Liverpool is a city of culture, heritage & people. With its unique attractions, exciting events, world class sport offerings, unrivalled musical heritage and famously warm welcomes, Liverpool is the ideal destination to visit and explore.
For Liverpool tourist information, please visit www.visitliverpool.com.
The nearest Liverpool Information Centre (Tourist Information Centre in Leeds) is situated in Lime Street Station on Platform 7. It is open 7 days a week from 9:00 - 16:30.
- Sight seeing - Pier Head and Three Graces - For nearly a century the magnificent Three Graces - the Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building and Port of Liverpool Building - have defined one of the world’s most recognised skylines. Albert Dock - Restored in the 1980s, these beautiful old warehouses are the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the UK and now host visitor attractions, bars and restaurants. Liverpool Cathedral - The biggest cathedral in Britain – incredibly impressive both inside and outside, especially if you head up the tower to see the amazing views across the city.
- Shopping - Liverpool ONE is home to over 160 shops, leisure attractions, bars and restaurants.
- William Brown Street (Liverpool Quarters) - Possibly the most architecturally stunning street in Liverpool, you can find iconic and beautiful buildings such as St George’s Hall, Walker Art Gallery and Central Library here.
- Museums - Museum of Liverpool - The new Museum of Liverpool is dedicated to the history of a city, and what a history! Explore Liverpool’s industrial past and cultural heritage, from its early days as a port city through the music, culture and football that have ensured the city’s name has resonated around the world. Tate Liverpool - The home of the National Collection of Modern Art in the North and one of the most visited galleries outside of London. The gallery stages a changing programme of special exhibitions throughout the year.