Worth a visit...
Formby's Pinewoods is home to the iconic Red Squirrel. The endangered species reside in the beautiful woodland which is accessible to the public.
Antony Gormley's Iron Men
'Another Place' by Antony Gormely is based at Crosby Beach. The wonderful sculptures can be seen spread out along the shore for over 3km.
Our Nearby Beaches
We are just around the corner from Formby, Ainsdale and Southport Beaches, giving you a choice of seafront experiences.
The Beatles Museum
The Beatles Museum is situated in the centre of Liverpool and is home to one of the largest Beatles collections in the world.
The Museum of Liverpool
The Museum of Liverpool is a free attraction that focuses solely on the unique culture and history of the City of Liverpool.
Having survived two World Wars, Liverpool Cathedral still stands proud in the city centre. It is the largest Cathedral in the UK- it cannot be missed!
Liverpool's Liver Birds
Liverpool City Centre's beloved Liver Birds, 'Bella' and 'Bertie', can be seen on top of the Royal Liver Building. It is believed that the Liver Birds originated in 1207.
The Royal Albert Dock
The Albert Dock is a series of dock buildings dating back to 1841. It is free to visit and has plenty of bars, restaurants, galleries and shops to keep you busy.
Found on the King's Dock, the Liverpool M&S Bank Arena is host to lots of major events throughout the calendar, including concerts, comedy shows and sports.
The Cavern Club
The Cavern Club is one of the city's of Liverpool's hottest spots for nightlife. Known fondly as the birthplace of The Beatles.
Aintree Racecourse is the home of the world's most famous steeplechase, the Grand National.
St George's Hall
St George's Hall plays host to weddings, live shows, conferences, tours and immersive experiences. This Grade I listed building is a popular tourist attraction.
Walker Art Gallery
The Walker Art Gallery is the National Gallery of the North. It houses one of the largest art collections in England.
Anfield is Liverpool Football Club's stadium. It has a capacity of 54,074 and offers Stadium Tours on less busy days.
Goodison Park is home to Everton Football Club It was the first major football stadium built in England. Tours are available.