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7 Things to do in Liverpool

Liverpool is host to a lot of culture and history, that is just waiting to be discovered. We compiled a list of stuff to do in Liverpool. So what are you waiting for? Read on to discover the hidden beauty of Liverpool!

1 – The Beatles Story

This immersive walk-through of the story of The Beatles will amaze you. This award-winning experience will give you a real taste of what the swinging ‘60s were all about. With recreations of; The Casbah, Mathew Street and The Cavern you’ll be in awe of all the culture and history that you’ll discover. Also, you can jump straight into exclusive memorabilia and interactive zones. If that isn’t enough to convince you, then consider that this place holds the largest selection of official Beatles merchandise in the world.

2 – Radio City Tower

The Radio City Tower has stood tall above Liverpool since it was first erected in 1969. There are very few places that you’ll get a better view of the city, than the observation deck of this landmark. It stands at over 400 feet tall and offers views around the entire structure. Also, it’s where Radio City broadcasts from. You can go to soak up the information, or just for the views. Regardless of why you choose to go, you won’t forget it.

What to do in Liverpool - The Beatles Story

3 – Mersey Ferry

It’s a ferry tour across Liverpool’s river. It doesn’t sound like much, but Gerry and the Pacemakers thought it deserved to have a song written about it. It gives an alternate view of the city that you won’t get anywhere else. You can take a standard hop-on-hop-off cruise, or you can go with a combination ticket. With a combination ticket, you not only get this amazing experience you get a few others as well including; the spaceport attraction and the U-Boat Story.

4 – Anfield

If you’re a football fan, then this is the experience for you! Anfield Stadium has been the home of the reds since 1892, but other sports have blessed the hallowed turf. Boxing, tennis and rugby matches have all played here since the grounds first opened in 1884. Take the tour and; learn the history, get a glimpse inside the changing rooms, walk up the tunnel and get to stand on the pitch itself. You won’t regret taking this tour.

What to do in Liverpool - Football

5 – The Royal Liver Building

The Royal Liver Building is a simple office block, but not just an office block. It’s an integral part of Liverpool’s story. It was built between 1908 and 1911; it’s one of the buildings that got Liverpool it’s Unesco World Heritage status. Walter Aubrey Thomas created it for an insurance company. It was one of the original buildings that used reinforced concrete in the world. It has two clock towers with liver birds on top of them, and it’s the cities most famous landmark.

6 – Tate Liverpool

The Tate Museum it the outpost for Tate galleries, and is a crucial part of the cultural scene in Liverpool. It was the creation of Alan Bowness in the 1980s, and he wanted to create a “Tate of the North”. He found a warehouse down on Albert Dock. It’s an award-winning museum of beautiful art that keeps its elegance of the modern aesthetic while also keeping the unique warehouse feel. Since opening in 1988, it has been an essential part of the creativity in Liverpool. It’s always got the chance of exhibiting important European art. If you love art or want to see some funny paintings, this is the place for you.

Stuff to do in Liverpool - Tate Museum

7 – Echo Arena

An 11,000 seat arena that opened in 2008. You haven’t experienced Liverpool, truly, until you have experienced a big event here. It has been the host of; huge gigs, live sporting events, comedy shows and family-friendly performances. Even Sir Paul McCartney has been a part of the greatness of this arena. He performed alongside Beyoncé and Iron Maiden. There are many sporting events held here such as; the Mobo Awards, the GB Judo World Cup and Davis Cup Tennis. It also contains some of TV’s best shows including; Strictly Come Dancing and X Factor. Needless to say, you’ll find an event that fits you, and you’ll be in awe of the beauty of the stadium itself.

Conclusion

So there is our blog on what to do in Liverpool. We hope you liked it, and if not then why not? Tell us down in the comments below and as always thanks for reading! 

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