A mother and daughter look at period wear inside the Walker Art Gallery


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Everyone in Liverpool is looking forward to welcoming you back here. Our hotels, restaurants, bars, museums, galleries, parks, beaches and everywhere in between are ready and waiting. It’s time to start planning adventures again.

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Liverpool Highlights

  1. Bold Street in summer 2020

    From 12 April 2021, lockdown restrictions will be changed in England to allow for hospitality venues to open their outdoor seating areas. To help you decide where to head in Liverpool for an al fresco drink or meal, we have made a list of venues in the city that have outdoor seating areas, beers gardens and rooftops perfect for enjoying a drink in the sun. 

    6 Apr 2021
  2. Liverpool Biennial 2021 artwork on a blue background
    Liverpool Biennial 2021 have launched the first chapter of The Stomach and the Port on with a series of outdoor sculptures, sonic and digital commissions alongside the new Biennial Online Portal.
    1. 14 Jul 201828 Oct 2018
    2. 20 Mar 20216 Jun 2021
  3. Liverpool Biennial installation on Liverpool's Pier Head

    As of 29 March lockdown restrictions across England change to allow for people to meet up in groups of six or two households outside. This means that if you’re local to Liverpool, you’ll be able to explore a bit more of the outdoors in our wonderful city region. 

    29 Mar 2021
  4. Southport Pier with an orange sunset
    Looking to explore further than Liverpool City Centre? Outdoor spaces, get to know the neighbourhoods and go beyond the boundaries.
  5. Sefton Park Bandstand in the Summer

    Heading out into the fresh air is important now more than ever and there are so many beautiful places in the Liverpool City Region to explore whilst following social distancing restrictions. So wrap up warm and have a look at a few of these out doors spaces.

    8 Mar 2021

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