Liverpool Attractions: Top 26 Places (PHOTO)

Liverpool Attractions: Top 26 Places (PHOTOS)

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If you don't know what to see in Liverpool, our rating will be very useful for you. We will tell you about those sights of Liverpool that made this wonderful city famous.

What to see in Liverpool first of all

When compiling a review of “the most interesting places in Liverpool”, we did not forget to take into account the reviews of local residents and the recommendations of guides. In our general opinion, when planning a trip, the following excursions in Liverpool should be included in your itinerary:

1. Albert Dock

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A complex of warehouses and buildings located in the city port. The date of discovery is the middle of the 19th century. In those distant years, Albert Dock became the first closed and non-combustible complex of this type in the world, built without wood, only from metal, brick and stones. In 2000, a complete reconstruction was carried out, thanks to which museums, cafes, shops, office centers and the best hotels in Liverpool appeared on the territory.

Official website: https://albertdock. com/

2. Matthew Street

Attractions Liverpool: Top 26 places (PHOTO)

A small street in the center of Liverpool, where everything is connected with the name “The Beatles” (The Beatles) Superchilum

A relatively compact lane made famous by the legendary Beatles. It is here that the famous Cavern Club is located, in which the Beatles began their journey to world fame. However, on Matthew Street there are many more establishments designed in the spirit of the 60s, and “playing” on the popularity of the famous British band.

3. Cavern Club

Liverpool Attractions: Top 26 Places (PHOTOS)

Entrance to the famous Cavern Club bar, where The Beatles legendary band David Stanley performed 292 times

Every tourist should visit this jazz club, where up-and-coming artists and bands still dream of meeting producers and managers. Live performances are given every afternoon. Beatles songs are played on Saturdays. A large-scale rock music festival is organized at the end of summer.

Official website:

4. The Beatles Museum »

Attractions Liverpool: Top 26 Places (PHOTOS)

The Beatles Museum at Albert Dock in Liverpool Muzvideo

Liverpool attractions: Top 26 places (PHOTOS)

A replica of the music shop window where The Beatles bought their first instruments Ronald Saunders

This museum is included in any rating of “the main attractions of England”, and guides in Liverpool advise everyone to visit it. The complex is located in the basement of one of the Albert Dock buildings. All samples – from clothing to instruments, from records to photographs, from video to audio materials, refer to the work and life of the Beatles. The museum has several separate halls, each with its own theme.

Official website: https://www.beatlesstory

5. City Hall

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18th century City Hall on High Street in Liverpool Robert Cutts

The date of construction of the building, made in neoclassical and gothic styles, is the 18th century. The best option of what to visit in Liverpool for fans of architecture. The interior decoration is decorated with numerous canvases and mosaics, lamps and art deco elements created during the construction of the town hall itself. Guided tours take place during times when the Liverpool council is not in session.

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6. Royal Liver Building

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13-storey reinforced concrete office building of the early 20th century on Pier Head in Liverpool

Office center built in the 20th century. The design is equipped with a clock whose dial is more than 7.5 m (in diameter) larger than the Big Ben dial. The object is under the protection of UNESCO and belongs to the historical monuments. The fact that reinforced concrete was used for the first time during its creation brought fame to the building.

Official website:http://www.royalliverbuilding

7. Cunard Building

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The facades of the Cunard Building are richly decorated with detailed sculptures by Elliott Brown

Like many other attractions in Liverpool, this one is located in the Albert Dock. The period of construction work is 1914-17. For the construction of the building, reinforced concrete was also used – an innovative material at that time. For decades, the Cunard Building was the headquarters of a major transatlantic shipping company. Since 2001, the building has been given over to government agencies.

8. Port of Liverpool Building

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Port building – Port of Liverpool Building on the city's waterfront Pier Head (WT-shared) Albion

A luxurious building, which is considered one of the main symbols of the city. The building was built at the beginning of the 20th century for three years. During World War II, the site was almost destroyed by bombs. However, there was money to restore it. If you have been interested in life in Liverpool for a long time, and you watched the television series The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, then you should already be familiar with the Port of Liverpool Building. Several episodes of the film were filmed in the house.

9. Anfield Stadium

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Home of Liverpool Football Club Anfield Rept0n1x

Where to go in Liverpool for football fans? Of course, look at the five-star modern stadium, which serves as the home arena for the club of the same name. Despite the fact that Anfield can accommodate relatively few guests (only 54,000 spectators), this 1884 sports attraction is known all over the world.

Official website: https://www.liverpoolfc

10. Liverpool Cathedral

Attractions Liverpool: Top 26 places (PHOTO)

View of Liverpool's red sandstone Christ Cathedral Tony Hisgett

Liverpool Attractions: Top 26 Places (PHOTOS)

Interior of the Anglican Cathedral Cathedral in Liverpool Michael D Beckwith

The main monument of religious culture, created in 1904 and consecrated two decades later. The architectural style is neo-gothic. The building impresses not only with its huge size, but also with majestic organ pipes, a high central bell tower (one of the highest on Earth), filigree elaboration of interior elements and “freely floating” stained-glass windows. Your trip to Liverpool will not be complete without visiting this cathedral.

Official website: http://www.liverpoolcathedral.

11. Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral

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Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral or Christ the King Metropolitan Cathedral in night illumination

The project of the building was developed in opposition to the huge Anglican Church, which we described above, commissioned by the British royal family. Construction was carried out in the second half of the 20th century. Inside the current cathedral there are marble benches, on which the faithful are seated. One of the “highlights” of the design is the giant stained-glass windows that decorate the ceiling tending upward at an angle.

Official website: https://www.liverpoolmet

12. Empire Theater

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The Empire Theater building on the corner of Lime Street and London Road in Liverpool Mikey

What should every curious tourist see in Liverpool in 1 day? This center of theatrical art, created in 1925 and accommodating about 3,000 guests. The first owner of the building was a private firm. After the house was bought from her by the city authorities, its restoration was carried out. Both classical and modern performances are given on stage.

Official website: https://www.atgtickets

13. World Museum

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World Museum and City Library on William Brown Street in Liverpool User:Jonathan Oldenbuck

When listing the best attractions of Liverpool, one should not forget about this unique complex. Its expositions contain numerous examples of botany and zoology, physical and natural sciences, archaeological finds and ethnological exhibits. Items can not only be viewed, but also picked up. You don't have to pay to visit the World Museum and its planetarium.

Official website: http://www.liverpoolmuseums

14. Merseyside Maritime Museum< /h3>

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Merseyside Maritime Museum in the historic Albert Dock buildings in Liverpool calflier001

The 1980 exhibitions at the complex tell of the city's great maritime history. The objects presented here: old ships (located next to the Merseyside building), navigational instruments, the remains of ships destroyed by the elements, boat models, art canvases.

Official website: http://www.liverpoolmuseums

15. Liverpool Museum

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Liverpool Museum in a custom building on the Mersey River Sharon VanderKaay

This museum started its work about 7 years ago. The modern building was designed by the well-known Danish bureau. Exhibition pieces tell the history of Liverpool, in particular, the building of the city in the life of Great Britain. The number of exhibits is about 6,000 items.

Official website: http://www.liverpoolmuseums

16. International Museum of Slavery

 Liverpool Attractions: Top 26 Places (PHOTOS)

Exposition of the International Museum of Slavery in Liverpool Adam Jones

The museum began its work ten years ago. Exhibition samples demonstrate the cultural traditions and life of Africans, as the main victims of the slave trade. Guests of the complex will be able to learn how the slave trade retarded the development of Britain and other states, what were the consequences of slavery (discrimination and racism). In addition to physical items such as shackles and whips, visitors can explore digital audio and photo exhibits.

Official website: http://www.liverpoolmuseums

17. Walker Art Gallery

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Two-story Neoclassical Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool Smith & Brown

The paintings in the gallery were painted in the 14th-20th centuries. The complex is considered one of the most significant in all of Britain: the preserved objects of art are priceless.

Official website: http://www.liverpoolmuseums

18. Sept -George Hall

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St. George's Hall – concert and exhibition center in Liverpool Tony Hisgett

The complex, arranged in a pompous and massive building of the 19th century, includes an exhibition center and a concert hall. Ringo Starr and Charles Dickens performed here at one time. When exploring the areas of Liverpool, be sure to visit St. George's Hall.

Official website: https://www.stgeorgesha

19. Tate Liverpool

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Tate Liverpool in a brick building with bright red columns on the territory of the Albert Dock G-Man

A branch of the famous gallery located in London. Date of opening – the end of the 20th century. Currently, the Liverpool Tate is one of the most visited art and cultural centers in the city. The number of exhibits is about 60,000 samples. There are both permanent and temporary collections.

Official website: https://www.tate.

20. Bluecott Chambers

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Bluecote Chambers – the oldest surviving building in the center of Liverpool Daniel

An old brick house with elaborate carvings and huge horses is located in the central part of Liverpool. The building with a dome managed to survive during the World War, which in itself is a rarity. The history of Bluecott Chambers is truly rich and interesting. So, in previous years, a mathematical charity school for children from low-income families worked here.

Official website: http://www.thebluecoat

Liverpool attractions: what else to visit in Liverpool?

We told you about the main attractions of Liverpool briefly. If you still have free time after visiting them, devote it to the following valuable objects of the city:

21. Victoria Building

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Victoria Gallery and Museum in the former building of the University of Liverpool Chemical Engineer

The architectural complex belonged to the city university, and consisted of a library, living quarters and classrooms. About ten years ago, the building was given over to a restaurant, shop and museum. The building, made of red brick, is an excellent example of colorful Victorian Gothic.

Official website: http://vgm.liverpool.

22. Railway Lime Street Station

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Platforms of Lime Street railway station in Liverpool El Pollock

Date of construction – 1836. However, the current station building was built thirty years later. However, it has been altered and restored more than once. The territory of Lime Street is steadily expanding. Already today, the capacity is over 15 million people, and this figure continues to grow.

23. Radio City Tower

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Radio City Tower or El Pollock St. John's lighthouse

TV and radio tower with an observation platform, located at an altitude of about 140 meters above ground level. The date of construction of the structure is the middle of the 20th century. The opening was attended by Elizabeth II. Initially, the City Tower was supposed to be a ventilation shaft. The building was empty for a long time. Only in 1999 it was given over to offices and conference rooms, converted to the needs of radio and television broadcasting.

24. Speck Hall

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Speck Hall – country mansion of the Tudor era (XVI century) in a green park

The architectural landmark is located a short drive from Liverpool Airport on the edge of the industrial zone. Speck Hall is a country mansion, decorated in black and white. Date of construction – 1530 (Tudor era). The construction of the house lasted for almost 7 decades. The craftsmen used a special technique in which partitions with wooden frames are arranged on a stone base, and the space between the wooden beams is filled with clay. Inside the mansion are beautiful rooms (refurbished). As well as secret rooms in which Catholic preachers took refuge. Guests of the mansion can look at the old listening devices and the original chimney used to monitor the area. Local legends claim Speck Hall is haunted. There are gardens on site that offer views of the hills and the Mersey Basin.

Official website: https://www.nationaltrust

25. Sefton Park

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Palm House in Sefton City Park in Liverpool

A beautiful park area with a beautiful palm garden under a glass dome, a boat station and a lake, a sculpture by Peter Pan. On the territory there is a stage for jazz musicians and orchestras. In addition, stand-up performers often perform there. There are several equipped playgrounds for children.

Official website: https://liverpool.

26. Knowsley Safari Park

A popular attraction of the Knowsley Safari Park is the Dave Haygarth Sea Lion Show

The menagerie is located ten kilometers from the city limits and offers you to get acquainted with the most amazing animals and plants. Including those that were brought to Liverpool (the flora and fauna of the park are no less rich and diverse than the architectural masterpieces of the city) many years ago. Among the inhabitants roaming freely over a vast territory: wild dogs, zebras, giraffes, rhinos, elephants. The whole family should visit the safari park.

Official website: https://www.knowsleysafari

We hope that those Liverpool sights, photo with names and the description of which we have given, could arouse your interest. Read also about the sights of Manchester and get inspired for your next trip to England.

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