the Terracotta Warriors and Planetarium. Children will enjoy the work shops, making historical masks, whilst adults can learn about the different dynasty’s within Chinese history.
Football fan? Liverpool is home to one of the most famous teams in the world and their home ground at Anfield. Explore the stadium with a stadium tour and immerse yourself in the Liverpool F.C museum where the history of the football club can be discovered.
Liverpool is a popular destination for those in need of a bit of a laugh and escape the stress of everyday life. The city is home to some of the best comedy clubs outside of London, including the Laughterhouse, Hot Water, and Comedy Central. The perfect places to enjoy a great night out and have a laugh with friends.
Liverpool is home to numerous hidden bars, and some of the hardest to find we have come across, from one’s that have hidden entrances in telephone boxes, to others that are hidden in plain sight. Liverpool is the place to be if you fancy an alternative place to try out different cocktails.