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Experiences in Liverpool

Explore The Resident’s top local recommendations for what do to and where to visit in Liverpool.

  • Albert Dock, Liverpool
  • Sefton Park Greenhouse
  • St John's Beacon Tower, Liverpool
What to do

Experiences

From walking around Albert Docks to shopping in Liverpool One, there are plenty of things to do and see around Liverpool. Browse our top picks below.

St John’s Beacon (Radio City Tower Viewing Gallery)

Take in one-of-a-kind panoramic views of Liverpool from St John's Beacon's stunning viewing platform, 400 feet above the city.

Sefton Park

Traverse Liverpool's scenic Sefton Park, a stunning 200 acre natural landscape and conservatory, home to one of the most esteemed botanical collections in the country.

St George’s Hall

Explore Liverpool's historic Grade I listed neoclassical landmark, St George's Hall. Home to a variety of concerts, plays and exhibitions.

Royal Albert Dock

Once a hub for maritime activity in the city, the Royal Albert Dock is now home to a wealth of local restaurants, museums and boutiques.

World Museum

Visit extensive collections of archaeology, ethnology and the natural and physical sciences from around the globe, including the Natural History Centre and a planetarium.

The Wheel of Liverpool

Enjoy spectacular panoramic views across the city and spot the city's most famous landmarks.

Museum of Liverpool

The world's first national museum devoted to the city of Liverpool's rich creative, sporting and cultural history.

Royal Liver Building

Tour some of the landmark’s hidden secrets before journeying to the 15th floor to enjoy panoramic views across Liverpool.

Everton at Goodison Park

Take in a thrilling game at Everton football club's home stadium, 'Goodison Park' in north Liverpool, where countless premier league matches.

World Museum

Explore the hallowed halls of one of Liverpool's oldest landmarks, the World Museum and experience their world-class selection of archaeology and world sciences exhibitions.

St Luke’s Bombed Out Church

Once a parish church, St Luke's bombed-out church is now considered to be one of Liverpool's most vibrant cultural venues, home to a variety of film screenings as well as theatrical and musical performances.

Liverpool Cathedral

Wander through the UK's largest cathedral, here in Liverpool and discover its breathtaking towers, featuring stunning views across the city.

M&S Bank Arena

The M&S Bank Arena hosts an exciting programme of events, from live music and comedy performances to sports matches.

Liverpool Empire Theatre

Liverpool Empire Theatre is the largest two-tier auditorium in Britain and hosts a variety of shows, plays and pop concerts.

Tate Liverpool

Home of the National Collection of Modern Art in the north and one of the most visited art galleries outside of London.

Beatles Walking Tour

The Liverpool Beatles Walking Tour is a great way to explore the city with a fun tour guide who will bring the journey to life.

Liverpool ONE

Discover over 170 shops, bars and restaurants, an 18 screen IMAX cinema, indoor crazy golf course and even a nature trail.

Liverpool FC at Anfield

Visit the home of Liverpool FC for an insight into the city's great history of success in the game.

The Beatles Story

The Beatles Story at Liverpool's Albert Dock is the world’s largest permanent exhibition devoted to The Beatles.

Merseyside Maritime Museum

The Merseyside Maritime Museum is located at the heart of the Albert Dock and celebrates the city's strong maritime heritage.

Liverpool Olympia

The Olympia is one of the oldest and largest concert halls in Liverpool, with a fascinating history and expansive live programme.

Walker Art Gallery

A beautiful Victorian neo-classical building that holds an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures and decorative art.