This summer has been all about the staycation, so we got involved 😉
Up to Scouseland we went, here’s a rundown of everything we managed to do/see:
- Liverpool Wings (Baltic Triangle)
- Chinese Arch
- Liverpool Cathedral – (Britain’s largest cathedral)
- River Cruise
- Royal Albert Dock
- Merseyside Maritime Museum and Slavery Museum
- Tate Liverpool
- Royal Liver Building
- Walker Art Gallery
- World Museum (click the link for more)
- Superlambbanana – Developed for the 1998 ArtTransPennine Exhibition, the sculpture is both a comment on the dangers of genetic engineering and is heavily influenced by the history of Liverpool: historically, both sheep and bananas were common cargos in the city’s docks.
- Liverpool wall of fame
- Cavern Club
- Cilla Black statue
Sights we didn’t get to see:
- Liverpool Stadium 🏟
- Beatles museum
- Quirky Quarter
- Crosby Beach (20 mins by train from Liverpool Lime Street)
Liverpool is so easily walkable and many of the places to visit are next to each other so you save money on transport.
We were genuinely surprised that we enjoyed our time in Liverpool and we would 100% recommend making your way up north.