Guided tours in Liverpool

You can reserve tours from locals who will take you to the most interesting and beautiful places in Liverpool, there are more than 41 excursions available for online booking.

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A guide for first-time visitors to Liverpool

If you want to get away from the city and still be able to enjoy a good night's sleep, there are many things you can do in Liverpool. For example, you can take in the city's many landmarks. The Radio City Tower and Crosby Coastal Park are two such locations. Sudley House and Victoria Gallery and Museum are other places that you can visit during your stay.

Radio City Tower

The Radio City Tower is an iconic feature of the city's skyline and a must-see experience for visitors. Located at 138 meters above sea level, the tower offers stunning views of the city and beyond. From the observation deck on the top, visitors can take in 360-degree views of the city.

Victoria Gallery and Museum

When visiting Liverpool, don't forget to spend some time at the Victoria Gallery and Museum. This art gallery, which opened in 2008, is home to over six thousand pieces of art. The collections span the sixteenth through the twentieth centuries. They include works by artists such as Lucien Freud, JMW Turner, and Joseph Wright of Derby. Visitors can also explore the museum's sculpture and ceramic collections.

Sudley House

If you're looking for a unique way to spend an afternoon in Liverpool, Sudley House is the place for you. Located a few miles outside of the city centre, Sudley House is the former home of a Victorian merchant. Today, it's a museum housing the art collection of local ship owner George Holt. You'll be able to see paintings by Turner and Gainsborough as well as other pieces from his collection. Free parking is available outside the house.

Cavern Club

The Cavern Club was where the Beatles first heard their music. Visiting this club is an excellent way to get a taste of the Beatles' music and the history behind it. It's a great place to catch a band, sip a Guinness and get into the Beatles' spirit.

Mersey Ferry cruises

If you're looking for something to do in Liverpool that takes you out on the water, the Mersey Ferry River Explorer cruise is the perfect option. You'll have a great view of the city's waterfront, along with an expert recorded commentary. You can take this cruise every hour, leaving from Woodside Ferry Terminal or Liverpool.

Liverpool's Chinatown

Chinatown is a great place to visit in Liverpool if you want to immerse yourself in a new culture. Not only is it a fantastic place to visit for sightseeing and shopping, but you can also take up a Mandarin class and learn calligraphy. The best part about Chinatown is the community - you can take part in activities like Badminton and Tai Chi.

Bluecoat Building

The Bluecoat Building is a cultural hub in Liverpool. A 300-year-old landmark, it's the creative heart of the city, hosting a full schedule of galleries, installations and events. It's also home to an active artist community of all styles and mediums. Visitors can enjoy a drink in the beautiful garden, or browse the many independent shops and galleries.

Unique Liverpool walking tours

If you are planning to visit Liverpool, you should take advantage of one of the city's unique walking tours. There are two main routes, the Blue and the Red. The Blue route follows the Beatles theme and includes the Strawberry Field and the Albert Dock, while the Red route visits the Cavern Club and the Walker Gallery.

The Walking Tour: This tour will give you a detailed account of the city's past. You will learn about the city's history and culture through the eyes of an expert tour guide. In addition to a detailed description of Liverpool's landmarks, the tour will also include tips for taking great pictures of the city.

Free Walking Tours: Free walking tours are a great way to explore the city. Many of them feature local guides who will inform you about the history of each attraction. Popular attractions include the Royal Liver Building, Liverpool Cathedral, and Anfield Football Stadium. If you want to take a guided tour of the city, there are also walking tours that cost money.

Ghost Walk: A ghostly tour of the city is another unique option. This tour will take you through the city's history and its connection with the famous pop band. It includes visits to two famous cathedrals, the most haunted street in Northern England, and the eerie City Cemetery. The tour is 90 minutes long and includes fascinating stories about the city's history.

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