Internationally recognised as the home of iconic pop group, The Beatles, Liverpool has been welcoming over 800,000 visitors each year. Boasting several art galleries, museums and theatres, this city has much more to offer than just Beatles memorabilia.
Dating all the way back to 1190, the city of Liverpool has earned itself a very rich heritage. In 1715 the first-ever commercial wet dock was built on the River Mersey and accommodated up 100 ships. Liverpool maintained its title as trade innovators by creating the Albert Dock. This architectural triumph pushed Liverpool up to be one of the most successful trading cities in the World in the 19th Century, providing more than 40% of the Worlds Trade. Today, the Royal Albert Dock is home to some of the most popular museums in the city. Continuing the theme of innovation, is the Museum of Liverpool. This museum is the world’s first national museum devoted to the history of a regional city, that allows you to delve into the rich history of this brilliant city.
The Tate Liverpool, located by the Albert Dock, holds collections of stunning modern art. Alongside this, is The Beatles Story Museum. Liverpool invites you to celebrate the lives of the world’s most influential pop group, not only through this museum but across the whole city. From Strawberry Fields to their childhood homes, the city is scattered with plaques recognising the fantastic four’s journey
Across the whole region you can find fantastic music venues. From the historically renowned Cavern Club, to the modern and creative Invisible Wind Factory, there truly is a venue for all tastes. If you Classical Music is more your scene, the Royal Liverpool Philarmonic is the place to be as it is home to one of the most critically acclaimed Orchestras in the Country.
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