We have suggested our favourite must-see attractions, districts and city tours to make the most of your visit to our fabulous city (of course recommending you do Shiverpool last so you can get everything in before your final hours).
The official tourist board for the city region Visit Liverpool website will cater for your every need as a visitor to Liverpool, so it’s a good place to start.
Must See Places
- Bold Street (For world food & great coffee)
- The Baltic Triangle
- FACT (for Cinema & Art)
- St George’s Hall
- Mersey Ferries & U Boat Story
- Walker Art Gallery
- Tate Liverpool
- The British Music Experience
- Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
- Everyman & Playhouse Theatres
- St Nic’s Parish Church – (the oldest institute in the city)
- Liverpool ONE
- Liverpool Cathedral
- Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral
- World Museum Liverpool
- Museum of Liverpool
- Merseyside Maritime Museum & International Slavery Museum
- Liverpool Central Library
- Lark Lane- (just out of town)
Top Three Cocktail Bars
Voted in the top three of cities to visit in the world by Rough Guides.
And highly recommended by The Guardian (in which Shiverpool features!).
There are so many independent shops, restaurants and places to go that don’t always make the headlines – but they are quite often the best places to eat and shop so check out Independent Liverpool here. Shiverpool are proud to be part of the Independent Liverpool offer too!
Take a strole down to the waterfront at night and watch the grandeur of our three graces glow and radiate while the River Mersey whispers secrets of its past.
Drive down the Old Dock road and feel the buzz of the living and breathing mercantile industries, can you spot the Grade II listed sugar sylo?
Tip toe down Falkner Street, Huskisson Street and visit St Bride’s church, Georgian Liverpool in all of it elegant mysterious and leafy wonder.
Visit Liverpool’s many public parks and green spaces, Liverpool’s forefathers certainly had the right idea about designing urban spaces with ingenuity and health in mind! Birkenhead park was the first public park in the world, and New York’s Central Park is based on its design.