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A bustling metropolis and major UK city it may be, but you’ll be spoiled for choice for places offering a little R&R in and around Liverpool. Discover award-winning beaches, coastal walks nearby, family friendly parks, botanic gardens and pretty countryside.
If you’ve kiddies in tow, Liverpool has more than 43 playgrounds and play areas across the city. You could even head to Sefton Park, home to the Victorian Sefton Park House, and Calderstones Park, which are both wonderful spots to enjoy a picnic.
A designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, Liverpool boasts a first class cultural offering, with more museums and galleries than anywhere outside London, as well as a strong maritime, sporting and musical heritage.
Most of the city’s museums and galleries are situated within a stone’s throw of each other. Enjoy world famous contemporary art at Tate Liverpool, or visit The Bluecoat, with its lively offering of visual art, dance and literature. The Merseyside Maritime Museum is definitely worth a look, as is the Museum of Liverpool – which focuses on the city’s nurturing of new talent and creativity.
If you prefer performance arts and live music, you’ll be spoiled for things to do in Liverpool. Echo Arena, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and Cavern Club offer a good range of live music from international artists to new acts, while The Everyman and Playhouse is the city’s most popular theatre.
Liverpool is a great place to visit. Packed with award-winning city centre attractions, breathtaking coast and countryside and a cultural scene to rival the capital, you won’t be short of things to do in Liverpool.
If you’re planning to travel to Liverpool, check out our destination guide for top city picks.
Liverpool’s Waterfront is a must-see. Take in a romantic stroll, or watch the world go by over a cup of coffee.
Birthplace of The Beatles, Liverpool makes much of its famous sons. From museums, such as the Beatles Story, to the Magical Mystery Tour, a bus trip visiting famous Beatles landmarks like Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields, you’ll find plenty of band-related things to do in Liverpool. Fans should make a pit stop at The Cavern Club – the place where it all started out.
Those with kids might want to check out The Big Mersey Adventure. A fun family themed attraction, combining a ferry trip of the Mersey across to the U-boat Storey and Spaceport, you’ll be taken on an interactive journey through space and time. Hold tight!
Liverpool is renowned for its shopping scene. Truly a city in which you can shop ‘til you drop, you’ll be wedged between gleaming city centre shopping malls and boutique arcades to bohemian quarters and pop-up markets.
Cavern Walks is the city’s ultra trendy shopping district – home to designer stores such as the WAG’s favourite, Cricket. Lark Lane is also a hip destination, jammed full of eclectic boutiques and quirky street markets.
Just outside of the centre you’ll find Lord Street, lined with beautiful Victorian arcades, smart shops and boutiques, along with the Wirral, which offers delicious local produce.
Liverpool hosts every kind of restaurant, every type of food, and caters for every type of taste and budget. From sleek fine dining to family run bistros and worldwide street food – you name it, you’ll find it.
On a shoestring: The Egg Café. A cosy, bohemian bolt hole, playing good tunes and serving homemade food.
Middle of the road: What’s Cooking? Surf n’ turf (and other tasty treats) found on the Albert Dock. Wear loose fitting waistbands....
Splash the cash: Fraiche. Modern French cuisine with a twist, served in elegant surroundings.