Liverpool is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and there are so many places to discover for the ultimate photo opportunity. 

From walls covered in amazing artworks to iconic buildings, historical landmarks and cool venues, you won’t be short of backdrops for your Liverpool selfies, photographs or TikTok content!

To help you find all the best spots, we’ve made a list of some places we recommend you check out - how many can you tick off?


No trip to Liverpool is complete without a photo in front of the Liver Bird Wings mural by local artist Paul Curtis. Find the wings in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle on Jamaica Street for an iconic photo to add to your Liverpool photo album. 

There are lots of other street art murals in the city that would make for a great backdrop for your snaps too. Find the Jurgen Klopp mural, a Beatles mural and an Abbey Road mural all in the Baltic Triangle too!


Head on a tour of Liverpool’s most iconic building with Royal Liver Building 360 for some amazing photo opportunities. You’ll be able to take in the stunning views across Liverpool from the 10th and 15th floors, immerse yourself in an audio-visual show inside the clocktower and get up close and personal with one of the famous clock faces. It’s a must-see for the whole family on a trip to the city. 

If you’re not a fan of heights then a selfie from the ground with the iconic building in the background is a must too.


The larger than life statues of the Fab Four are waiting for you to take your picture with them on Liverpool’s famous Waterfront. Find the four lads from Liverpool on Pier Head by the Liver Building where you’ll always see a crowd of people wanting to get the ultimate Beatles shot - and we can see why!


Stop off at Liverpool Central Library in St. Georges Quarter to explore one of the coolest libraries in the country. The Picton Reading room is like something off the set of Harry Potter, the roof terrace will give you stunning views over Liverpool and the Discovery Area will give the kids the chance to explore the world of literature. 


Liverpool Cathedral is Britain's largest Cathedral and the 5th largest in Europe so you know it’s going to be something pretty special inside and out. Head inside to take in the cavernous space and stunning architecture with beautiful features everywhere you look. See if you can spot the piece of light art of artist Tracy Emin for a great photo opportunity too.


St Luke’s Church, or the Bombed Out Church as the locals call it, sits proudly at the top of Bold Street and is a great spot for a photograph, especially if you get to head inside. The Church is known as the Bombed Out Church due to the damage its roof took during…. But the walls now house a space used for everything from cinema nights to beer festivals, art commissions and gigs. 


Liverpool’s own version of the Hollywood sign sits in Liverpool ONE and is the perfect spot for a selfie. The large letters spelling out ‘Liverpool’ are regularly covered in designs by local artists but at the moment it has a bit of a Eurovision twist!


It doesn’t get much better than the most famous club in the world as a backdrop for your group photo. The Cavern Club on Mathew Street welcomed The Beatles to their stage 292 times during their early days and has been a must visit spot ever since. Head down into the basement to enjoy the live music or stand beneath the sign for the ultimate selfie. 


The Royal Albert Dock is the largest collection of Grade II listed buildings in the UK and is one of the top spots to visit in the city for photo opportunities. Walk around the Dock to take in the sights and sounds of the waterfront venue where you’ll find Liverpool Mountain, The Beatles Story, Tate Liverpool and the Maritime Museum. You’re spoilt for choice on backdrops for your photos here. 


Liverpool’s Georgian Quarter is often used as the backdrop for blockbuster movies and popular TV shows so it’s the perfect place to grab a selfie to remember your trip to Liverpool. Take a walk down Hope Street and into the cobbled streets where you’ll find a range of traditional pubs, places to eat and Liverpool’s TWO Cathedrals!


St George’s Hall is an incredible Grade I listed Neoclassical landmark in the city and is a sight to see in the city. Head over to take in the scale of the building and for a few photos for your album. Inside you’ll also find The History Whisperer, an interactive journey which tells the story of the history of the building and Homebaked and local cafe serving up the best homemade pies around! 


A short journey out of the city centre will take you to The Dream in St Helens. The 20 meter high sculpture was designed by world-renowned and award-winning artist, Jaume Plensa and takes the form of a young girl’s head in a dream light state. 


Liverpool’s skyline is known across the world and one of the best places to see it from is across the Mersey River from Wirral. Take the famous Mersey Ferry over to Birkenhead and take in the beautiful view. It’s amazing any time of day but if you catch a sunrise or sun set then you’re in for a treat.


Take the train 15 minutes down the road to Waterloo Station for a day out at Crosby Beach to see Antony Gormley’s famous work, Another Place. The 100 life size cast iron statues of the artist are spread out across the coast line and make for some great selfie spots. 


Another 20 minutes down the road you’ll find the National Trust’s Formby Pine Woods. Free to visit, the beautiful wooded area is the perfect place to explore with the family and has plenty of beautiful backdrops for a family photo. See if you can spot any squirrels here too! 

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Royal Liver Building 360
Two people stand on the roof of the Royal Liver Building

Royal Liver Building 360 Tour and experience is open with social distancing measures, reduced guided tour numbers and additional sanitising facilities in place.

The Beatles Statue
A bronze, larger than life-size statue of The Beatles bathed in a blue hue after sunset. The Three Graces can be seen in the background.

An iconic statue of the Fab Four, in their hometown.

Liverpool Central Library & Record Office
Historic Site
Outside of Liverpool Central Library featuring the tiled floor with the names of famous books on.

Liverpool Record Office, housed within the Central Library, collects, preserves, and makes available archives and printed material relating to all aspects of the history of Liverpool.

The Bombed Out Church
The Bombed Out Church

St Luke’s Church, or the Bombed Out Church, as the locals call it, is a famous Liverpool landmark that looks over the booming Bold Street.

Liverpool Cathedral
Inside the cathedral showing the impressive vaulted ceilings and stained glass windows

Liverpool Anglican Cathedral is Britain's biggest Cathedral and the 5th largest in Europe

'Another Place' by Antony Gormley
A weathered metal statue of a male is in standing in the sand looking out towards the sea. Walking towards the sea

These spectacular sculptures by Antony Gormley are on Crosby beach. Another Place consists of 100 cast-iron, life-size figures spread out along three kilometres of the foreshore, stretching almost one kilometre out to sea.

Cavern Club
Public House/Bar
The exterior and entrance of the Cavern Club. The neon red entry sign reads 'Cavern Club.' There are two women leaving the club sminling.

The legendary cellar that has seen seven incredible decades of music; the Cavern Club remains the beating heart of Liverpool’s iconic music scene.

The Royal Albert Dock
Heritage/Visitor Centre
The Royal Albert Dock Warehouses. The red Colonnades covered in twinkling lights in the dark.

Located on Liverpool’s incredible World Heritage Site waterfront, the Albert Dock structure features the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the whole country.

The Quarter
Inside the Quarter with people sitting at tables underneath low lighting.

A buzzy, vibrant restaurant & café set amongst the cobbled streets of Liverpool’s Georgian Quarter.