Liverpool 2 Day Itinerary

2 Day Short Break to Liverpool.

There’s so much on offer across Liverpool City Region, we’d always encourage you to schedule at least a two day visit. However if your time is limited this one day itinerary will wet your appetite to come back again for more
Liverpool Iconic Waterfront

Liverpool Iconic Waterfront

Day 1
10:00 Liverpool Cathedral.
Start your short break with a visit to Liverpool Cathedral, the largest in the UK. The Tower offers amazing panoramic views across the city and beyond, whilst the Great Space film and multi-lingual audio tour tells the captivating story of the Cathedral’s history.
Liverpool Anglican Cathedral

Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, The World’s Largest Anglican Cathedral

11:30 The Beatles Story
No visit to Liverpool is complete without experiencing The Beatles! The multi-award winning Beatles Story located on the historic Albert Dock takes you on an enlightening and atmospheric journey through the life, times, culture and music of the Fab Four.
The Beatles Story - Liverpool
13:00 Lunch at the Albert Dock
The Albert Dock is home to many of the city’s most popular eateries, with something to suit all tastes and budgets.
Albert Dock Liverpool

Albert Dock Liverpool

14:00 Museum of Liverpool

This brand new £72 million venue opened in July, and is the world’s first national museum devoted to the history of a regional city, reflecting Liverpool’s global significance through its unique geography, history and culture.

Museum of Liverpool Life

Museum Of Liverpool Life

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14:00 Tate Liverpool

Home of the National Collection of Modern Art in the north, Tate Liverpool presents national and international exhibitions of contemporary art in beautiful light filled galleries. They also offer a wide range of special events, group admission and talks to accompany the collections.

Tate Art Gallery Liverpool

Tate Art Gallery Liverpool

Depending on the interests of your group, some may prefer a visit to the Merseyside Maritime Museum. This also located on the Albert Dock, only a one minute walk from Tate Liverpool. Visitors can explore the large and varied collections that reflect the seafaring importance of Liverpool as a gateway to the world.
15:30 Shopping at The Albert Dock and a short walk to Liverpool ONE which is one of Europe’s most stylish leisure and shopping destinations 
Shop until you drop is an expression that is well exercised in Liverpool, one of the fashion centres of the U.K. and everything is within such easy walking distance.
Liverpool One Shopping
Evening
Liverpool has a wide range of performance venues, each offering a varied programme of events. The Liverpool Philharmonic Hall is home to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and their charismatic Chief Conductor, Vasily Petrenko, whilst the Liverpool Empire and Echo Arena is hosts large scale west end productions and international music artists.
The Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse theatres host inventive new productions and classic dramas including Antony and Cleopatra starring Kim Cattrell, Macbeth with Liverpool’s own David Morrisey and King Lear with the late, great Pete Postlewaite.

Liverpool Empire Theatre

Day 2
10:00 Museum of Liverpool
This brand new £72 million venue opened in July, and is the world’s first national museum devoted to the history of a regional city, reflecting Liverpool’s global significance through its unique geography, history and culture.

Museum Of Liverpool

12:00 Mersey Ferries River Explorer Cruise
There’s no better way to experience Liverpool City Region than from the deck of the world famous Mersey Ferry. Learn about the city’s fascinating history, see the spectacular Liverpool Waterfront and discover its unique character.

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14:00 Walker Art Gallery
Home to the best collection of fine and decorative art in the North, Walker Art Gallery includes Medieval, Renaissance and Pre-Raphaelite classics by greats such as Rembrandt, Rubens, Millais, Rossetti, Turner and Holman Hunt.

Liverpool's Walker Art Gallery

15:30 Speke Hall, Gardens & Estate
One of the most famous half timbered houses in Britain, dating from the 15th Century. Roof tours, and Victorian and Tudor costumed tours really bring the house and gardens alive. There’s plenty of free coach parking, and as with all National Trust properties, a cracking tearoom and gift shop.

Speke Hall Liverpool

End your fabulous day experience in Liverpool, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and promise to come back sometime soon and see the other amazing sites and events that Liverpool has to offer.

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