Best places to visit in Liverpool

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Need advice on the top things to see and do during your time in Liverpool? Well look no further. From vibrant districts such as RopeWalks and the Baltic Triangle, to legendary landmarks including Cavern Club, St George's Quarter, and the waterfront, we've narrowed down some of the city's highlights.

International Slavery Museum

Discover more about the transatlantic slave trade and contemporary slavery through fascinating galleries, exhibitions and workshops.

Bold Street

This unique and characterful street is home to some of the best shopping in Liverpool as well as tempting restaurants and cafes.

Baltic Triangle

This lively hub is where you'll find the best examples of Liverpool's creative industry as well as party venues and alternative dining.

Cavern Quarter

Home to the Cavern Club - the famous Liverpudlian landmark where The Beatles performed their very first gigs and gained popularity.

ACC Liverpool

Situated on Liverpool's waterfront, this award-winning conference and events venue is home to the Echo Arena and the BT Convention Centre.

RopeWalks

Explore quirky coffee shops and a range of stylish independent shops and restaurants in Liverpool's bohemian neighbourhood.

World Museum Liverpool

As the name suggests, this celebrated museum features exciting collections of artefacts, artwork, and specimens from the world over.

Liverpool Waterfront

Home to an eclectic mix of art galleries, exhibitions, and stunning architecture, Liverpool's waterfront is not to be missed.

Chinatown

This vibrant area of the city features countless Chinese restaurants, takeaways, and supermarkets, and the beautifully crafted Chinese Arch.

The Beatles Story

Discover untold stories about Liverpool's Fab Four through exclusive photographs, exhibitions, and rare memorabilia.

Liverpool ONE

Take a trip to the ODEON, enjoy a bite to eat at one of the many bars and restaurants, or browse the countless hight street shops.

Merseyside Maritime Museum

Discover more about the city's maritime history, Britain's black sailors, and UK border control.

St George's Quarter

As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this fabulous area of the city is steeped in culture and is home to several theatres.

Georgian Quarter

Home to streets lined with beautiful Georgian houses, Liverpool's two cathedrals, and some of the best places to eat in the city.

British Music Experience

Discover more about Britain's most famous pop icons including Adele, Spice Girls, Oasis, The Beatles, and David Bowie.