Liverpool

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Central Liverpool
4 reviews
Small but impressive collections. — Travel + Leisure
9
3 reviews
Provides a unique blend of floating exhibits, craft demonstrations, working displays, and special events. — Frommer's
8
Central Liverpool
3 reviews
This Church took a long time to be build (1933-1967) due to the outbreak of war and numerous changes of architect. — Michelin Guide
8
3 reviews
A handsome conversion of Albert Dock warehouses. — Fodor's
8
4 reviews
If you haven't had enough Beatles at the main Beatles Story museum, your ticket also gains you entry to the annexe on Pier Head, with its rotating Fab Four–related photo exhibitions. — Lonely Planet
8
3 reviews
Listen for the world’s highest, heaviest bells, or climb the steps of the tower for views out across the city. — Afar Magazine
8
4 reviews
A fabulous development programme has really brought the dock to life; here you'll find several outstanding museums and an extension of London's Tate Gallery. — Lonely Planet
8
Central Liverpool
3 reviews
Here you can take a ferry across the River Mersey to Birkenhead and Seacombe. — Fodor's
8
Woolton
2 reviews
The stucco house where John Lennon lived as a boy was purchased by his wife, Yoko Ono, and was restored by the National Trust. — Frommer's
7
2 reviews
The red letters in the literary pavement leading to the library form a mysterious code.  — Atlas Obscura
7
Central Liverpool
3 reviews
Self-guided tours tell the story of the building, which today hosts music festivals, concerts, and fairs. — Fodor's
7
2 reviews
Hardly Graceland, it does give an insight into the humble beginnings of one of the world's most famous and influential entertainers. — Frommer's
7
2 reviews
Taking inspiration from the famous song and hopping on the ferry across the Mersey is a lovely way to view the historic Albert Dock and the city’s maritime history from the water. — Afar Magazine
7
Anfield
2 reviews
It's truly an unforgettable experience, being surrounded by some of the most dedicated fans in the world. Great for all ages, and a guaranteed good time. — Afar Magazine
7
2 reviews
What do we know about the real woman behind one of the Beatles' most famous songs?  — Atlas Obscura
7
Woolton
2 reviews
The quiet field that inspired one of the most famous songs of all time.  — Atlas Obscura
7
Central Liverpool
2 reviews
The story of British pop music from 1945 to the present day is told in all its glory – but none of the gore – at this new interactive museum in the Cunard Building. — Lonely Planet
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