Liverpool Waterfront

Liverpool Waterfront is a staple on your places to visit list in Liverpool. It has beauty, it has history, culture, art, music food & drink in a breathtaking and iconic setting.  

Diverse in its appeal the waterfront offers everything from a sing-along in The Beatles Story to a perhaps windy, but picturesque riverside stroll.

Where else could you marvel at truly magnificent mercantile architecture like the famous Liver Building; enjoy world-class contemporary art at Tate Liverpool; visit one of the UK’s leading photography spaces, Open Eye Gallery; explore the Merseyside Maritime Museum, visit the International Slavery Museum (the only of its kind to look at aspects of historical and contemporary slavery) and become interactive at the recently opened Museum of Liverpool - all within a stone's throw of one another.

But this would not be a waterfront without the River Mersey, the network of historic docks and the canal link which allows evocative narrow boats to moor right in the heart of Liverpool. Relaxing, of course, but our water is also a place to have fun!

Why not hop aboard a Mersey Ferry for stunning views, fascinating history and unlimited sea air? Or explore the waterfront by bike, taking in the sights and sounds of this world class skyline.

A fantastic array of lively bars, cafes, restaurants and premier hotels offers everything from a quick espresso to a romantic dinner or indeed a huge pizza for all the family to share.

Whether you are planning to visit this impressive UNESCO World Heritage Site for the day or are looking for a family weekend packed full of fun and adventure Liverpool Waterfront won't disappoint.

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  1. Add Museum of Liverpool to your Itinerary

    Museum of Liverpool


    The Museum of Liverpool is the world’s first national museum devoted to the history of a regional city and the largest newly-built national museum in Britain for more than a century.

  2. Add The ‘Peace & Harmony’ Monument to your Itinerary

    The ‘Peace & Harmony’ Monument


    ‘Peace & Harmony’ gives visitors to the city the opportunity to celebrate the life and spirit of Lennon and his message of peace.

  3. Add Tate Liverpool Shop to your Itinerary

    Tate Liverpool Shop


    Offering a cool and creative range of gifts for children, art materials and jewellery as well as an extensive selection of British and Modern art books and Liverpool gifts.

  4. Add The Beatles Story Pier Head to your Itinerary

    The Beatles Story Pier Head


    Located in the Mersey Ferries terminal is the Beatles Story Pier Head, home to our special exhibitions (currently 'The British Invasion'), state of the art 4D cinema and Hidden Gallery.

  5. Add Tate Café to your Itinerary

    Tate Café


    With views of the magnificent Albert Dock, Tate Café is open during gallery hours for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea.

    Enjoy our delicious, homemade hot and cold meals served by our friendly staff or simply drop in for a coffee with friends....

  6. Add Staybridge Suites Liverpool to your Itinerary

    Staybridge Suites Liverpool


    4 Visit England Stars 4 Visit England Stars 4 Visit England Stars 4 Visit England Stars 4 Visit England Stars Serviced Apartments

    More home than hotel. That’s what makes Staybridge Suites special.

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    Price £105.00 to £157.00 Per unit per night
  7. Add Mattel Play! Liverpool to your Itinerary

    Mattel Play! Liverpool


    Over 13,000 square feet of interactive play across three uniquely themed zones.

  8. Add Maritime Dining Room to your Itinerary

    Maritime Dining Room


    Enjoy delicious brunch, lunch or afternoon tea at the Maritime Dining Room, with stunning views of Liverpool’s historic waterfront from the top floor of the Merseyside Maritime Museum.

  9. Add Merseyside Maritime Museum to your Itinerary

    Merseyside Maritime Museum



    Merseyside Maritime Museum is in a former bonded warehouse, part of the historic Albert Dock on the banks of the River Mersey and tells the story of Liverpool's seafaring heritage and the merchant navy.
    The museum's collections...


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