Reasons to visit Liverpool!
There are dozens of reasons to love Liverpool – these are a few of our favourites.
The stage to The Grand National, Aintree is the world’s most famous horse race, hosting an additional four race days a year. It also houses the longest nine-hole golf course in the country nestled within the Grand National course.
Knowsley Safari Park
Whether up close or on the car friendly route, you’ll get a great view of the monkey madness. Plus, see the king of the jungle in a fence-free enclosure, monkey around with the boisterous baboons, or get to know the crash of rhinos.
Liverpool FC is a Premier League football club and one of England’s most successful football clubs, having won 18 league titles and five European Cups. The club was formed in 1892 and plays home games at Anfield Stadium.
Metquarter provides a shopping experience like no other. Metquarter is situated in the heart of Liverpool and plays host to aspirational brands such as MAC, Hugo Boss, Jo Malone, AX Armani Exchange and Diesel.
Royal Institute of British Architects
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) organise tours around Liverpool looking at the key buildings and open spaces in the city. From Georgian terraces and the world famous docks to grandiose commercial.
Sefton Park Palm House
Sefton Park Palm House is a Grade II listed Victorian glasshouse, with an octagonal three-tiered structure, showcasing the Liverpool Botanical Collection. Enjoy a leisurely stroll around the park, then relax with a coffee.
St George’s Hall
St George’s Hall is a breathtaking venue. Throughout the year the hall hosts a number of free and paid for public events and exhibitions. There is also an on site cafe, tourist information and heritage centre for visitors.
St John’s Beacon
View the fantastic skyline of Liverpool and beyond in glorious technicolour, from the very top of St John’s Beacon, home to Radio City, Magic and City Talk radio stations. It is open 7 days a week, from 11am until 5.30pm.
World of Glass
World of Glass is a unique attraction, telling the story of St Helens and history of glass-making. Glass-blowing demonstrations showcase the skill, there’s an exciting multi-media show taking you on a voyage of discovery.