Liverpool is one of the world’s most distinctive and creative cities. From its stunning World Heritage waterfront to its vibrant culture, stylish shops, and restaurants, it’s a city with a unique spirit and personality. With a local charismatic guide, you will see valuable historical and cultural sites in the city. Do you know that Liverpool has one of the largest collections of English art? You will see one of the finest neo-Grecian buildings in the world and the oldest art center in Great Britain. Take a stroll through the historic Albert Dock. What makes it so special? Hear the story about the legendary Beatles and their history. The popularity of this group has greatly influenced the tourism and culture of the city. Liverpool has become a center of attraction for art people. Do you know that Liverpool holds the Guinness Book of Records title for being the Capital of Pop? The city is one of the most popular destinations for international visitors.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Admission fee to Royal Albert Dock Liverpool: 3.50 EUR per hour
  • Admission fee to Mersey Ferries: 5.72 EUR
  • Admission fee to Liver Building: 17.47 EUR for adults 11.66 EUR for children
  • Admission fee to Cavern Club: Monday - Wednesday: Free entry; Thursday-Friday: Free entry till 8 PM (4.70 EUR after 8 PM); Sat-Sunday: Free till 1 PM, 2.92 EUR after 1 PM

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Maritime Museum

    To seafaring and marine life enthusiasts, the Maritime Museum displays a collection of past cruise liners the city has constructed in the past, including the famous Titanic. Many exhibitions and events are held in this museum, displaying the history of Liverpool's dock & the many relics of ships and liners that tells a story of long ago.

  • 2

    Tate Gallery

    This family-friendly art gallery offers a chance for visitors to explore more than 80 works ranging from skilled artists to primary schools for people of all ages to enjoy. Tate also allows anyone to view its collections for no cost (booking is recommended), and the museum comes equipped with a learning center for parents to take a break from the gallery and spend time with their kids.

  • 3

    Royal Albert Dock Liverpool

    These docks here once dominated global trade in the early 19th century, influencing how the ways docks worked in the future. Being one of the prime locations tourists visit in Liverpool, visitors can also spend time leisurely in the museums, attractions, and independents hosted here.

  • 4

    Liverpool sign

    Commissioned by Liverpool ONE and Culture Liverpool, this 14.5-meter sign provides a vibrant and colorful welcome to newcomers to the city. Since then, the Liverpool sign is a popular Instagram spot for tourists thanks to its bold and attractive design gathering many people to take the time to snap a quick picture before they begin their trip to Liverpool.

  • 5

    Mersey Ferries

    As an essential identity to Liverpool city, the Mersey Ferries provides a fantastic range of cruises year round that cover all sorts of activities. Ranging from sightseeing, day & evening trips, wildlife explorers, and going under the canal, these cruises have been popular destinations for tourists everywhere.

  • 6

    Liver Building

    A Grand 322 feet tall skyscraper defined by 2 clock towers stands as the city's most architecturally stunning achievement and the most well-known landmark of the city. Visitors can experience the history of the Liver building in a dynamic 360° audio-visual show that has earned the Awards for Excellence in 2022.

  • 7

    Beatles statue

    Musical fans of the Beatles will appreciate the statues of the iconic fab four standing with one another in the Waterfront Pier Head. Their presence can be found throughout all parts of the city, featuring them with their instruments, famous poses, and artistic representations of them & their music.

  • 8

    Liverpool Town Hall

    The Town Hall of Liverpool is open to the public for guided tours each month for visitors to view and learn about the history of the city & the many events that took place in it. Constructed by the architect John Wood The Elder, both the interior and exterior have marveled many tourists for its outstanding architecture and wedding events held there and enhancing the experience.

  • 9

    Cavern Club

    Noted as one of the most famous clubs in the world, the Cavern club offers a live lounge for music and a restaurant for visitors looking for a good dinner place to sit and enjoy the atmosphere. In the past, it was known for being the cradle of British pop music as it was the very same place where the Beatles made their musical identity known to the public.

  • 10

    Liverpool ONE

    For visitors looking for the best shopping experience Liverpool can provide, Liverpool ONE provides over 170 stores, bars, and restaurants for all your needs. This expansive shopping district comes equipped with a residential and leisure complex for shoppers who want to relax after a long day of sightseeing & shopping for some of the exclusive goods found only in Liverpool.

Meeting Point

By the main entrance of Walker Art Gallery (William Brown St, L3 8EL, C26C+24 Liverpool, UK) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.