Things To Do In Liverpool
Liverpool, located in North West England, is one of Europe’s most culturally diverse locations and a city with a reputation of having a thriving nightlife. It does, however, have a lot more to offer than just nightclubs and bars. With a wide array of sights and attractions there is something for everyone to enjoy, with many different ways to take in the culture of the wonderful city.
Anfield, home to one of the world’s most famous football clubs Liverpool FC, is a must -isit location in the city. Even if you don’t have a chance to see a match and witness the amazing Anfield atmosphere and here the spine tingling chorus of ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’, the stadium is still definitely worth a visit. A guided tour will give you the chance to enter the dressing rooms and also see the hallowed turf and an opportunity to touch the famous ‘This is Anfield’ sign, which provides a great photo opportunity.
Walker Art Gallery, sometimes referred to as “The National Gallery of the North” is home to one of the finest art collections in Europe and there is something to cater for most tastes. You won’t find a more stunning collection of art in the country outside of London. Renowned for the variety and quality of art work it showcases, displaying work ranging from the 13th Century through to the present day, the gallery is free to enter, making it a top spot to see on any trip to the city.
Part of the Grosvenor Casino family, Leo Casino is situated on the Queen’s Dock. Home to two cocktail bars and a restaurant, it has now become a popular nightspot in the areas for those wishing to play a few hands of Blackjack, spin the slots and also those who want to just soak in the atmosphere the casino has to offer. The panoramic river views the casino has to offer single handedly make it worthy of a visit. Plus there is always option to click here and start playing your favourite games like blackjack with licensed online casino brands.
Seen as one of the best places to view the Merseyside sunset from, Liverpool Cathedral is the biggest cathedral in the UK and the fifth biggest in the whole of Europe. This great landmark is the work of Sir Gilbert Scott, creator of the red telephone box. Whilst free to enter, the audio/visual tour is well worth investing in, as it also includes entrance to the 101m tower, giving you unrivalled views of the city and is the place to see the sunset from. The Cathedral also has a choice of two dining locations, The Welsford and The Mezzanine Cafe Bar.
No trip to Liverpool is completing without taking in a Beatles attraction as part of your visit. As the home city of the band often regarded as the most influential ever to live, there are many attractions on offer, but the Casbah Coffee Club, the venue that launched the band is one you don’t want to miss. A tour will give you the chance to view never seen before Beatles memorabilia and hear the tales behind it.