Liverpool is one of the European centers for culture in Great Britain. It’s the city that gave the world The Beatles. There are hot spots to see should you decide to visit Liverpool.
The Cavera Club
The Cavera Club is where The Beatles played during their early days. You can still get the flavour of the band’s music by visiting the place. It’s still one of the best places in the city to see live acts.
The Beatles Story
Also situated within the city is The Beatles Story which takes you to a history of The Beatles right from school days to how they formed the band and through their glory years and their careers beyond.
Places That Inspired The Beatles
One can also hunt down places that inspired the songs of the band. You can stroll down on Penny Lane or hang out in Strawberry Fields. You can visit the house where John Lennon grew up and the flat where he started writing songs.
You can take the world famous ferry across the Mersey and take in the view of one of Liverpool’s most famous landmark – the “Liver Building” and other grand structures known as “The Three Graces”.
There are also plenty of beautiful spots for art lovers. The Walker Art Gallery has captured the attention of artists and tourists throughout the centuries. They have a collection of arts works that are as old as the city itself. The kids also get the chance to get involved with art too.
The World Museum
The World Museum devotes itself to the natural world. It has among the most exotic and bizarre exhibits in display. It’s a perfect place for scientists and curious minds to explore the natural world.
But Liverpool is not just about The Beatles. It’s a fascinating maritime city and home to the Albert Dog. Once a busy seaside, the city’s shipping trade is now a showcase of shops, restaurants and museums. Come and visit Liverpool. We have a lot in store for you!