Liverpool has always been a city I’ve wanted to visit. The beautiful articuture, the vast amount of parks and undoubtably the music. Liverpool the world-renowned city for the birth place of The Beatles. The history of Liverpool is what makes it so great. There’s also so much to do, whether that’s dining by the docks or going to see a football match.
I have complied my top places to visit in Liverpool below. My mini bucket list for when we visit.
The World Museum
A visit to the world museum will have you exploring millions of years of the Earth’s history through exhibits and hands on activities. There’s a brand new Ancient Egyptian journey which will take you through 5,000 years of pharaohs and significant collections of Egyptian objects. Open daily from 10am to 5pm. Entry is free.
Liverpool Football Club
If you’re in the city then you have to visit Anfield Stadium. It’s gone to Liverpool Football Club and offers a truly memorable experience. If you’re interested in football and the history of the club then this is the tour for you. From epic views of the pitch to the state of the art dressing rooms. It will leave you truly immersed. Tickets from £12 per person.
This Magical Mystery Tour will for sure make your trip to Liverpool one to remember. The two-hour tour takes place on board a colourful tour bus. You will get to see where John, Paul, George and Ringo grew up, met and formed the band. The tour ends at the world-famous Cavern Club where you will get free entry into the club with an exclusive souvenir. Price £18.95 per ticket.
One for the little ones and the adults! You will get to see over 700 wild animals from baboons to camels, tigers and many more all from the comfort of your car. You can even get up close and personal with the Giraffes at the Giraffe Tower, watch the sea look show and get to see a whole family of adorable meerkats. Price free to £72.50 per ticket.
The Albert Dock
The Albert Dock is located on Liverpool’s World Heritage Site waterfront. It features the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the whole entire country! There are lots to do here from restaurants serving delicious food to comedy entertainment.
Museum of Liverpool
I’m a real lover of museums and this museum is high on my list of attractions to visit when in town. It’s the largest newly built national museum in Britain. Immerse yourself in the city’s rich sporting and creative history and experience for yourself what it is like to be a Liverpudlian. There’s also a cafe on the ground floor serving up delicious traditional British food.
British Music Experience
This experience will tell you the story of British Music through costumes, instruments, performances and memorabilia. Whatever age and whatever it is you’re interested in there is something here for everyone. Price from £11 per ticket.
This park is Liverpool’s best known and loved by the locals. It’s Grade I listed and boasts 200 acres of park. From the blanket of bluebells to the millions of daffodils this is the place to be during spring time. The park is also home to the famous Palm House which is a fabulous glass panelled building recently restored.
Groupon is also a great way of finding fabulous deals on the best attractions in Liverpool so definitely check it out!