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Unlock the magic of Liverpool

Type ‘Liverpool’ into Google and it will come up with Liverpool FC, that’s how popular football is in this northwest English city. Famous for The Beatles, Liverpool is a maritime city, a key trade and migration port from the 18th to the 20th centuries where the River Mersey meets the Irish Sea. The iconic mercantile buildings known as the "Three Graces" – Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building and Port of Liverpool Building – stand on the Pier Head.

Attractions in Liverpool

Royal Albert Dock
Built as the first docks without timber, they were the world's first fireproof docks and received royal charter status in 2018.
Port of Liverpool Building
One of Liverpool's 'Three Graces' buildings, it is part of the city's maritime mercantile UNESCO heritage status.
The Beatles Statue
The statue was unveiled in 2015, between the Three Graces at the docks, and each has a hidden personal detail of the band member. Can you spot them?
Royal Liver Building
Originally one of the tallest buildings in Britain, it opened in 1906 to house the Royal Liver Assurance group.
The Cavern Club
Famous for the Beatles having played their early years at the club, the Cavern Club originally opened as a jazz club and remains a music venue today.
St George's Hall
The neoclassical multipurpose building is considered one of the finest neo-Grecian buildings in the world, though Roman elements are present throughout as well.
The Beatles Story Museum
Cunard Building
Cunard Building
The third of the 'Three Graces' in the port, the structure still has remnants of the original port wall, which are visible on the eastern portion of the building.
Liverpool Town Hall
The Town Hall has been operational for over 250 years, and its interior is considered one of the most stunning complete works of Georgian decor.
Radio City Tower
Also known as St John's Beacon, the radio tower has an observation deck 558 steps up in the air. We suggest taking the lift.
Wellington's Column
The Waterloo Memorial was built from the bronze in cannons captured during the Battle of Waterloo.
Liverpool Blue Coat School
One of the oldest buildings in Liverpool, John Lennon's father was educated at the school and Yoko Ono's first paid art exhibit was in the building.
Matthew Street
Though it was originally a market street, it is now synonoymous with the Cavern Club and the Beatles.
Eleanor Rigby Statue
In 1982, the statue was dedicated in Liverpool to 'All the lonely people.'
Cilla Black
One of Liverpool's locals - a coat girl at the Cavern Club - who went on to have a successful music career.
Liverpool Institute for the Performing Arts
In the 50's, when it was known as the Liverpool Institute, George Harrison and Paul McCartney met on a bus ride home from school.
The Philharmonic Dining Rooms
A local pub in Liverpool, Paul McCartney performed here as a young musician.
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