Things to Do in Liverpool

Things to Do in Liverpool, Merseyside - Liverpool Attractions

Things to Do in Liverpool

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  • Maria M
    Vienna, Virginia, United States67 contributions
    If Liverpool is your team, take the full tour of the stadium (not just the museum). You get to see so many things, including the locker rooms and the pitch both from above and at ground level. There is an audio unit provided and we learned so much as we walked around, looked at everything, and listened to the information on the audio tour. You don't get rushed and can take your time with every part. Don't forget to stop and ask the tour guides questions - some of them have stories to tell!
    Written July 21, 2022
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  • Lewis S
    1 contribution
    Was in your pub on Tuesday!have got to say it was very busy the service was next to none,the staff did not stop me and my partner was amazed by the service we did get a chance to have a little chat with one of the waitress who seemed not to be phased by anything we asked her name (Maxine) awesome.I said to her you are all doing an amazing job We said we would leave a review her reply was could you give are kitchen team a mention there also very good at the job.Too many names to mention definitely going back 👍
    Written August 11, 2022
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  • SeanB67
    Wirral49 contributions
    I’ve been to the Cathedral twice of an evening to a music event which was amazing !
    Today I decided I wanted to see it in the light of day, I spent about three hours at the Cathedral looking at the magnificent outside of the building as well as the inside, I went to the top of the bell tower which was easy enough as their is two lifts to take you most of the way and then their are 102 steps which was easy enough but may not be for the elderly, the view from the top of the tower was outstanding, I had lunch in the cafe, the coffee and the food was very lovely and the service was also very good.
    The quarry next to the cathedral which went on to be the graveyard is also a thing of beauty and very much worth a stroll around.
    Great afternoon thank you.
    Written August 5, 2022
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  • Connor R
    Plymouth, UK287 contributions
    It was nice to see the People exhibit inside, focusing in the different famous people from Liverpool, with the other exhibits focusing on normal people
    Written August 6, 2022
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  • Ian H
    Gravesend, UK40 contributions
    You must go and get photo with them! Fantastic statues! Classic!! They look so like them. Can be quite a Q but worth the wait!
    Written August 10, 2022
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  • Andrea D
    Orlando, FL39 contributions
    We were on a cruise. We took a walking tour of Liverpool that included the Beatles Museum. We received headsets for the tour. The experience was very good. My only complaint was that it was too crowded. I think it would be better if they had timed entrance tickets like a lot of museums are doing now. We were in a group of 30 ourselves. We encountered a large group of schoolchildren soon after we entered. I did enjoy the exhibits and the nostalgia associated with it.
    Written June 17, 2022
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  • Ann MM
    2 contributions
    What a wonderfully informative event giving an insight by into the contribution women made to military history. This is the kind of things that schools should strive to deliver when considering more meaningful ways to engage pupils. The toys or western approaches was full of facts and Olivia was an energetic host who could answer all questions posed to her - and her passion for the WRENS was remarkable! Excellent day and highly recommended.
    Written August 6, 2022
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  • Gav
    Nottingham, UK72 contributions
    Great museum, very clean and well out together place, superb titanic exhbition that we all enjoyed 2 adults and a 12 and 8 year old, lots of things for all ages, wasnt too busy and staff very friendly, highly recommended for sure...
    Written August 9, 2022
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  • Paul H
    Southampton, UK22 contributions
    If you've got an hour to spare it's worth popping in to see the modern architecture of the new library and the juxta position of the circular reading room, with ante rooms displaying some rare books and documents.
    Written August 4, 2022
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  • sallyp
    3 contributions
    Would thoroughly recommend this experience. We were greeted by the friendly staff and given a quick guide of what was available inside. We were kept busy and entertained for at least 2 hours and didn't want to leave. So informative, interesting and engaging. We all learned something new and had a trip down memory lane. The instruments available to play and the dance booth were a particular highlight for us. Cafe is great too - we enjoyed the quiz identifying the black and white photos of musicians. If you have any interest at all in British music this is a must.
    Written August 5, 2022
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  • Jcf3005
    5 contributions
    Enjoyed a lovely trip to the top of St Johns beacon whilst visiting Liverpool today. The views were amazing and the video footage and information boards telling you all about the refurbishment of the tower and about local landmarks provide all the info you need. The visit itself was good value (we bought a family ticket) and Ellie and her colleague were really friendly and informative whilst accompanying us in the lift.
    Written July 29, 2022
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  • Connor R
    Plymouth, UK287 contributions
    We visited here mainly to see the Doctor Who exhibit which was brilliant to see the different props and costumes used in the show. The rest of the museum was nice too
    Written August 6, 2022
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  • betterthanwork
    Nottingham, England981 contributions
    Beautiful buildings abound in this area. The Three Graces of course are the stars, all built in the early part of the twentieth century, each with an interesting history.
    Written August 10, 2022
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  • Ericleopold
    26 contributions
    Me and my two boys did the stadium tour today. Loved every minute of it. The two members of staff taking the tour were excellent. Thank you
    Written August 11, 2022
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  • tomalli68
    Falkirk, UK585 contributions
    Visted during the daytime and the evening. By day it was fairly quiet, easy to move around, plenty space in the local pubs etc. We went to rubber soul - £2.50 a pint Mon -Thurs so really cannot complain about it being expensive. By evening it becomes very busy, music belting out from every pub, some live music, some general music played by the pub. Can imagine this area would be a nightmare with stag, hen parties and the likes. Very much a tourist trap. Whilst original cavarn club was torn down years ago it was good to see the area that was the hub for many an iconic band. If you're not too keen on large crowns then go by day and take on some of the atmosphere.
    Written June 20, 2022
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