For a closer look at the Gherkin, created by Norman Foster in 2001, there are observation decks and tours available around the building, usually used as office space for many prestigious companies. If you want a keepsake of your visit, created by local designers, visit in the. Put on the map as the birthplace of the Beatles, a visit to their story is definitely a must see, but there is so much more to Liverpool than just the Fab Four. Or head out to the suburbs for a stroll along Otterspool Prom or through one of our beautiful parks. Bag a birdie on the golf course There are three Royal Links courses in the Liverpool area where you can play a round of golf. With more than our share of fabulous and , night-time Liverpool is vibrant and energetic.
Bomb and gas proof, and made up of 100 rooms under a seven foot roof, the bunker is just as it was when they closed the doors at the end of the war. Bars on Liverpool Street A quiet spot located on Artillery Lane opposite Liverpool Street station which is ideal for an intimate gathering with friends. Market life reaped the benefits from this multiculturalism and today, Petticoat Lane Market still reflects its cultural history with the utmost effervescence. Just take several lungfuls of the river air while you go. Or alternatively, just having a really good night out. To name just a few - we are graced with Africa Oye in June and Liverpool International Music Festival in July each year and still to come, Fusion Festival featuring David Guetta and Jess Glynne takes place Saturday, September 1 and Sunday, September 2 this year. No stag or hens in sight.
We hope you enjoy the show! Problem is, when there's so much happening right on your doorstep it can be hard to get around to taking full advantage. Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral is also the largest Catholic cathedral in the county. Getting around Liverpool You are rarely more than 8 minutes away from your next destination according to Google Maps , making by foot the best way to get around the city. One of the most astounding attributes to the building is how it has survived heavy bombing raids from both world wars, giving those who ran it even more fuel for their progressive values. If you want to leave planet earth, then reach for the stars at , they have rides, a theatre and an observatory. Before you even enter this bar in the Heron Tower you will be impressed as you get the opportunity to witness the impressive City views on the left as you make your way up the tower.
Visiting players are welcome, but you must have a decent club or society handicap to tackle the challenging course. Officially called Saleforce Tower, the 230-meter-high structure is the third tallest building in London. It's not all about borrowing books. It was made famous by those who graced the dance floor as well as the acts that performed on its stage which makes it one of the prominent points of interest on every Liverpool itinerary. So take the tower tour - you might even see Blackpool Tower on a clear day. Catch a play at the theatre The has been developing new plays and putting on shows since it opened in the swinging sixties. The , libraries and all have regular family-friendly events and exhibitions on.
An abundance of delicious restaurants surround the market so grab a classic burger or a scrumptious crepe to refuel after a long day of perusing the market. Why not stop at where you sleep? This revolutionary retail space melds great value clothes and products with a social atmosphere. This exceptional development by Galliard Homes combines the best of contemporary and classic features and will provide the optimum luxurious living experience. The has luxury brands, as does in Mathew Street for high-end boutiques and designers. But there are still places you can try Scouse Liverpool stew , Bubble and squeak and Wet Nelly for pudding.
Head here to get your fill in the. He's created works for both football clubs entrances, Dixie Dean at Goodison Park and Bill Shankley at Anfield, as well as John Lennon, which can be seen at the airport, and Billy Fury. Surrounded by an array of various shops, bars and restaurants, this location near Liverpool Street is exactly the place to be for some festive family fun. This is one of the tallest skyscrapers in the city, and whether you take a look inside or not is definitely worth a closer look due to its unique gherkin shaped design and full glass exterior. One of the most popular is The Breakfast Club.
To watch a play with a local cast and theme, visit. Be entertained at a comedy club Liverpool has a rich comedy history, from the music-hall mirth of Arthur Askey to modern day comedian John Bishop. You might know Liverpool as a friendly northern city, and home of The Beatles. Marvel at the mummies in the World Museum The has thousands of exhibits sourced from across the planet, including Egyptian artifacts, meteorites from Mars and an Allosaurus skeleton. Non-licensable packages are also sold by BravoNext S. This Seel Street venue continues to attract some of the biggest names in indie and dance.
You can see his 100 cast-iron life size figures staring out sea at various points and at various depths along a three kilometre stretch of the beach. There's not much to actually see at Penny Lane or Strawberry Fields, but if you're fan - you can still get a snap of the street sign. Liverpool is officially the World Capital of Pop, with more Number One hits than any other city. They're all here for the gazing. The Grapes pub, the popular haunt for the sixties celebs, is over the road from the Cavern.