Albert Dock is one of Liverpool’s most stunning attractions, the waterfront contains a World Heritage Site in addition to housing Britain’s largest collection of Grade 1 listed buildings to be found in one location.
The Beatles Story
The Beatles Story is an award winning attraction that tells the story of four Liverpool lads that went on to become one of the world’s most successful bands. This museum collates the story from their humble beginning through to the height of their careers, their solo careers as well as the deaths of those that have now passed on.
Liverpool Cathedral does not have a history of centuries, it opened in 1978, is the largest cathedral in the UK and the worlds fifth largest. Its stunning statistics include the largest organ in the UK, the world’s widest and tallest gothic-style arches as well as a sensational view from its tower.
Liverpool’s World Museum specializes in science and human culture. It houses a planetarium, aquarium and other space exhibitions. It is also free to enter.
The ferries across the River Mersey are one of the best loved attractions in the city. You can take a 50 minute tour, sightseeing along the Mersey or take a canal trip through to Salford Quays in nearby Manchester.