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In 1964 the Beatles took America by storm. Now is your chance to visit the city that made the Fab Four.
Liverpool isn’t just all about the Beatles however. There’s a long history between Liverpool and America (see below) which you can explore yourself with this incredible opportunity.
Liverpool has some fabulous buildings, a wealth of museums, two renowned football teams and not to mention a fascinating history. The Albert Dock offers a glimpse of Liverpool’s maritime history whilst you indulge in some shopping.
Liverpool’s two Cathedrals provide tranquillity in their contrasting styles and breathtaking views of the city can be seen from the majestic tower of the neo-Gothic Anglican Cathedral.
One of the lasting impressions visitors to Liverpool take away with them is how friendly and safe the city is. Just taking a casual walk in Liverpool you will be surrounded by its history. Strategically located on the River Mersey, Liverpool was once the second city of the British Empire after London.
Liverpool saw its fastest period of growth during the Georgian and Victorian periods and the legacy is the well preserved period buildings that are often used as sets for Hollywood films.
If football (soccer) is your passion, Liverpool Football Club’s new stadium is in the final stages of completion and there are tours of the ground and behind the scenes available.
It is only recently coming to light the role that Liverpool played during the American Civil War. If you are interested in this period of history then visiting Liverpool is a must. Thomas E Sebrell, when researching the war reported, “A majority of Civil War enthusiasts, including those in the United States, are unaware that the war actually ended in Liverpool on 6 November 1865 when the Confederate navy vessel Shenandoah surrendered to British authorities at what is now ‘The Pier’, seven months after Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered to his Union counterpart, Ulysses S. Grant, at Appomattox, Virginia, which is usually referred to as the end of the war.”
St George’s Hall, one of Liverpool’s grandest buildings hosted a five-day bazaar which raised £17,000 ($25,000 USD) to support Confederate Prisoners of War.
After long days exploring, there are some wonderful restaurants throughout the city where you can relax and enjoy food from a vast range of international menus, as well as trying some traditional Liverpool Scouse (a type of stew).
Liverpool is emerging from its industrial past as it is reborn as a top tourist destination.
Albert Dock has been part of Liverpool's landscape for over 160 years and remains a key feature of Liverpool's world-renowned Waterfront. Transformed in the early 1980s, we have developed into the most popular tourist attraction in the North West with our museums, boats and tours providing an action-packed experience.
The museum's planetarium, said to be the first in the UK outside London, opened in to the public on 22 May 1970.
The museum was one of a group of museums and galleries that were 'nationalised' on 1 April 1986 under the new organisation, National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside, now called National Museums Liverpool.
The museum's ground-breaking Natural History Centre opened on 1 August 1987. It was the first hands-on centre in a museum and has been imitated across the globe.
The museum was renamed World Museum on 29 April 2005 when a new aquarium, refurbished galleries and a new entrance were opened.
Today the museum is famous for its great collections, its history of innovation and the family-friendly experience that it offers. In 2010 visits to the museum totalled 748,065 making it one of the most popular and respected museums in the UK.
One of the finest art galleries in Europe, the Walker Art Gallery is home to renaissance masterpieces, Tudor portraits and one of the best collections of Victorian and Pre-Raphaelite art in the country.
For 130 years it has housed Liverpool’s most outstanding art collection. Many of the gallery’s most important works have been on display in the city for nearly 200 years.
The gallery also has an outstanding display of contemporary art including work by David Hockney, Lucian Freud and Bridget Riley.
A visit to Anfield Stadium, home of Liverpool Football Club is a memorable experience for all. If you're visiting as part of a group, we offer competitive rates plus the services of a dedicated Groups Manager to help organise your visit.Stadium TourOur award winning Stadium Tour offers your groups the chance to see behind the scenes at one of world's greatest football clubs. The tour is approximately one hour and includes entry into The Liverpool FC Story, our interactive museum.
The Liverpool FC Story - No visit to Anfield Stadium is complete without a visit to The Liverpool FC Story, the Club's interactive museum. Here, you'll discover over 120 years of LFC history and explore football, past and present, with the help of state of the art technology and never seen before displays.To enhance your experience every member of the group is provided with a multimedia handset with personalised 40 minute commentary by LFC Legend, Phil Thompson.
As the first purpose built stadium in England, Goodison Park can offer 122 years of rich history, befitting its affectionately known nickname ‘The Grand Old Lady.'
The stadium tour takes you behind the scenes of a top Premier League club, providing you with an insight into the traditions and ways of Everton Football Club. The itinerary includes:
~ A visit to the inner sanctum of the Players' Lounge
~ An opportunity to view the stadium from the Directors' Box
~ A unique behind the scenes view of the first team dressing room
~ Recreate the entrance of the players from the tunnel to the famous Z Cars theme tune and out onto the historic hallowed turf.
St George's Hall is widely regarded as one of the finest neo-classical buildings in the world and is a Grade I listed building. It was reopened in 2007 by Prince Charles after a £23m refurbishment programme.
Built in the early 1800s as a space for music festivals and the Civil and Crown courts, the hall has always been at the heart of community life in the city.
Over 25,000 people gathered outside the Hall when John Lennon was killed, and in excess of 65,000 witnessed Liverpool's spectacular European Capital of Culture People’s Opening in 2008.
The foundation stone was laid in 1838 and it was built as a result of separate competitions to create a fitting space for the aspirational city to hold its music festivals and other assemblies and contains the vastly ornate Great Hall with its vaulted ceiling, Minton tiled floor, replete with maritime and civic symbolism and is also home to a massive pipe organ.
The Small Concert Room at the Northern elevation of the Hall has been described as the 'Albert Hall in miniature' and is circular in design with a proscenium arch stage and is flanked by caryatids, female sculptural figures which are designed to give the impression of supporting the fine lace work of the iron balconies.
Unusually, the Hall also houses the Crown and Civil Court which were working courts until the 1980’s when the Court Service moved to new premises in Derby Square.
The ground floor and basement levels also house holding cells for prisoners and the condemned cell.
St George’s Hall can lay claim to one of the oldest ventilation and air conditioning systems in the world, the workings of which can be seen in the lower basement level and throughout the Hall.
The new museum opened on 23 August 2007. Not only was this the date of the annual Slavery Remembrance Day, but the year 2007 was particularly significant as it was the bicentenary of the abolition of the British slave trade.
The International Slavery Museum highlights the international importance of slavery, both in a historic and contemporary context. Working in partnership with other museums with a focus on freedom and enslavement, the museum provides opportunities for greater awareness and understanding of the legacy of slavery today.
It is located in Liverpool's Albert Dock, at the centre of a World Heritage site and only yards away from the dry docks where 18th century slave trading ships were repaired and fitted out.
Merseyside Maritime Museum offers tours of Liverpool’s revolutionary old dock.
Discovered during excavations in 2001, after having been buried since 1826, the Old Dock is the world’s first commercial enclosed dock.
The tour gives us an insight into this unique location, which includes a bricked-up ancient tunnel in the dock wall. The tunnel is believed to be hundreds of years older than the dock.
A ‘fun and fascinating’ tour of Beatles Liverpool, the tour takes you to key locations in the Fab Four’s upbringing, formation and rise to world wide superstardom.
The tour shows us Beatles' childhood homes, schools, colleges and the places that inspired now legendary songs: Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields, accompanied by professional Beatles guides and the music of Liverpool’s best-loved group.
“If you want a Cathedral, we’ve got one to spare…” so goes the old Liverpool folk song. Located either end of the aptly-named Hope Street, Liverpool Anglican Cathedral and Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King (Catholic) are vastly different in architecture but both majestic and beautiful. Halfway along Hope Street, outside Hope Street Hotel, two bronze statues represent the life and work of Bishop David Sheppard and Archbishop Derek Worlock. The two religious leaders, working together and with others, were a uniting force in the city during the less prosperous years of the 1970s and 1980s.
Liverpool Anglican Cathedral is Britain’s biggest Cathedral, and took 74 years to build from the foundation stone being laid in 1904. Sir John Betjeman called it ‘one of the great buildings of the world.’ The Cathedral has a full programme of events and hosts many conferences, large-scale gala dinners and functions. The Tower is open every day and boasts spectacular views across the city.
The Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King was originally conceived as a huge structure in a similar style to the neo-gothic Anglican Cathedral. Of that design, only the Lutyens Crypt was built and due to the pressures of war and rising costs, the design was abandoned. The current modern, circular Cathedral opened in 1967, and features modern works of art and glorious multi-coloured windows. The majestic barrel vaults of fine brickwork and granite pillars of the original Lutyens Crypt can still be seen.
Speke Hall is a rare Tudor timber-framed manor house in a most unusual setting on the banks of the River Mersey. Restored and brought back to life in the 19th century, it is a unique and beautiful mixture of Tudor simplicity and Victorian Arts and Crafts' aesthetics.
Built by the devout Catholic Norris family - keen to impress visitors with the grandeur of their home and in particular the magnificent Great Hall - this beautiful building has witnessed more than 400 years of turbulent history. From the Tudor period when a secret priest hole was an essential feature, to years of neglect and decay in the 18th and 19th centuries (including a spell when it was used as a cow shed) and then being dragged into the Victorian era of improvement and technology, the Hall has seen it all.
In the 21st century, Speke Hall and its surrounding estate now provide a real oasis from the hurly burly of modern life. As you come through the gates, relax, take a breath and enjoy all that this wonderful place has to offer. The Hall is surrounded by beautiful restored gardens and protected by a collar of woodland.
Merseyside Maritime Museum is in the Albert Dock, Liverpool. It contains a variety of objects associated with the social and commercial history of the port of Liverpool. Highlights include ship models, maritime paintings, colourful posters from the golden age of liners and even some full sized vessels. There is also the major current exhibition Titanic and Liverpool: the untold story, which tells the story of Liverpool's links to the ill-fated liner. The Museum also houses the International Slavery Museum (on the third floor) as well as the Border Force's national museum: Seized! The Border and Customs uncovered (in the basement).
The Museum of Liverpool reflects the city's global significance through its unique geography, history and culture. Visitors can explore how the port, its people, their creative and sporting history have shaped the city.
The museum opened on 19 July 2011 in a purpose-built landmark building on Liverpool's famous waterfront. Since then it has won a number of awards, most recently the Council of Europe Museum Prize for 2013.
Take a walking tour around Liverpool’s street art, hidden attractions and alternative sights. The ideal tour to seek out some hidden spots and abandoned corners of the city, this tour will show you how easy it is to overlook the colourful parts of Liverpool.
The experience includes:
~ Expert guided tour around Liverpool’s Ropewalks area
~ Multimedia Show & Tell
~ Secret Stories
~ City Guide
~ ‘Learn Yerself Scouse’ Guide
You will see and learn about:
~ Local and International street art
~ Liverpool’s alternative shopping areas
~ Groundbreaking art installations
~ Local culture and community
~ Liverpool’s amazing history
~ Forgotten buildings and streets
1) The first US consulate was established in Liverpool, in 1790.
2) More than nine million people emigrated from Europe to America via Liverpool.
3) Liverpool was a key trading hub for America over the years.
4) President Obama has a family connection to Merseyside - his great, great-grandfather, Irishman Falmouth Kearney, sailed from Liverpool to the US in 1850 in search of a better life.
5) A plaque at the Pier Head recognises that more than one million US troops took their first steps towards liberating Europe in WW2 when they arrived at Liverpool docks.
6) The very last surrender of the US Civil war happened on the River Mersey in 1865 with the CSS Shenandoah lowering its colours to the British Government.
7) New York’s Central Park was modelled on Birkenhead Park after American landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted visited the park during a trip to the city in 1850 and was impressed by its design.
8) The grandson of Buffalo Bill Cody - one of America’s adventurers - was a stonemason who worked on Liverpool Cathedral.
9) In the 2004 remake of Alfie, starring Jude Law, a scene set on a New England beach in America, was actually filmed on Formby beach.
10) Speaking of movies, a dockside scene in Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) was filmed in Liverpool’s Stanley Dock.
11) And scenes in the American film Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit were filmed in the Liverpool Docks, Duke Street and the Queensway tunnel side entrance, which doubled as New York’s Wall Street underpass.
12) One of America’s founding fathers was born in Liverpool, in January 1734. Robert Morris was a signatory of the Declaration of Independence, as well as the United States Constitution. Toxteth born Robert lived in the city with his parents Robert Morris Snr and Elizabeth Murphey, until he was 13. He became known as the “financier of the American Revolution” and was the first to use the dollar sign.
13) Actress Kim Cattrall, who rose to fame as Samantha Jones in American TV series Sex and the City, was born in Mossley Hill, Liverpool, in August 1956. The family emigrated to Canada when she was three months old but Kim regularly returns to the city to visit relatives.
14) American singer Lana Del Rey is a big Liverpool FC fan. The New Yorker started following the Reds because her manager is a big fan. She particularly loves Luis Suarez and has even been to Anfield.
15) As has American actor Samuel L. Jackson. The Pulp Fiction star was spotted holding a scarf in the air, singing You’ll Never Walk Alone during the Merseyside derby in 2000. He was in the city while filming The 51st State.
16) Although the Titanic liner set sail to America from Southampton, she was registered in Liverpool because the White Star Line’s head office was at Albion House on James Street.
17) In the 1700s Liverpool played a major part in the slave trade, as people were captured in Africa and transported to America to work. The International Slavery Museum in Liverpool opened in 2007 - the bicentenary of the abolition of the British slave trade.
18) Like New York, Liverpool has its own Statue of Liberty. Unlike New York, ours is perched above pub - McHales Irish American Bar on Lime Street.
19) Liverpool and New Orleans were officially linked as sister cities in 1991. Both now have international airports named after famous local musicians (John Lennon and Louis Armstrong).
20) When US merchant John Wellborn Root was sent to Liverpool in 1864 for his safety during the Civil War he was so taken with the design of Oriel Chambers, on Water Street, that he used it as inspiration when he later returned to Chicago and qualified as an architect. Its template was used for towering American skyscrapers of the 1880s including The Rookery Building, the first steel-framed building and considered a masterpiece, measuring 181 feet and 12 stories tall and the oldest standing high-rise in Chicago.
(Extracted from Liverpool Echo)
Millions of bricks, thousands of panes of glass and hundreds of steel girders go to make up what was once part of the life blood of the thriving Port of Liverpool – the warehouses. Rum and tobacco imported from exotic locations were stored here in great brick buildings, the size the world had never seen before. The docks at the mouth of the Mersey River, including Stanley Dock, pioneered modern dock technology, transport and port management. Meanwhile Liverpool hummed with emigrants from all over Europe preparing to depart for a life in the New World. It quickly became the Second City of the Empire and trading through its docks and canals was at the core of this success.
Titanic Hotel is part of the redevelopment of the historic Stanley Dock complex. It is located in what was the North Warehouse. The North Warehouse was built in 1846 and finished in 1854 and has been derelict for a number of years. Part of the North Warehouse was damaged in an air raid in World War 11. The Rum Warehouse which is attached to the North Warehouse and built in the 1950’s, has become a major new conference, banqueting and exhibition venue for 21st century Liverpool.
The 153 rooms at Titanic Hotel are all about the space. Our furnishings are rich and earthy. Our bed linen, is nothing short of wondrous. Each bedroom has the original windows of this incredible building giving vast views over the historic Port of Liverpool.
Our bathrooms can have shower or separate bath and shower . An earthy soothing colour scheme prevails and that lovely mix of solid tradition and cool modern has been perfectly created. Hide yourself away or keep in touch with 100mb broadband
Embark on a journey of natural rejuvenation where the path to a more satisfying sense of wellbeing awaits you. Hidden in the underground of Stanley Dock lies Maya Blue our subterranean sanctuary.
Sink into pure relaxation amid the historic red brick arches where you can languish in the hydrotherapy pool, or indulge your body to one of our signature treatments, performed by our highly skilled, professional therapists. We look forward to taking you on a journey of tranquillity and serenity.
Whether you are looking for tiny soft sandwiches filled with delicious delicacies , a hearty lunch or dinner and cocktails, Titanic Hotel has something for everyone.
Our guests have the option to lounge and grab some afternoon tea, sandwiches or freshly baked steaming scones, or they can dine in Stanley’s cafe and choose from a relaxing hearty dinner, a la carte and cocktails.
A 'Fab Four' star Liverpool hotel. Hard Days Night Hotel is the world’s only Beatles inspired hotel, combining the highest quality facilities in a truly unique environment. Located at the heart of Liverpool's 'Beatles Quarter' offering luxurious accommodation and exclusive event space with a twist. Housed in the magnificent Grade II listed Central Buildings, dating back to 1884, the beautifully restored hotel is steeped in history.
All 110 rooms are individually designed around the contours of the original building and elegantly furnished with specially commissioned Beatles-inspired artwork adorning the walls.
Sitting adjacent to the world famous Cavern Club where the Beatles rose to fame, and an array of the city's famous Beatles landmarks, the hotel not only offers the perfect getaway for visitors, but is much loved by art lovers, music lovers, and food lovers alike. There are places to remember, then there is the Hard Days Night Hotel.
Hard Days Night Hotel, Liverpool offers guests an experience like no other.
All 110 rooms are individually designed around the contours of the original building and elegantly furnished with specially commissioned Beatles-inspired artwork adorning the walls. Each guest room has all the mod cons you would expect, including the latest in media and communication amenities with the added delight of unique Beatles inspired artwork and tailored luxurious toiletries, all set against a stunning backdrop to guarantee a lasting memory. Hard Days Night Hotel also offers accessible rooms available in our Luxury room types.
For a truly unique experience, why not stay in one of the stunning suites, which are inspired by and dedicated to Sir Paul McCartney and John Lennon?
You are welcome to check in any time from 2pm on the day of arrival, with checkout by 11am.
In keeping with the hotel's overall theme, each of our bars and restaurants features original Beatles-inspired artwork and artefacts, creating a truly unique atmosphere and experience.
Blakes, our flagship restaurant named after the godfather of British pop art, Sir Peter Blake who created the iconic sleeve for the Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band album , Blakes boasts wall-to-wall original Beatles artwork including a centrepiece display of 60 images of icons from the album's sleeve.
Bar Four, one of Liverpool's premier cocktail destinations is the perfect combination of chic and stylish luxury. Table service is provided throughout Bar Four by our friendly and experienced cocktail team.
Sit back and relax at The Lounge & Bar located in the heart of the Hard Days Night Hotel. With stunning imagery of The Beatles, The Lounge & Bar is home to the hotel's most impressive and must-see art. An ideal meeting point with free high speed Wi-Fi, it’s the perfect setting to unwind and relax with a light snack or delicious sharing platter, here guests can also enjoy the hotel's famous afternoon tea.
Live Lounge located within The Lounge & Bar, join the city's top acoustic musicians every Friday and Saturday night for some classic performances and a selection of Beatles favourites, playlists include current hits as well as covers of the Fab Four's top hits.
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There are so many locations and places of interest available in Liverpool that it presents the opportunity for a vast array of different programmes - far more than we can easily show on this page.
Itineraries can be developed according to your interests and requirements. We would be delighted to work with you in developing the most suitable tour itinerary that will enable you to make the most out of your time in Liverpool.
As a starting point, we have shown a proposed itinerary below to help you start planning your trip.
Arrival at Liverpool
Check-in to Hotel
Visit to Museum of Liverpool.
During your visit you will have a general tour of the museum with particular focus on Social and Community History. This collection includes objects of local and national importance and reflects the changing history of the city told through the diverse stories and experiences of Liverpool people.
The collection is particularly strong in areas of popular culture and entertainment, working life, labour history, politics and public health.
Return to your hotel - overnight Liverpool.
Your day will begin with a visit inside the neo-gothic Anglican Cathedral with the opportunity to take in the spectacular panoramic views of Liverpool from the top of the tower. On fine days, it is interesting to explore the Victorian cemetery in the Cathedral Grounds which is a testament to the social history of Liverpool and there will be opportunities to take wax crayon rubbings from some of the more interesting grave stones if you wish.
In comparison, Liverpool's Metropolitan Cathedral offers a startling contrast with its circular construction which contains religious iconography in the form of modern works of art. On a sunny day the interior of the cathedral is lit with a glorious kaleidoscope of colours as the sunlight is reflected through the stained glass of the famous funnel.
Our tour of St George's Hall offers in insight into the grand and not-so-grand lives of Victorian Liverpool. St George's Hall is often considered to be one of the finest neo-classical buildings in the world. Designed as a concert hall and function rooms, the building also housed Liverpool's Crown and Civil Courts until 1984.
We will begin our tour visiting the holding cells and the condemned cell were prisoners were held before their appearance in court. We will follow in the steps of some infamous prisoners as we make our way to the Crown Court and experience standing in the dock of this Victorian Courtroom. After exploring the court and judges chambers, we will view the Grand Hall and small concert room which has been described as the "Albert Hall in miniature".
During the afternoon we will take a leisurely tour of the Albert Dock where there will be opportunities for shopping, visiting the Tate Art Gallery (home to the National Collection of Modern Art in the North) and recent displays have included canvases by early modern masters such as Picasso and Braque, Dada and surrealist pieces by Duchamp and Ernst. As you explore the Victorian architecture of the Albert Dock you will also have the opportunity to visit the Maritime Museum and International Slavery Museum.
The aim of the International Slavery Museum is to address ignorance and misunderstanding by looking at the deep and permanent impact of slavery and the slave trade on Africa, South America, the USA, the Caribbean and Western Europe. Thus increasing our understanding of the world around us.
The evening can be spent at leisure. Perhaps you would like to take in a show at Liverpool Empire Theatre or maybe enjoy a leisurely meal at one of Liverpool's many international restaurants.
Return to your hotel - overnight Liverpool.
Spend a leisurely day exploring Liverpool on your own and discover the wealth of museums, shops, bars and restaurants that Liverpool has to offer.
We can also make some recommendations based on your interests and we will provide a mini-programme with directions for you to follow.
There is also the opportunity to fit in some optional tours that might be of interest to you. For example, you might like to visit Anfield, the home of Liverpool Football Club; or Speke Hall, a Tudor half-timbered mansion fully preserved with Priest's hiding holes and a facsinating history.
For the evening, we are able to arrange theatre tickets for Liverpool's famous Empire Theatre or you might like to enjoy a cabaret show or see a band that is playing at one of the many concert venues - we will let you know what's available and who will be playing etc on the dates of your visit.
Conclude your visit to Liverpool with a fun and informative Magical Mystery Beatles Tour of the city.
Step aboard the colourful Magical Mystery Tour bus for a fun and fascinating 2 hour tour of Beatles Liverpool. You’ll see all the places associated with John, Paul, George and Ringo as they grew up, met and formed the band that would take the pop world by storm.
See the Beatles childhood homes, schools and colleges and get up close to places that inspired some of their most memorable songs – Penny Lane and Strawberry Field
There will opportunities for some last minute shopping and enjoying a leisurely walk around some of your favourite places in Liverpool. Maybe in the evening you would like to enjoy a pint in a traditional "pub" or enjoy the great British favourite - Fish and Chips from a local "chippy".
Return to your hotel - overnight Liverpool.
Check-out of hotel
Onward journey to next destination or return journey home.