Liverpool is a city teeming with things to do and see. The breathtaking, world famous waterfront is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it’s a short stroll from there to The Albert Dock, a jewel in the city’s crown.
Wander around our world-famous Grade II listed dock and take in the maritime history whilst experiencing great gift shops, galleries, museums, restaurants and cafes. It is the perfect blend of old and contemporary culture. Other points of interest include St George’s Hall, The Cavern Club, the city’s famous football stadiums and two beautiful cathedrals.That’s not all, Liverpool is home to a great range of festivals that take place throughout the year. There is the Liverpool International Music Festival, the International River Mersey Festival, the Food and Drink Festival, International Beatles Week, and the Light Night Festival to name a few. There’s plenty of fun to be had in the city with a huge range of interesting things to do to entertain every type of visitor, from Go-Karting to Ghetto Golf!
Take a look at our attractions below and plan your visit, you’ll find something for everyone:
Everything from family days out and sporting events through to weekend-long dance and rock music festivals and classical music in the park.
Experience Liverpool’s rich and diverse history with its eclectic mix of classical and modern architecture. The ultimate sightseeing city.
Sport is synonymous with Liverpool. Not only two world-famous football teams but racing, boxing, Lancashire cricket and many more besides.
Whether it’s a family occasion, a day out with family or friends or a stag or hen do, you’ll never be short of something to see, experience or do.
Liverpool is one of the greenest cities in the UK. With over 30 unique parks and open spaces there’s plenty of fresh air – that’s before you explore the miles of coastline!