There a wealth of great things to do in Liverpool for all visitors to the city. The Titanic Hotel is centrally located in the world famous Albert Dock offering a great base to visit each of Liverpool’s top attractions.
The Albert Dock consists of a variety of dock buildings and warehouses in Liverpool. It is UK’s most visited tourist attraction mainly due to its significance in Liverpool’s UNESCO designation as a World Heritage Maritime Mercantile City.
Liverpool contains the greatest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the United Kingdom.
Liverpool has one of the most impressive collections of museums in Europe. Opened in 2011 in a landmark waterfront building the Museum of Liverpool is the UK's first museum dedicated to the history of a city. Visitors can explore how Liverpool's port, its people and its creative, industrial and sporting history have shaped the city.
Many museums and galleries are located around the Albert Dock, such as the Merseyside Maritime Museum and International Slavery Museum, where you can find out all about the companies, people and ships connected to this port city.
St George's Quarter, close to Lime Street, is home to World Museum, where you can discover treasure from around the world, meet live creatures and explore outer space.
Liverpool is proud to be the birthplace of the best band in the world and Beatles fans making pilgrimage to the city won't be disappointed.
The first stop has to be the Beatles Story in the Alberto Dock, a fantastic visitor attraction dedicated to the Fab Four. The Beatles Story follows John, Paul, George, and Ringo from their early beginnings to global Beatlemania and beyond.
Albert Dock is also the starting point for the Magical Mystery tour, a two-hour bus trip taking in various Beatles landmarks, including Penny Lane and Strawberry field. Anyone coming to Liverpool for the Beatles should stop off at the world-famous Cavern Club on Matthew Street in the city centre. The Beatles played there nearly 300 times, and you can hear live music every day of the week, including the fabulous Cavern Beatles.
Royal Liver Building
The Royal Liver Building is one of Liverpool’s ‘Three Graces’ that line the waterfront of the city. It is a Grade I listed building that is recognised at one of the city’s landmark buildings.
It is home to a pair of Liver Birds; legend has it that if these birds were to depart, the city of Liverpool would cease to exist.