A lot of people asked me about what I would do there before I left for Liverpool. They said Nothing can be seen, it’s grey, almost always rains.” Instead, as with its inhabitants, I found the town decidedly cheerful named Scousers because the accent was so heavy. Surprisingly bright and ready for celebrations.
You will find the truth about the things to do there when you go around Liverpool. For example, the Beatles effect has a huge impact on tourism but only restricts it to the Fab 4. It could not be otherwise. It could be a serious error!
Therefore in Liverpool, England, we have prepared 10 places to visit you and stuff to do. I will assure you. I can assure you. Your view of the town will change. Let’s begin with a list of Liverpool’s best places:
- Royal Albert Dock:
It was an old abandoned port, the Royal Albert Dock. The warehouses are one of England’s most notorious. Subsequently, the Albert Dock was renovated with museums, clubs, restaurants and much more.
The port area of the city declared UNESCO World Heritage Site a tourist attraction. Any of the major museums such as the Tate and the Sea Museum, as well as the Beatles Story are present here.
Visit Liverpool Mountain – the seven mystical mountains of Ugo Rondinone (AKA) – a mountain created by man inspired by natural Hoodoos. They can also be referred to as an earth pyramid formed by a stack of thin rocks. It is a sculpture about 10 meters high with a number of colors, which defy gravity.
– Spires Or Pyramids Of Rock:
This 10-meter sculpture is situated in the courtyard of the Mermaid, outside Tate Liverpool at the Royal Albert Dock Liverpool (spirits or rock pyramids), and the art of balancing rock meditation. It consists of colored rocks that seem to defy gravity, stacked vertically.
- The Three Graces:
You can walk along the Mersey River to the Pier Head area. The Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building, and the Port Of Liverpool Building are majestically overlooking this square. The Three Graces buildings are designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites along with the Albert Port.
- The Beatles Statue:
The bronze sculpture representing the 4 components from the Beatles: John, Paul, George, and Ringo stands right at the foot of the Three Graces and is surrounded by visitors. The statue was only installed in 2015 to mark 50 years after its last appearance in the city on Dec. 5, 1965, as a present from the cavern club to the city.
- The Beatles Story:
In Liverpool, there were ten places to visit, including the museum dedicated to the four children who revolutionized the world of music during the far sixties. From childhood to break up and subsequent solo careers, the Museum is nice. It traces the past of the Beatles. You’ve been singing “She loves you yeah yeah yeah” without understanding that for the remainder of your trip!
- On The Beatles’ Trail:
If you did not have enough time to visit the Beatles Museum, you will find locations in the city that inspired the band’s best songs. It begins with Penny Lane and the Strawberry Field from their birthplace. The best way to visit these locations is by going from Albert Dock on the Magical Mystery Tour.
- The Two Cathedrals:
Livepool’s cathedrals are as distinct as you can imagine at the end of Hope Lane, as two duellists. The Anglican Church on one hand is the largest in the UK and it is one of the largest in the world, while the Metropolitan Church of Christ the King is similar in form to a starship on the other.
- Visit Anfield Road:
You probably know his famous football team if you’ve come to Liverpool. But even though the soccer universe isn’t your favourite one, your agenda includes a visit to the Anfield Road stadium. The first part is a visit to the team’s museum where you can enjoy the titles collected, the memorabilia and the past of the club, and then continue to explore every part of the stadium from the lockers, press rooms and the herb of the field at the foot of the KOP.
- Walking Down Mathew Street:
While you almost won’t know that you’re walking down Mathew Lane, instantly you’ll feel something magical about it. There are hundreds and dozens of clubs where music is heard almost every hour of the day but its celebrity is attributed to the Beatles’ very young debut in these clubs!
- Dancing at the Cavern Club:
The Cavern Club is situated right on Mathew Lane. Hundreds of times on their stage today, this club is renowned for hosting the Beatles and other great artists and is considered one of the world’s prettiest pubs. It is a benchmark for the nightlife of Liverpudlian people. Destructed in 1973, and then restored 11 years later using its own bricks. Good both for dancing at the pace of rock music and for drinking good beer at fair prices!
- Central Library:
One of the most beautiful public libraries I ever saw in Liverpool. The central part is very new, and even those who don’t like to read will be encouraged by the reading room with its focus. Ah, free entry! Ah!