The ultimate Liverpool bucket list is here. How many can you tick off on your trip to Liverpool?


When you're in a city that boasts so much to see and do, it's handy to narrow it down (just a little). 
 

So, we’ve decided to celebrate the abundance of amazing things that our city has with 100 unashamed bucket list items that will help you fall in LOVE with Liverpool and its surrounding areas.

From world-class art to karaoke, it's all here. It's broken down into separate sections, read it through from 1 to 101 or click on each title to be taken straight to that section of the list.

We would always recommend visiting each venue website before your visit to check opening times and booking systems. 

Iconic Liverpool

1. Take the Ferry across the Mersey 

The best way to see the iconic Liverpool skyline. Admire the beautiful buildings, sing the famous song and make a trip over the water to the Wirral. Board the ferry from the Gerry Marsden terminal on Liverpool Pier Head and set sail on an adventure. 

Book now.
 

2. Visit Beatles Liverpool

Head to the most famous club in the world, the Cavern Club to begin. Visit the Beatles Museum, The Beatles Story and not forgetting the iconic Strawberry Field Gates and visitor centre. Reach them all on the Magical Mystery Tour. If you love the Beatles then we have you covered.

Find out more.
 

3. Wander the Royal Albert Dock

The Royal Albert Dock which plays a key role in Liverpool maritime history has been beautifully restored over the years and is now home to an abundance of restaurants, bars, independent stores and even museums and galleries. No trip to Liverpool is complete without a wander around the Dock. 

Find out more.
 

4. Get a selfie with the Fab Four 

The larger-than-life statue of the Beatles on the Pier Head makes the perfect spot for a selfie on your visit to Liverpool. Find it between the Royal Liver Building and the Cunard Building for the ultimate Liverpool photo. 

Find out more.
 

5. Eat, drink and shop Liverpool ONE

Opened in 2008 Liverpool ONE has more than 170 stores to explore right in the heart of the city. As well as high street favourites there’s a cinema, Junkyard Golf Club, Chavasse Park, restaurants and bars to enjoy. 

Find out more.
 

6. Head to the roof at Goodness Gracious

Take in the stunning views of Liverpool’s Three Graces and surrounding waterfront building from a beautiful rooftop garden called Goodness Gracious - it’s perfect for cocktails and a classic Liverpool backdrop. 

Visit their website.


7.Watch a gig at M&S Bank Arena

The arena that just hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 is a unique venue on Liverpool Waterfront and welcomes everything from international touring bands to sporting events, theatre shows and everything in between. 

Make a day and night of it by enjoying a meal or some drinks nearby in the Ropewalks area of Liverpool or at the Royal Albert Dock. 

See what's on at the arena. 
 

8. Take a walk along the Pier Head and see the Three Graces

Head to the Waterfront, specifically the Pier Head to take in the beautiful architecture of the Three Graces - The Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building and Port of Liverpool. 

Find out more.
 

People wathing a football match at Anfield

A sporting region 

9. Tour Anfield 

Visit the home of Liverpool FC, Anfield Stadium. See the dressing rooms, press room, players’ tunnel, the ‘this is Anfield’ sign, the stunning pitch and breathtaking views of the city from the heights of the main stand. 

For the thrill seekers, you can now take on the Anfield Abseil and scale 100ft down the side of the Main Stand to add something a little extra to your trip. 

Book now.
 

10. Tour Goodison

Visit the Grand Old Lady, the home of Everton Football Club since 1892, before the Blues move to their new home, Bramley
Moore Dock. See the players’ changing rooms, take in the view from the Directors’ Box, walk the players’ tunnel and take in the views of the pitch. 

Book now.
 

11. Go to Aintree Races

Aintree has hosted the most famous horse race in the world, the Grand National since 1839. Be part of the excitement, get dressed up, take the Merseyrail, enjoy the post-race party and live music and pick up a pair of the classic Merseyrail flip-flops on the way home when your feet are sore!

Visit their website.
 

12. Cycle through the tunnel on the Liverpool Chester Liverpool bike ride 

The Liverpool Chester Liverpool Bike ride takes place every year and is a non-competitive ride offering routes from 5 miles to 100 miles! 
 

13. Visit the Everton Toffee house

The famous Everton Toffee house that adorns the Everton FC shirts is not a mythical building but is very much real and sits on Everton Brow. Head to Everton Park and Brow, admire the wildflowers, the view below and pay homage to the little brick house.

 

A huge warehouse with neon lights and a huge crowd of people enjoying a gig

A UNESCO City of Music 

14. Hear the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

Visit the Art Deco Liverpool Philharmonic Hall located on Hope Street in the Georgian Quarter and enjoy a performance from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra which was founded in 1840. 

Find out more. ​

15. Catch a gig on the Pier Head 

Liverpool is known for putting on world-class events, in world-class locations. From the Eurovision Village in 2023 to Jamie Webster and Camelphat gigs as part of the On The Waterfront Festival. See the biggest names in music play on the backdrop of the Mersey and Three Graces.
 

16. Shit Indie Disco

The iconic night based on shit indie disco tunes is a great, nostalgic night for those who love classic Arctic Monkeys, The Kooks and Oasis. 
 

17. Party at Invisible Wind Factory 

The North Docks is home to the Invisible Wind Factory, brought to you by Liverpool-based arts organisation, the Kazimier. A former wind turbine factory, now truly multi-purpose from a rollerdrome to gig venue - it’s one to visit for music fans. 
 

18. Go to a gig at Blackstone Street Warehouse 

See a gig at Blackstone Street Warehouse. Also located in the Ten Streets (North Docks) area of Liverpool, Liverpool-based Cream and Circus regularly host some of the biggest names in electronic music at the warehouse venue.
 

19. Get on the mic at dive bar karaoke at Motel

Everyone loves a bit of karaoke, but not everyone has tried Motel’s Dive Bar Karaoke. Singing inside the dim, neon-lit bar with their resident band - this karaoke hits differently. Feel like a real-life rockstar, with everyone in the bar dancing and joining in. Just don’t forget the words because there are no screens. Real rockstars don’t need lyrics!!
 

20. Delve into the history of British Music at British Music Experience

The British Music Experience inside the Cunard Building is where visitors can explore the history of British Music. Explore memorabilia, clothing, instruments and even hand-written lyrics from some of the biggest artists to come from the UK. 

Book now.
 

21. Join musicians on a Liverpool Icons music tour

The Liverpool Icons Tour was created in 2022 as a brand new experience for visitors to be immersed in the music from the 1980s/90s. Led by either Peter Hooton (The Farm), Keith Mullin (The Farm) or Brian Nash (Frankie Goes to Hollywood.) get a first-hand account of the city’s famous music scene from some Liverpool legends. Make sure you book in advance to not miss out. 

Book now.

 

An image from above of steak and chips, an avocado salad and various other small plates

Taste Liverpool 

22. Visit Paul Askew’s The Art School 

In the Georgian Quarter is The Art School, Paul Askew’s fine dining restaurant. Choose from the Tasting Menu, Prix Fixe or Excellence menu. Food is sourced from local suppliers in Liverpool City Region and North Wales. If you’re looking for some wonderful wine and charcuterie then try the Art School Cellars, located underneath the main restaurant.

Book now.

23. Head for Bottomless Brunch

We know all the best stories begin with a bottomless brunch. Liverpool has loads of options to explore from starting your day with a breakfast pie and prosecco to unlimited pizza and cocktails. And to help you out… there’s a blog for that.
 

24. Visit Baltic Market

The Jewel in the Baltic Crown, the place that kick started the regeneration of Cains Brewery Village. Baltic Market has an abundance of local, independent street food vendors that change on a regular basis. There’s also cocktails, live music and lots of disco balls and string lights. 

Find out more.

25. Make your own gin at Liverpool Gin 

Visit the Liverpool Gin Distillery on Castle Street and try your hand at one of their gin making workshops. Sample the different flavours and pairings and create your own in the process!

Find out more.

26. Try Duke Street Market 

Duke Street Market has six kitchens, all cooking up some of the finest food from Liverpool independents, and they’re all different cuisines. There’s an on-site bar and restaurant on the mezzanine upstairs called Barnacle. 

Find out more.
 

27. Visit a Farmers Market 

The Farmers Markets take place on Lark Lane and off Allerton Road on varying Saturdays throughout the month. There’s loads of stalls selling things from handmade jewellery to Mediterranean food and fresh meat. 

Find out times and dates.
 

28. Try a Homebaked pie

Homebaked community bakery was established in 2012 by a group of residents in Anfield. The site Homebaked, had been a bakery for over 100 years and closed in 2010. In 2013, The Liverpool Biennial used the location for an artistic commission and supported the re-opening of the bakery in October 2013. Visit the Anfield bakery before a match day for a Scouse Pie.

Visit their website.

29. Pick Strawberries at Claremont farm

Head to Claremont Farm in Bebington for some delicious fresh produce either to take home from their Farm Shop or enjoy in the cafe. If you’re lucky, you can also pick your own strawberries!

Visit their website.

30. Try a bowl of Scouse

The local delicacy, Scouse is a comfort meal enjoyed in many scouse households today. But whilst you're here you must try the humble stew made famous many years ago. To help you find the best places to sample, we have a blog for that too.

31. Enjoy a Sunday Roast 

What better way to reset for the week ahead than with a Sunday Roast. It’s a tradition here. If you’re looking for the best places to go, take a look at our blog.

32. Have a beer, on tour

Tour Liverpool’s craft beer scene and microbreweries on a guided tasting tour. Choose from the Rambling Beer Co and Brewery Bus Tours to sample some of the best brews from the region. 

33. Have some food, on tour

A walking tour for foodies! Take a guided walking tour and taste food and drink from a selection of some of Liverpool’s tasty cuisines. 

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34. Head to Southport Market

Head to sunny Southport and step inside their original market hall that has been transformed into a bustling social eating venue. There’s live entertainment every Thursday AND it’s free to watch!

Find out more.
 

Swans next to a lake in Crosby

The wonderful outdoors 

35. Watch a sunset on the beach

There are few more satisfying and fulfilling sights than seeing candy floss clouds and a bright orange ball of fire slowly disappearing behind the sea. Luckily in Liverpool, being a city on the water there are many places to catch an uninterrupted view of the day turning into night. Join Antony Gormley’s Iron Men on Crosby Beach, head to the top of Everton Brow or head to Southport to see the sky turn orange from the Pier. 
 

36. Visit Sefton Park and Sefton Park Palm House 

Sefton Park is a 235-acre park located in South Liverpool, just outside Toxteth. The Grade II listed park is known for its boating lake, Victorian band stands, fairy glen and the beautiful Palm House. 
 

37. Walk or cycle along the promenade

Past the M&S Bank Arena and along the waterfront is the Otterspool Promenade. Cycle along and go further afield towards Sefton Park and Lark Lane or stick to the prom there and back!
 

38. Take a cycle tour 

Hop on an electric bike and see all the sights of Liverpool on two wheels. It’s eco-friendly, fun and lets you squeeze more in than a walking tour. Try Liverpool Cycle Tours for various tours across the city.
 

39. Head to the Dream St Helens

Featured in the Netflix series ‘Stay Close’, the Dream at St Helens is a 20-metre-high sculpture located on the former site of Sutton Manor Colliery in St Helens, designed by world-renowned and award-winning artist, Jaume Plensa. 

Find out more.
 

40. Make friends with 100 cast-iron statues at Another Place

Sir Antony Gormley’s Another Place features 100 cast-iron statues on Crosby Beach that stretch a mile out to sea. Walk along the sand and dunes and look out for the cruise and container ships passing. 

Find out more.
 

41. Walk along Southport Pier

Head on the Merseyrail to Southport and walk along the the second longest pier in Britain, Southport Pier was first opened in 1860 with an original length of 3,600 ft. It’s a great place to watch the sunset too!

Find out more.
 

42. Enjoy a day out at New Brighton Beach

Get the Merseyrail to New Brighton in Wirral and have a day on the beach! Head to Fort Perch Rock and Lighthouse and make some sand castles.

Find out more.
 

43. Cycle the TransPennine Trail

The Transpennine Trail is a mostly off-road trail that’s built using canals, riversides, disused railway lines, minor roads and urban cycle paths – over 60% of the Trail’s cycle route is traffic-free.

Visit their website.

44. Find the squirrels at Formby Pinewoods 

Head to the Formby pinewoods and dunes and explore the coastal wooded area, find the prehistoric footprints, shipwreck and maybe even the red squirrels!

Find out more.

45. Take a walk to Hilbre Islands

In Wirral the Hilbre Islands are three tidal islands called Little Eye, Middle Eye and Hilbre. They’re local nature reserves and you can see various uncommon species of birds visiting during the twice-yearly migration. Planning is essential as the islands can be cut off from the mainland. 

Find out more. 

46. Go wild at Knowsley Safari

See over 750 fascinating animals on a 5-mile self-driven safari, on-board the baboon bus or take a walk on the wild side and join the foot safari. 

Book now.

 

A cross section of Water Street with the Liver building in the background


The history of Liverpool

47. Start at Museum of Liverpool

Travel from the Stone Age to present day at the Museum of Liverpool. Learn all about the history of the region from its days as a world-leading port, the dockers strikes, the Merseybeat, Liverpool’s role on the silver screen and loads more. Free to enter and great for children too. 

Find out more.

48. Get spooked with Shiverpool

Visit the spooky parts of town with this theatrical walking tour of Liverpool. Hear the famous ghost stories of Liverpool and visit the key city sights. 

Book now.

49. Pay a visit to Maritime Museum

Delve in Liverpool’s seafaring past at the Maritime Museum on the Royal Albert Dock. It’s free to enter and great for the family! 

Find out more.

50. Learn about the Beatles at The Beatles Story

The largest exhibition of its kind, dedicated to the story of the Fab Four. Travel through the story of Beatlemania from beginning to end with an audio guided tour. The tour is available in multiple languages. 

Book now.

51. Go for a walk..

The best way to really appreciate the beauty of Liverpool is to look up and take a walk around. We have a wonderful selection of blue badge guides who are passionate and knowledgeable about Liverpool who will tailor a walking tour for your interests.

52. Head to the top deck

Catch a city bus from the Pier Head and visit all the key sights of Liverpool with a hop on, hop off bus! 

53. Visit the Georgian Quarter.. And maybe pop into a pub

The Georgian Quarter is one of the prettiest parts of the city. Admire Hope Street, the Philharmonic Dining Rooms, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and the beautiful decorated doorways of the Georgian townhouses. Whilst you’re there check out some of our favourite pubs, The Grapes, The Belvedere, Fly in the Loaf and Peter Kavanagh’s. 

Find out more about the Georgian Quarter.

54. Take a snap of the Chinatown arch

Liverpool is home to the oldest Chinese community in Europe. At the entrance to Chinatown there’s a huge, 44 ft tall traditional arch that was gifted to the city by Shanghai in 2000.

Find out more.

55. Take a walk around Port Sunlight Village

In Wirral you’ll find the model village, originally built for the workers of the nearby Lever Brothers Factory. The village is the perfect choice for a day out with 130 acres of beautiful parkland and gardens, a museum and gallery and guided tours to enjoy.

Find out more.

56. Visit the Slavery Museum

An important part of Liverpool’s history is the role in the Transatlantic Slave Trade. The International Slavery Museum on The Royal Albert Dock is the best place to learn about the history of slavery. 

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57. See it all from the Liverpool Wheel

See the beautiful and historic architecture of Liverpool from the sky, on the Liverpool Wheel. The wheel is right by M&S Bank Arena so gives a fantastic view across the Pier Head and across to the city.

Find out more.

 

An exterior shot of a cafe with an old Victorian Style shop front painted red

Finding hidden gems

58. Head up the St Johns Beacon 360° Panoramic Viewing Gallery

Not so much a hidden gem but more an obvious beacon in the sky... But did you know that you can travel to the top of the home of Liverpool radio station, for the best panoramic views of the city and beyond take a trip 400ft into the sky.

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59. Find the perfect memento at The Nest 

A curated store and gallery on the Royal Albert Dock, a visit to the Nest is a must to pick-up a memento of Liverpool from some of the region's finest designers and makers. 

Find out more.

60. Find your favourite hidden gem on Bold Street

We’ve all heard of Bold Street, it's the world in one street and one of the city's most popular places to eat, drink and shop. But with so many unique stores, restaurants, cafes and bars there’s something that everyone will love. Find your favourite.

61. Find a unique treat at The Chocolate Cellar 

Looking for something unique to take home as a souvenir or pick up a treat for yourself? The Chocolate Cellar is the place to go. The independent store is home to a range of chocolate treats, all made by hand too! 

Find out more.

62. Little stores and restaurants on Lark Lane

Outside the city centre is Lark Lane, lined with pretty buildings. pink, blue and floral shop fronts. Find a coffee shop, pop into the independent stores, enjoy a meal or even a cocktail. It’s all happening on the Lane. 

63. Relax at the Palm House

Located in Sefton Park, the Palm House is a calming oasis. Enjoy tea and cake inside the glass house surrounded by exotic plants - including Palm trees - or outside where you can take in the views of the wild flowers and parkland. 

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64. Head to Liverpool Central Library

Liverpool Central Library has two places you must visit whilst you’re in Liverpool, located on William Brown Street. First is the Picton Reading Room, which originally opened in 1906 and has a breath-taking domed ceiling. The second place you need to visit is the roof, with gorgeous views across towards St George’s Hall and the city centre. 

Find out more.

65. Watch a movie at the FACT Cinema 

FACT is all about art, creative media and film and regularly hosts exhibitions from leading artists. There’s a cafe and bar and 4 cinema screens. The hidden gem is ‘the box’, a cosy room with couches makes a relaxing environment to watch new movies as well as art-house films. 

Find out more.

A huge crowd of people inside a warehouse with lots of green lasers

A night on the town in Liverpool

66. Join the bingo revolution at Bongos Bingo 

Jonny Bongos, Bongos Bingo has taken the world by storm since it started here in Liverpool. It’s crazy, fun-filled and like no other experience. In Cains Brewery Village, Content is a purpose built venue just for Bongos Bingo. If you can experience Bongos in its birth city, we highly recommend it. 

Visit their website.

67. Enjoy a night out on Seel Street

Liverpool certainly knows how to party. If you’re looking for a night on the town, then you won’t be struggling to find somewhere that gets you dancing on Seel Street. Heebie Jeebies, NQ64, Salt Dog Slims, High Ball Club and Kazimier Garden are just a few recommendations. 
 

68. Put a pound in the jukey in the Swan

Tucked down Wood Street is Liverpool’s number 1 rock and metal bar, the Swan. Don’t forget your pound for the traditional jukebox. 
 

69. Dance to your favourite classics in LA’GO

Cheap drinks and cheesy tunes are what make LA’GO on Seel Street so great. It may seem quiet and unassuming in the daytime but come evening, the bar is alive and every inch of the wooden floor is a dance floor. 
 

70. Head on the ultimate scouse date to Golf Fang 

There are few things more Scouse than going on a date to Golf Fang followed by a scran in the Baltic Market. Golf Fang (formerly Ghetto Golf) is an 18-hole crazy golf course, each hole a well thought out art piece. Some are pretty x-rated so it’s an 18 plus venue. 
 

71. Petal shower at Alma De Cuba

On Seel Street is the Latin-influenced Alma De Cuba. The 18th century church comes alive at night, especially on their Voodoo Saturdays where DJs fill the dance floor and the Samba girls don their extravagant outfits. You might even end up on stage yourself!
 

72. See a gig at The Dome Grand Central

The Dome is a Grade II listed space with an impressive, ornate dome. It regularly hosts live music events from Todd Terje to Meatloaf by candlelight. 

A young girl has a colourful, feathered headdress on and she smiles right at the camera as she touches an artwork

Experience a Liverpool event

73. Party at Camp and Furnace

The warehouse where the Baltic Triangle’s resurgence began regularly hosting fun-filled and ridiculous nights of entertainment. Whether it's Beyonce vs Rihanna, Dirty Dancing Quiz night, or a noughties party.
 

74. Step inside St George’s Hall

St George’s Hall is one of the finest neo-classical buildings and you can’t miss it. The inside of the hall is even more breathtaking than the outside. Enjoy a candlelit concert in the smaller, ornate concert room or experience the Great Hall at a festive film screening. 

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75. Experience Africa Oye

The UK’s biggest celebration of African culture, music, food and drink is right here in Liverpool in Sefton Park. It's free to enter and happens every year over a weekend in June. 

Find out more.

76. Be part of Arab Arts Festival 

Liverpool Arab Arts Festival takes place every July and provides a platform for the best UK and international Arab artists. The event includes workshops, performances, comedy and art. 

Find out more.

77. Go to a FunnyBoyz Cabaret

FunnyBoyz is a unique concept in Drag Cabaret. The most hilarious drag events include bottomless brunch, benidorm bingo, Saturday night cabaret and loads more. 

Book now.

78. See the finest in aviation at Southport Air Show

The Southport Air Show takes to the skies every year for breathtaking aviation displays on Southport Beach. See the red arrows , try a flight simulator, climbing wall or just bring a picnic and enjoy an afternoon of flying. 

Find out more.

People in a museum learning about bikes

Learn in Liverpool

79. Imagine That! Science Discovery 

A great one for the kids. Imagine That! Is made up of four zones of science discovery: Imagination Village, Artbeatz Art Zone, Bright Sparks Science Zone and the Slime Factory. 

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80. Book on a Mersey Tunnel Tour

An engineering feat, get behind the scenes on a tour of the famous Queensway Mersey Tunnel that opened in 1934 to link Liverpool and Wirral via the River Mersey. 

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81. Visit Western Approaches

A secret underground WWII bunker in Liverpool that played a pivotal role in the Battle of the Atlantic. Explore the bunker and where the commanders worked every day and night in the map room. Guided tours are also available. 

Book now.

82. Get the train to World of Glass

Learn all about the art of glass blowing in St Helens and explore a glass collection with items from ancient Egypt right up to present day. 

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83. Step inside Liverpool's oldest building

At 300 years old, the Bluecoat has seen and been through a lot, but she’s still looking good! There’s a year round programme of visual art, literature, dance and family activities to enjoy. 
 

84. Explore the World Museum

Visit the aquarium, blast off to the planetarium and get lost inside Ancient Egypt. These are just a few things you can do at the free to enter World Museum. 

Find out more.

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Immersed in culture 

85. Catch classic scouse comedy at Royal Court.

The Royal Court is the home of clever, witty, Scouse comedy. Previous favourites include Council Depot Blues and A Thong for Europe. You can also enjoy a pre show meal in the theatre or in the restaurant next door.  

Book a show now.

86. Experience the Biennial 

Every other year the Biennial puts art in Liverpool venues, spaces and streets. The leading contemporary art festival has been behind various iconic installations over the years. Biennial is happening in 2023 and will return in 2025. 

Find out more.

87. Visit Tate Liverpool

Tate Liverpool at Royal Albert Dock, the home of modern art in the North. Regularly hosting world-leading exhibitions from Turner Prize in 2022, Keith Haring, Tracey Emin and their own Tate collection. 

Find out more.

88. See the collections at Lady Lever Art Gallery

In the model village of Port Sunlight is one of the finest galleries in Europe. The Lady Lever Gallery was founded by William Hesketh Lever (1851 - 1925) and is dedicated to his wife Elizabeth, Lady Lever. The collections have been personally selected by Lever to share with the public.

Find out more.

89. See the Tracey Emin at Liverpool Cathedral

At one end of Hope Street you’ll find Liverpool Cathedral. Inside the stunning, colossal building you’ll find not only beautiful stained glass windows but a pretty pink piece from Tracey Emin too. 

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90. Visit the Metropolitan Cathedral and Lutyens Crypt

At the other end of Hope Street is the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Lutyens Crypt. A striking contrast in architecture to the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral.

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91. See a recreation of Shakespeare Globe

In Prescot, Shakespeare North is an authentic recreation of the Shakespeare Globe Theatre. The space has a 60 seater studio theatre, learning centre, event spaces and cafe/bar. 

Find out more.
 

92. Watch a West End show at Liverpool Empire

Liverpool Empire Theatre is an impressive two-tier auditorium with beautiful interior detailing. The theatre plays host to leading West-End shows alongside shows from the best local, national and international talent. 

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93. See a show at Everyman and Playhouse Theatres

Everyman and Playhouse theatres are known for their forward-thinking theatre and play host to everything from touring productions to original theatre, comedy shows and book launches. 

Large rocks piled on top of eachother outside the Tate Museum warehouse

Art on the streets

94. Get a selfie with SuperLambanana

Get a selfie with the SuperLambanana - the giant art piece by Japanese artist Taro Chiezo aims to represent both a sense of humour alongside the serious issue of genetic engineering. 

Find out more.
 

95. See the football street art with Murwalls 

Take a tour of the many Liverpool football murals across the city in a 3 hour tour with MurWalls. 

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96. Take a selfie next to ‘for all Liverpool’s Liver Birds’

Paul Curtis’ famous Liver Bird wings can be found in the Baltic Triangle and are a must for any Liverpool visitor wanting to capture that perfect shot on their trip to Liverpool.

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97. Liverpool Mountain

The fluorescent coloured boulders that make up Liverpool Mountain by Ugo Rondanone make for a pretty sight alongside the traditional Royal Albert Dock warehouses.

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98. Walk the River of Light Trail

Every year the River of Light takes over Liverpool Waterfront and fills it with interactive light and sound artworks from local, national and international artists. The trail lasts for 10 days and coincides with Bonfire Night.

Visit the River of Light website.

99. Seek out street art

Seek out other pieces of street art across the region. Take a look along New Brighton and The Baltic Triangle to see some impressive pieces. In Liverpool City Centre there’s Pool of Life, a piece by artist Smug and Sound of Freedom by Neil Keating.

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Stay longer

100. Stay over

With over 99 things included on this bucket list (and that’s not even everything) you’re going to need quite a bit of time to tick off as many as you can. Take a look at our accommodation offer and stay over! 

101.See the regions

Liverpool City Region is made up of various boroughs, all with their own unique offering. Don’t forget to explore it all.

There you have it, the Liverpool Bucket List! Don't get me wrong there's even more than this happening across Liverpool City Region, this is just 101 things to do to keep you busy. You won't be able to tick them all off from just one visit, so make sure you come back to complete it. Don't forget to tag us in your TikToks, Insta posts/stories, Tweets, Threads and everywhere else and use #VisitLiverpool.

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