Leave The Beatles Story and head to the Royal Albert Dock before touring the International Slavery Museum and the Merseyside Maritime Museum. Enjoy the Merseyside waterfront, in the shadow of the Liverpool Museum. Visit the Cavern Club, shop at Liverpool ONE, tour Williamson Tunnels and arrive at Liverpool Cathedral.
The Beatles Story
Visit The Beatles Story Museum on the Albert Dock and immerse yourself in the story of one of the biggest bands in musical history. The museum charts the rise of the Fab Four from the local Liverpool music scene to international fame and stardom.
Royal Albert Dock
The historic Liverpool Waterfront blends the old and new in a welcoming atmosphere – there are places to eat, drink and socialise, along with art exhibitions, galleries and a choice of shops to browse. Take some time to visit the museums and explore the maritime history including its role guiding convoys through the Western Approaches in WWII.
The International Slavery Museum, located in the Merseyside Maritime Museum documents the history of the transatlantic slave trade through a series of exhibitions, stories and galleries providing a fascinating and educational experience.
The Merseyside Maritime Museum tells the story of the commercial and social impact of the port of Liverpool. Enjoy a series of exhibits including paintings, artefacts and vessels. You can also discover the Titanic and Liverpool Exhibition and Seized! The Border and Customs Uncovered at the National Border Force Museum.
Museum of Liverpool
Opened in 2011 the award winning Museum of Liverpool is dedicated to showcasing the culture, geography and history of Liverpool. Explore a host of galleries, exhibitions and collections to find out more about the port city of Liverpool.
The iconic Liver Building overlooks the Mersey and dominates the water front skyline. The building is bedecked with four clock faces and guarded by two liver birds, that shine in the sunlight. Liver Building tours for visitors commence in 2019.
A legendary music venue that has seen a host of famous musicians perform down the years. A cellar with brick walls and buzzing atmosphere, The Cavern Club is the place to be for live music and a good time.
If you are looking to shop, then Liverpool ONE should be on your list – a complex including 170 stores, restaurants, bars, mini golf and cinema. An exciting events and entertainment programme means there is something for everyone!
Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre
Created in in the early 18th century, the Williamson Tunnels are a series of excavations under the city. Take a tour and explore the subterranean labyrinth created by local philanthropist John Williamson.
Church of England Cathedral
Visit Britain’s largest cathedral and climb the steps to get for great views across the city of Liverpool. Enjoy the Great West Window, visit Lady Chapel and enjoy the large Gothic arches.