The Cavern club can be argued to be one of the most well known venues in Liverpool, this is where the Beatles musical identity was created. The Cavern today is still a popular music venue, incorporating the Cavern Pub, the Cavern Club, and the Cavern Live Lounge. Not only does this place continue the legacy of the Beatles, but it is also finding and showcasing new up and coming bands, as well as bringing in established artists.


The Albert Dock has a history spanning over 70 years. After a big regeneration in the 80’s, the dock reopened in 1988, and this is what we can find here today. the dock is now the heart of Liverpool’s historic waterfront, from here you can find museums, galleries, restaurants and England’s largest collection of Grade I listed buildings.

The dock is host to the Tate Liverpool, this has been home to many famous works over the years, including Andy Warhol and Jackson Pollock. The Merseyside Maritime Museum is a fantastic opportunity to learn about Liverpool’s famous past, before checking out the International Slavery Museum.

The Albert Dock is not just a day attraction, visit after dark and watch the restaurants and bars come to life.


Anfield Stadium is the sixth largest in England, and has been home to Liverpool football Club since 1892. If you are interested in English football or Liverpool F.C. there are numerous stadium tours to embark on, both on match days and non match days. A new stadium tour will be commencing from Spring 2017 so supporters will enjoy brand new highlights and never been seen before areas.


A huge Grade II listed building with a modern twist, the Central Library was completely revamped before reopening in 2013. Over 14 kms of archives can be found between the modern day library and the historic Hornby Room and Oak Room, now open to the public.


Liverpool ONE is at the heart of Liverpool’s shopping district, home to a plethora of designer and high street shops, occupying a number of streets. Apart from the shops, there is a range of dining venues, a cinema, and even crazy golf.