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15 Must-Do’s in Liverpool (Attractions and Sights)

A view of the Liver Building, one of the symbols of the city of Liverpool, with a "hop on, hop off" city tour bus and some people walking around the area

Liverpool is one of the most interesting cities in the UK with a rich and vibrant history. There are many wonderful things to do in Liverpool from learning about its maritime history, famous football club, and the Beatles, to visiting museums, various shops, and some great bars and restaurants.

I’ve been visiting the city for years (not least to quickly replace lost passports) and love wandering around the docks and checking out some of the great eateries in the city. The scousers (a colloquial term for Liverpudlians) are famed for their friendliness and hospitality so visiting is always fun.

Some of the top places to visit in Liverpool include the area around Albert Docks, Chinatown, and the vibrant city center. Liverpool is also a great base for exploring nearby national parks and wilderness areas such as north Wales and the Lake District.

Best Things To Do in Liverpool

There are many fun things to do in Liverpool from taking a cruise on the River Mersey to exploring its excellent museums, galleries, and experiences. Below are some of the best tourist attractions in Liverpool that any visitor to the city should include on their itinerary.

1. Take a Hop On, Hop Off City Tour

One of the best ways to see some of the top Liverpool attractions is to take a “hop on, hop off” city tour. You’ll get to see the childhood homes of Paul McCartney and John Lennon, stop at the famous Strawberry Fields and Penny Lane sign, and follow the River Mersey out into the pleasant suburbs.

The route also takes in the famous Cavern Club which saw the rise of Rock n’ Roll in the 1950s and 1960s and passes the waterfront where you can stop and see the Liver Building; one of the symbols of the city. This is definitely one of the best things to do for first-timers visiting the city.

There’s an option to stay aboard for a 1.5-hour Beatles and sightseeing in Liverpool tour with a guide, and then you can use your ticket to hop on and off around the city at your own leisure. The ticket costs just £18.00 per person and can be booked online through Get Your Guide.

2. Visit the Liverpool FC Ground at Anfield

My father is a lifelong Liverpool supporter, but I’m afraid I don’t share in his passion for the “beautiful game”. That being said, there’s no denying that Liverpool FC is one of the top clubs in the world. For football fans, Anfield is definitely one of the best places to visit in Liverpool.

This guided tour of the

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