Things to Do in Liverpool

Things to Do in Liverpool, Merseyside - Liverpool Attractions

Things to Do in Liverpool


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Top Attractions in Liverpool

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Majestic cathedral featuring stunning architecture and a tower tour with panoramic views. Discover the vast interior and marvel at the world's highest peal of bells.
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Chronological exhibition tracing a legendary band's journey with audio narratives and memorabilia, highlighted by a replica of the iconic White Room.
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Subterranean adventure through historic tunnels, revealing fascinating artifacts and echoing tales of the past. Features engaging tours and a remarkable underground banqueting hall.
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Behind-the-scenes tour at a historic football stadium revealing the media center, changing rooms, and director's box, with an atmospheric walk onto the pitch set to an iconic theme.
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Maritime history and the International Slavery exhibits across four floors, with interactive displays and an underground dock tour, amidst Albert Dock's vibrant setting.
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Museum in a modern waterfront setting with diverse exhibits on local history, pop culture, and interactive displays ideal for all ages.
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Grade I listed library combines historic charm with modern design, featuring a glass atrium, a panoramic roof terrace, and an extensive book collection in a serene reading room.
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Art Gallery housing over 40,000 works spanning multiple eras, featuring rare items and curated exhibitions like 'Football on the Terraces'. Includes a cafe and shop.
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What travelers are saying

  • Fiona
    Canberra, Australia91 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Visited from Australia and unfortunately timed my visit with some concerts that the stadium is hosting so unfortunately wasn’t able to complete the stadium tour. However, I visited the museum which was really enjoyable. Staff were friendly, helpful, and welcoming and there was loads of great memorabilia and atmosphere to soak up. Also visited the store afterwards and came away with a few souvenirs.
    Written June 3, 2024
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  • Sarah1986
    Liverpool, UK3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We regularly visit here, it’s a lovely walk along the riverside. Plenty of food outlets and shops to explore. would recommend
    Written June 15, 2024
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  • Iffley094
    Lancaster, UK313 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I think I went as a child so this was my first visit in nearly seventy years. Unlike a more ancient cathedral, there are only a small number of tombs and monuments. but the red sandstone building is very impressive. There is also an excellent cafe where we had a good value lunch. Try the local delicacy: "scouse".
    Written June 14, 2024
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  • Fraser M
    11 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great location for visiting many other attractions in Liverpool. Really good balance of what the (free) audio tells you as you go round and what you can see and read in the well considered and interesting exhibit. Its a bit haphazard at certain points in its chronology but the stuff that's on show is top class and even if you were nt a massive Beatles or even music fan i reckon you would be engaged. We were there on a busy Saturday afternoon and it was a wee bit tight in certain places but that shouldn't detract from the experience. A different experience to the Beatles museum on Mathew Street which has more in terms of quantity of memorabilia - we did both and both offer an interesting insight but in different ways- the Experience more high tech i would suggest in terms of the interaction. Well worth the money and definitely worth the visit
    Written May 14, 2024
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  • Berenice R
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    It's a really interesting place to visit! The Williamson Tunnels are about a 30-minute walk from the centre of Liverpool, or you can easily get there by bus. The free tour I attended lasts approximately 1.5 - 2 hours. You visit the tunnels, but in addition, our guide Peter shared lots of important facts and information about the site and its history. All the staff are very friendly, and the work they do to continue the recovery efforts in these tunnels is admirable. I definitely recommend it!
    Written June 12, 2024
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  • Craig J
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    World class a must see before the grand old lady is demolished. Goodison is bursting with history. Such as the first purpose built stadia in Europe. Also played host to the world cup semi final in 1966.
    Written May 20, 2024
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  • YoohooWales
    Llanelli, UK327 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    A fabulous museum with interesting exhibits depicting the history surrounding smuggling and taxation, emigration, the Titanic and Lusitania and slavery. Some of the directional guidance could be improved on the walls and floors, especially in darkly lit areas such as the slavery exhibits. If you really want to absorb and appreciate the exhibits on offer without interruption and avoid a bunch of bored screaming kids running around, be sure to avoid visiting on school holidays and weekends!
    Written June 4, 2024
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  • JohnP
    Widnes, UK39 contributions