VisitLiverpool Blog

Want inside info on Liverpool's best places to eat, sleep, shop, drink and just generally have a good time? đź‘€ Of course you do. 

Our VisitLiverpool blog is written by our very own in-house Liverpool experts who spend almost every day in the city. Whether they're out looking for the hottest new opening or just enjoying some downtime in the city, their knowledge of Liverpool is second to none. 

  • Tin Star Liverpool with the three main cast members on a street in Liverpool.

    Tin Star: Liverpool Locations

    Liverpool is no stranger to being the star of major motion pictures and television shows and this December we’re taking centre stage in the Sky original drama, Tin Star: Liverpool. We’ve picked out some of the most recognisable locations in the Liverpool City Region used for filming the six episode season for you to look out for.

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  • COVID-19 Testing Incentive Scheme Offers

    COVID-19 Testing Incentive Scheme Offers

    Local businesses are offering residents special offers for taking part in the COVID-19 SMART Testing Scheme taking place across Liverpool. Find out which offers are available here!

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  • The Christmas Tree on Church Street.

    Liverpool Christmas Walk

    Christmas in Liverpool might be a little different this year but it’s certainly not cancelled. The lights are on, the Christmas trees are up and the city is still full of festive cheer. If you’re looking for a way to explore Liverpool with your household or support bubble then follow our Christmas Walk to see it all!

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  • Liverpool ONE Christmas Tree

    25 Days of Christmas in Liverpool

    This year, Christmas isn’t cancelled… it’s just different and there are still plenty of things you can get up to in Liverpool this festive season whilst following social distancing rules. From pantos to craft fairs, Christmas shopping and bottomless brunch there’s still lots to do.

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  • Christmas Food and Drink from Maray and Pins.

    Christmas Food and Drink in Liverpool

    In the few weeks running up to Christmas, restaurants, bars and coffee shops have adapted their venues to make sure they are safe for us to visit to celebrate the festive period with our household or support bubble. From bottomless brunch, to festive drinks, roast dinners and Christmas treats, Liverpool has it all. 

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  • Blackler's Giant Santa

    Blackler's Giant Santa

    Remember the famous giant Father Christmas from Blackler’s Department Store in Liverpool? Well now he's back! To find out what happened to Santa after he left Blackler’s and how he underwent his transformation we spoke to Kay Jones, Lead Curator of Community History at the Museum of Liverpool for all of the magical secrets. 

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  • Christmas Gift Guide featuring a card from Strawberry Field and a Klopp pin.

    Liverpool Christmas Gift Guide

    Christmas shopping might be a little different this year. With the UK being in national lockdown until 2nd December and shops and restaurants being closed until then we will have to adapt how we tick off our Christmas shopping list. 

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  • Explore Liverpool Virtually at home

    Explore Liverpool Virtually

    Even though the UK is in a national lockdown there are still plenty of things you can do online to explore lots of wonderful things Liverpool has to offer. 

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  • Sefton Park and Merseyside Maritime Museum

    Explore Liverpool Safely this Half Term

    This October half-term is going to be a little different than usual but there are still plenty of ways to safely entertain the kids in Liverpool. From museums to parks, zoos and tours show the kids how to fall in love with Liverpool. 

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  • Tours of Liverpool

    Tours of Liverpool

    There is no better way to see all the sights of Liverpool than on a tour. We have everything from tunnel tours to Beatles tours, architecture tours and football stadium tours so whatever you’re into, we’ve got it. 

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  • Culture is open blog preview featuring exhibitions at The Walker Art Gallery and FACT.

    Liverpool’s Culture is Open

    Liverpool’s leading arts organisations have come together to call on audiences to continue to visit and enjoy the outstanding cultural offer in the city. The city’s arts venues remain open thanks to enhanced social distancing and safety measures.

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  • Autumn in Liverpool with a roast and pumpkins

    Things to do in Liverpool in Autumn

    Autumn in Liverpool is always beautiful! It might be a bit different this year but there are still plenty of ways to safely enjoy everything we love about the change of seasons so grab your coat and wooly hat and fall in Love with Liverpool this Autumn

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  • Bakeries in Liverpool featuring bagels and pastries

    The Great Liverpool Bake Off

    If the Great British Bake Off has inspired you to start baking but you don’t know your génoise from your profiterole then we have you covered. We have bakeries specialising in all the baked goods you could ask for so you never have to worry about the dreaded soggy bottom ever again.

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  • Coffee shop blog preview featuring a mug from bagelry and bold street coffee

    Liverpool Coffee Shops

    We all love a good cup of coffee in the morning with breakfast, at lunch with a friend, afternoon coffee and cake or even a good old cup of tea or a creamy hot chocolate - a warm drink is perfect any time of day!

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  • John Lennon from the Double Fantasy Exhibition at Museum of Liverpool

    John Lennon 80 by Spencer Leigh & Kevin McManus

    To celebrate John Lennon's 80th birthday, Liverpool born radio presenter and author, Spencer Leigh and former NME journalist and Head of UNESCO city of Music for Liverpool, Kevin McManus have each wrote a blog dedicated to Lennon. 

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  • The White room at The Beatles Story featuring a photo of John Lennon and his glasses.

    John Lennon 80

    Attractions and venues across Liverpool came together to celebrate what would have been the 80th birthday of John Lennon. We have rounded up everything that happened for you to how venues across Liverpool celebrated. 

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  • World tourism Day featuring the Royal Albert Dock and The beatles statue

    World Tourism Day 2020

    Whilst tourism might have changed a lot this year we thought we would celebrate World Tourism Day by looking at what makes Liverpool one of the best places in the world to visit. It’s the perfect opportunity to see what we’re all about so you can start planning your UK staycation or a future trip from overseas.  

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  • Sunset from Liverpool pier head and new brighton preview image

    Sunsets in Liverpool

    A Liverpool sunset. A ripple of pink and orange across the sky. It is one of the few things that can stop everyone in the city in their tracks. We all like to watch the sunset but here in Liverpool they’re extra special and we’ve got the pictures to prove it. 

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  • Afternoon Tea in Liverpool

    The Best Places for Afternoon Tea in Liverpool

    Afternoon Tea is the perfect way to celebrate all sorts of occasions with your family and friends and there are lots of places to head in Liverpool for that special treat. From the traditional to the elaborate and even punk versions, there’s something for everyone. 

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  • sunday roasts in Liverpool

    The 10 best places in Liverpool for a Sunday Roast

    There is no better way to end the week than with a Sunday Roast in Liverpool. If you're looking for a place to book have a look at some of our reccomendations to see if any of them take your fancy. Is it Sunday yet? 

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  • Support Liverpool's Music venues with a selection of images of music venues.

    Support Liverpool’s Music Venues

    Over the last couple of months, music venues across the city have had to close their doors to live events and performances but they have been working hard to adapt their venues for you to safely visit and support the local music scene.  

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  • Eat Out To Help Out September Offers

    Eat Out To Help Out in September

    The Government's official Eat Out To Help Out scheme ended on August 31st but there are some restaurants in Liverpool still offering their own discounts in September too!

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