Many cities in the UK have been restored in recent years, including Liverpool. This vibrant, forward thinking town is very cosmopolitan and exciting. The following Liverpool visitors guide will give you some information on a number of things to do and see in this delightful city.
Liverpool city produces a number of musicians, entertainers, comedians, actresses and actors. The Beatles is one of the most famous names. Even though these people claim Liverpool as their birthplace, the city took many years to make the most of all the tourism interests that they bring. Thankfully, this has changed today as there are many excellent tourist attractions in the city such as the Cavern Club & Cavern Walks and the Beatles Story.
Some of the other popular visitor attractions include the Three Graces, which include the Royal Liver Building, Port of Liverpool Building and Cunard Building. While these are the most renowned sights that most people would consider, you can also check out the more popular Albert Dock complex. This sight boasts many important historic buildings with Grade I or II listing, plus a number of other attractions on the inside such as the Tate Liverpool. This is a great place to walk around and explore a gallery, enjoy different sights and visit museums like the International Slavery and the Merseyside Maritime buildings as well as the above-mentioned Beatles Story.
If you enjoy gardens and parks, the city has many sites to keep you busy during your trip. Sefton Park is one of the top favourites. This superb site sits on 200 acres, boasting a natural feel and look with some beautiful spots to be discovered. These include the boating lake and a fully restored Palm House.
This city has an esteemed selection of galleries and museums as well. There is the Walker Art Gallery that houses an amazing art collection from six centuries. The World Museum Liverpool with a historic building that features historic treasures from across the world as well as some of the most recent interactive technology that helps to offer an amazing entertainment for the family. The central Bluecoat Chambers is worth a visit if you are interested in contemporary crafts and designs.
You can also use Liverpool as your base for a couple of weeks. The city is a great spot from which to explore the North West which includes Manchester and Southport. These places are just a short drive away from the city.
Since it is not possible to list all the attractions in the city, you can use this Liverpool visitors guide to help with your planning. Hopefully, the information will inspire you to learn as much as you can about this great historic city and port.