Find Things to do in Liverpool – Museums, Shopping and other Top Attractions

Liverpool travel guide

Liverpool – proud and passionate hub for football, music and the arts

Learn all about the best things to do in Liverpool from its historic landmarks like Albert Dock and the Walker Art Gallery to its cultural highlights like Tate Liverpool and the Cavern Club.

Memory of Liverpool

“I never tire of visiting Liverpool. It always has plenty to interest me, but there's always something new to see too. I swear, there's even a touch of India about its orange sunset skylines too!”

John, Dublin, Ireland

A fantastic city break

 Not only is Liverpool the birthplace of the Beatles and home of Liverpool FC, it's also a great tourist destination with more listed buildings, theatres, museums and galleries than any city outside London. Where else would you find a dedicated Beatles museum and a Tate gallery next to each other? This diverse, vibrant and laid-back city has the ability to make anyone feel instantly at home with its extensive history, modern tourist attractions and youthful vibe – a visit to Liverpool is sure to satisfy every appetite.



Liverpool has a captivating history that stretches back over 800 years. A designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city is home to more listed buildings than any city outside of London. The city also has a fascinating maritime history, and its history as one of the world’s great ports has left a remarkable legacy of art and architecture that gives it a distinctive look and unique atmosphere.


Liverpool’s attractions have something for everyone. The Albert Dock is one of Britain’s top tourist attractions, and is home to the Beatles Story , Tate Liverpool and Merseyside Maritime Museum . But the jewel in the crown of Liverpool’s museums and galleries is the amazing Walker Art Gallery - the National Gallery of the North.



Liverpool’s restaurant scene has blossomed over the past decade, and whatever your taste and budget, the choice is huge. The city is home to Europe’s oldest Chinese community, so you’ll find lots of Chinese restaurants in the city’s Chinatown. And in many places you can still indulge in excellent local delicacies like Scouse and local seafood.



Take a Ferry 'Cross the Mersey .

Have a great night out under one roof at FACT .

Visit Mendips & 20 Forthlin Road , the former homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney.

Try a spot of celebrity spotting in waterside surroundings at Albert Dock .

Walk Hope Street and visit Liverpool Cathedral at either end.

See a musical or a concert at the Liverpool Empire Theatre .

Enjoy a day at the races at Aintree Racecourse .

Watch a band in the world-famous Cavern Club .

Relax in the beautiful Sefton Park .

Be blown away by the music at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall .


When fashion bible Tatler re-branded the city ‘Livercool’ they were simply stating what everybody knew –Liverpool does style, and it does it better than anyone else! In the Cavern Walks Liverpool shopping centre you’ll find a whole host of designers including Vivienne Westwood, Cricket and Ted Baker. And for everything under one roof, head to Liverpool One, with 60 exciting shops, cafes and restaurants overlooking the stunning Chavasse Park.



Football, horseracing and golf – Liverpool provides some of the most exciting sporting venues and events in the world. Anfield and Goodison Park are the homes of the city’s 2 Premiership football teams – Liverpool Football Club and Everton Football Club ; the thrills and spills of the Grand National, the world’s most famous steeplechase, focus on Aintree Racecourse every year; and England’s Golf Coast is home to 7 Championship venues.


To mention Liverpool's music scene without The Beatles is almost impossible. But the city is putting itself back on the map with a clutch of new bands taking over the British music scene. For live music, head to the Liverpool Academy, Bumper and Magnet. And for a great night out, the bars and clubs around Concert Square and Mathew Street have something for everyone.



There are so many things do in Liverpool, so don’t waste your time in queues, buy your travel passes and attraction and Liverpool museum tickets online instead! Seeing the city in style couldn’t be easier than with your Liverpool 3 Day Mini Break Card . It wraps up the city with free and discounted entry into the top attractions and fabulous dining and leisure offers – perfect for any trip. 欲瞭解更多優惠,請轉至VisitBritain Shop


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