An aerial shot showing the Royal Liver Building Bird overlooking the Mersey on a sunny day.

RLB 360

For the first time in its 100+ year history, Liverpool’s world famous Royal Liver Building has unlocked its doors to the public.

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Attractions for Groups

When it comes to group-friendly attractions, Liverpool is hard to beat. The Beatles Story in the Royal Albert Dock is a fabulous journey into the life and times of the Fab Four and is perfect for groups of any size. For British popular music, you won't want to miss British Music Experience, located on Liverpool's Pier Head. The utlimate icon, The Royal Liver Building has opened its doors for the first time in its 100+ year history for a brand new, must-see visitor experience that includes a fully guided tower tour - Royal Liver Building 360.

Sports fans will love to visit Anfield, home of Liverpool Football Club. Take a tour of the famous stadium, learn about the club’s proud history at the Liverpool FC Story and dine out at the Boot Room Sports Café.

Step aboard a Mersey Ferry and take a trip down the river for the best views of the Liverpool waterfront.

National Museums Liverpool has seven fascinating sites around the region, including the waterside Museum of Liverpool and the Merseyside Maritime Museum.

Roll up for the Magical Mystery Tour and let the iconic yellow bus take your group around the sites of Beatles Liverpool, including Penny Lane and Strawberry Field.

And no trip to Liverpool is complete without hearing some live music at the Cavern, the famous subterranean club where the Beatles played nearly 300 times. Along Mathew Street you'll find Liverpool Beatles Museum, featuring a collection of over 300 rare and authentic items across three floors. 

A truly wild day out awaits at Knowsley Safari Park, a 550-acre park offering a unique five-mile safari drive along roads lined with exotic animals from all over the globe.

Chester Zoo is just 16 miles from Liverpool city centre and is the UK’s most-loved zoo, with Islands, an exciting new development, with plenty more to explore.

Head over to the main visitliverpool.com site to search attractions and things to do.

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  1. Add UNESCO World Heritage Site to your Itinerary

    UNESCO World Heritage Site

    Liverpool

    The World Heritage Site stretches along the waterfront from Albert Dock, through The Pier Head and up to Stanley Dock, and up through the historic commercial districts and the RopeWalks area to St George's Quarter.

  2. Add Mersey Ferries to your Itinerary

    Mersey Ferries

    City

    On-board the 50 minute river cruise, visitors will discover the well-loved legacy of Liverpool and the river Mersey, with its musical and maritime history.

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    Book Mersey Ferries Online (opens in a new window)

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    Price £8.50 Per Ticket
  3. Add Shore Cottage Studio to your Itinerary

    Shore Cottage Studio

    Thurstaston

    Art courses within the idyllic setting of Thurstaston Beach at Shore Cottage Studio

  4. Add Victoria Park to your Itinerary

    Victoria Park

    Southport

    In Southport’s town centre is Victoria Park, home to the famous Southport Flower Show and many other events.

  5. Add Wallasey Golf Club to your Itinerary

    Wallasey Golf Club

    Wirral

    Overlooking Liverpool Bay and the Irish Sea and open to the elements, a true test set amongst the dunes.

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    Price £90.00 to £150.00 Per Ticket
  6. Add Canoe Safari Experience to your Itinerary

    Canoe Safari Experience

    Lancashire

    This is a safari like no other! Take a boat round Martin Mere's waterways and see what wildlife and treasures you discover.

  7. Add Ness Botanic Gardens to your Itinerary

    Ness Botanic Gardens

    Ness

    Planning on visiting the stunning Ness Gardens in Wirral?...If so, click here to get all the information you need from the official Wirral tourism site!

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    Price Free to £30.00 Per Ticket
  8. Add Southport Pier to your Itinerary

    Southport Pier

    Southport

    The second longest pier in Britain, Southport Pier was first opened in 1860 with an original length of 3,600 ft.

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    Free
  9. Paul Beesley – Blue Badge Tour Guide

    Liverpool

    Paul is a qualified, professional Tour Guide offering guided tours of the Liverpool City Region

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