Liverpool is a lively and diverse city, with a combination of both new and old and is full of cultural heritage. It is an important city for sports, arts and culture and known worldwide as the home of The Beatles and Liverpool Football Club. Entertainment in Liverpool is considerably varied, ranging from performances at the Philharmonic Hall to pop and rock concerts at the Echo Arena. There are various lively festivals that take place in the city over the year, including a range of music events. You can see a wide range of different architecture around the city including Art Deco, Victorian, Neo-Classical and Tudor, and there are many museums and galleries to visit.
Nightlife in Liverpool is very lively and diverse, with many different restaurants, bars and clubs to choose from. There are a range of conference centres in Liverpool, such as the ACC Liverpool, for business and trade as well as other events, and the city is served by Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
Liverpool Car Hire
Wherever you are in Liverpool, it’s guaranteed that you’ll to get a car from one of the leading suppliers who provide Liverpool car hire services, you can choose from many of the suppliers including Avis, Enterprise, Europcar, Firefly, Hertz, InterRent, Sixt and others.
There are many different interesting things to do in Liverpool and here is a selection:
This museum has a fascinating and vast range of exhibits for you to enjoy about the history of the planet with artefacts from all over the world including ancient Egyptian mummies, fossils, insects, an aquarium with many types of fish, and a fun planetarium.
Magical Mystery Tour
Have a great time on the Mystery Tour bus where you’ll be driven to lots of different places from the lives of the members of the Beatles, including where they lived, parts of Liverpool that gave them ideas for a number of their most famous records, along with the famous Cavern Club, and the Tour Guide keeps you informed all the way.
Merseyside Maritime Museum
In this fascinating museum you can learn about Liverpool’s maritime history, located in the city’s historic dock. You’ll see many exhibits which include replicas of ships, wreckage items, anchors and naval artefacts.
St. George’s Hall
You can visit this beautiful 19th century building built in Neo-Classical style and see the impressive columns, vaulted ceiling, arches, sculptures and floor with an amazing intricate mosaic.
Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral
Come and visit this amazing cathedral built in the 1960’s in a unique architectural design with unusual and striking features, both inside and out. The tower has stained glass windows and the shape resembles a crown.
Wheel of Liverpool
You can have a ride on this huge wheel from which you’ll have amazing views across the Liverpool from inside one of the capsules, making for a fun experience.
Museum of Liverpool
Learn about Liverpool’s past in this interesting museum, including a range of cultural, archaeological, social, technological and industrial exhibits.
Walker Art Gallery
Here you’ll find many impressive works of art including paintings by artists such as Gainsborough, Rembrandt, Rossetti and Turner, as well as many contemporary works and items including furniture and ceramics.
Map of Liverpool, click the directions icon to open a larger map for driving directions from Liverpool to any other location.