The Albert Docks
Built in 1846 and said to be the most visited multi-use tourist attraction outside of London. Its attractions include multiple museums, art galleries, restaurants, bars and shops. Home to Tate Liverpool, The Beatles Story and The Merseyside Maritime Museum.
Apart of the leisure complex which is Liverpool One, you can enjoy a well-earned break! Experience five acres of landscaped gardens, which host many a one off event. Take along a picnic and soak up some rays! Even in the winter months, the park provides a great relaxing atmosphere.
The first China town established in Europe. Boasting a huge selection of Chinese restaurants, take aways and supermarkets. China town’s entrance is marked by the Ceremonial Arch. The yellow and red, wooden and marble structure marks the twinning of Liverpool with Shanghai.
The Beatles Story
Based around the popular 1960’s band, you follow the story of four young Liverpudlian lads and how they became to fame and fortune. Feel quite literally transported back to the sixties, experiencing the full extent of excitement and hysteria which surrounded this famous band.
Museum of Liverpool
A fantastic building to look at in itself, especially designed to have flexible spaces to allow the exhibition of more works. Objects tell the social and cultural story of Liverpool and its people. You’re sure to feel entirely involved in your Liverpool visit after this one!
Liverpool has not only longest cathedral in the world ‘Liverpool Cathedral’ but one of the most unusual religious buildings ‘The Metropolitan Cathedral’. In stark contrast to each other, the first built in 1904 and the second 1962. Both are a must see at night.
Home of all things shopping, dining and leisure. The must go to destination for some Liverpool retail therapy. It is the UK’s largest open air shopping centre, hosting top department stores, high street names and designer shops.
Liverpool’s premium fashion destination, a congregation of independent retailers and designer brands. Cricket, Vivienne Westwood and Boudette are just a few of the famous names you will find. The place to head for some serious retail indulgence, you can get yourself pampered here too!
Enjoy a spot of shopping in classic Victorian surroundings. Stylish boutiques nestle within the tree lined boulevard. Shop independent retailers and vintage shops in classic surroundings.
The safest bet for first timers when it comes to Liverpool nightlife. This main area is buzzing after hours and you get an instant feel for the city and its party goers. Top tunes are your soundtrack as you weave in and out of the many bars, pubs and clubs of the area.
For you wild late night party animals get yourself down to Mathew Street. Including Victoria Street and Liverpool’s gay village, expect to hear funky house and drum and bass. Erbele Street allows you to carry on the party until the small hours (and we’re talking 7am!)
The docks, including Albert and Salthouse Dock, make up an entirely classier nightlife. Trendy bars are filled with beautiful people sipping on the latest cocktail. You’re greeted by fantastic evening river views too. Think glamour and fabulous when you get dressed for this night out.