With the most impressive collections of museums outside London, numerous great galleries and majestic architecture, you will be enthralled by all Liverpool has to offer. Major international artists perform at the ACC Liverpool, one of the most recent additions to the Waterfront.
Situated on Albert Dock, the Maritime Museum has vast and varied exhibits reflecting the importance of Liverpool as a naval gateway. Learn about the people, the ships and the companies connected to the great port, the millions who emigrated through it and some of the great sea tragedies including the Titanic and Lusitania. If you are researching your ancestory the museum also containts the largest collection of merchant shipping records in the UK.
The only one of its kind in Britain, the thought provoking International Slavery Museum takes you on a journey of the slave trade and Liverpool’s involvement and provides insight and understanding of historical and contemporary slavery as well as addressing issues of identity and human rights.
For details on the World Museum Liverpool and National Conservation Centre visit our page of family activities in Liverpool.
Dominated by the Three Graces – The Royal Liver Building, The Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building – the city’s waterfront is a glorious sight and designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Located in Albert Dock, Tate Liverpool is home to the National Collection of Modern Art and regularly stages major exhibitions and special events making it the ideal place to see your favourite piece or discover something new.
With a collection including paintings, sculptures and decorative arts from the Medieval period through to the present day, the Walker Art Gallery holds the best collection of fine and decorative arts in the North. The gallery is less than 1km walk from us on William Brown Street.
We can’t think of a band so intrinsically linked to a city as the Beatles are with Liverpool and with so many fab four attractions, we’ve dedicated a page just for them.