Things to do in Liverpool

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With unique attractions such as The Beatles Story and the International Slavery Museum, fascinating art galleries and architecture, and some of the best independent shops, bars, and restaurants around, the city of Liverpool has something for everyone. Explore vibrant neighbourhoods, immerse yourself in culture, or simply shop 'til you drop.

International Slavery Museum

Learn more about the history of slavery and fight for freedom as you explore the museum's fascinating galleries and exhibitions.

Bold Street

Rated as one of the best shopping streets in the country by Lonely Planet, here you'll find a range of quirky shops and places to eat.

Baltic Triangle

Home to a growing number of digital and creative businesses, the Baltic Triangle is one of the most exciting places to visit in the city.

Cavern Quarter

Home to the legendary underground Cavern Club where both The Beatles and The Arctic Monkeys performed their first breakthrough gigs.

ACC Liverpool

This stunning conference, exhibition, and events venue on the waterfront houses the Echo Arena and the BT Convention Centre.


Known as the bohemian heart of Liverpool, this bustling district features independent stores, coffee shops, and restaurants.

World Museum Liverpool

Take a journey from ancient Egypt to outer space, come face to face with dinosaurs, or get up close to insects in the Bug House.

Liverpool Waterfront

The waterfront is not only steeped in history, it's also where you'll find fascinating architecture and exciting art galleries and exhibits.


This vibrant area of the city features countless Chinese restaurants, takeaways, and supermarkets, and the beautifully crafted Chinese Arch.

The Beatles Story

This award-winning attraction features special exhibitions, memorabilia, and exclusive photographs of the Fab Four.

Liverpool ONE

At this super stylish part of the city you'll find over 170 shops, bars and restaurants, an ODEON cinema, and the beautiful Chavasse Park.

Merseyside Maritime Museum

Find out more about the historic port, the Titanic, and the items seized at our borders.

St George's Quarter

Here you can see some of the finest Victorian architecture in Britain or watch a show at one of the three nearby theatres.

Georgian Quarter

Not only is this area home to large numbers of elegant Georgian townhouses, it's also where you'll find some of the city's finest restaurants.

British Music Experience

This fascinating museum tells the story of British music. Walk through galleries filled with costumes, photographs, and rare memorabilia.