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14 Must-Visit Attractions in Liverpool, UK

Liverpool | © Roberto Taddeo/Flickr
Liverpool | © Roberto Taddeo/Flickr
Liverpool is one of the most visited cities in the United Kingdom thanks to its vast array of visitor attractions. We discovered 14 places that you should definitely visit while you’re in the city.

Albert Dock

Building
Bird's eye view of Albert Dock
Bird's eye view of Albert Dock | © albertdock.com
One of Liverpool’s most aesthetically stunning attractions, Albert Dock should be right at the top of any visitor’s list. Not only is the Dock a World Heritage Site waterfront, it also houses the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the country. A number of Liverpool’s most popular attractions can be found here…
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The Beatles Story

Museum
The Beatles Story, Albert Docks
The Beatles Story, Albert Docks | © Jennifer Boyer/Flickr
This award-winning attraction tells the story of four lads from Liverpool who went on to form one of the successful bands in the world. From their small beginnings through to the height of their careers, as well as their solo careers and John and George’s deaths, this is the most comprehensive Beatles exhibition you’ll visit.
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Liverpool Cathedral

Building, Cathedral
Liverpool Cathedral
Liverpool Cathedral | © Ruaraldh Gillies/Flickr
Opened in 1978, Liverpool’s monumental and stunning cathedral is the largest in the UK and the fifth largest in the world; making it a national treasure. The cathedral boasts a number of record statistics such as having the UK’s largest organ, the world’s widest and tallest gothic-style arches and we can’t forget those spectacular views of the city from its tower.
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Tate Liverpool

Art Gallery
Tate Liverpool
Tate Liverpool | © Tony Hisgett/Flickr
One of Albert Docks’ many attractions, Tate Liverpool is a British and international contemporary and modern art gallery. Past exhibitions have included Jackson Pollock: Behind the Spots, Transmitting Andy Warhol and Mondrian and his studios, as well as part of the Liverpool Biennale. With a regularly changing exhibitions reel, you’ll be sure to find something of interest here.
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Merseyside Maritime Museum

Museum
Merseyside Maritime Museum
Merseyside Maritime Museum | © Jennifer Boyer/Flickr
Another popular attraction on Albert Dock – we told you there is a lot! – The Merseyside Maritime Museum celebrates the history of the port of Liverpool. Here you’ll be able to check out full-sized vessels, maritime paintings and an exhibition on the city’s links to the Titanic.
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Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral

Cathedral
Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral
Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral | © Ruaraidh Gillies/Flickr
If nothing else, the striking design of this cathedral makes it a rather unique attraction to visit. Though the history of this cathedral is more contemporary in comparison to its sister venue at the other end of Hope Street, its gothic revival architectural style makes it visible on Liverpool’s skyline.
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International Slavery Museum

Museum, Theater
International Slavery Museum
International Slavery Museum | © ISM/Facebook
The final Albert Dock attraction on our must-visit list, the International Slavery Museum is a one-of-a-kind tourism experience. The only museum of its kind, visitors can explore all aspects of historical and contemporary slavery in a venue which has welcomed 4 million visitors since opening in 2007.
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Lennon & McCartney’s childhood homes

Here you’ll be able to stand in the exact same spots where Paul McCartney and John Lennon wrote some of the Beatles’ biggest hits, in two National Trust attractions which have been kept as they would have been in the 1950s and 60s.

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