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Liverpool City Sights 24hr Hop-On Hop-Off Open Top Bus Tour

1. Liverpool City Sights 24hr Hop-On Hop-Off Open Top Bus Tour

Explore the historic UNESCO Mercantile Maritime City, taking in the stunning architecture of Liverpool on this entertaining tour of the city's top attractions and historic landmarks. Hop aboard the open-top bus at the Royal Albert Dock, and take a seat on the top deck for the best views.  You will learn about all of Liverpool's major sights, including The Royal Albert Dock, the iconic waterfront, and the world-famous Cavern Club. You will also hear about the World Museum, both of the magnificent cathedrals, the Philharmonic Dining Rooms, China Town and much more. The complete tour takes about 50 minutes and returns back to its original starting point at the Royal Albert Dock. You will also have access to exclusive offers throughout the city, including a free glass of bubbly at the Philharmonic Dining Rooms.

Liverpool Highlights Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt & City Tour

2. Liverpool Highlights Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt & City Tour

Explore the top sights in Liverpool with an immersive smartphone scavenger hunt and self-guided walking tour. Discover the city with location-based while admiring the sights in a unique way. See the World Museum and visit the largest cathedral in Britain. After downloading your tour app (download instructions received via email after booking), begin your adventure to 10 of the most important attractions of the city. With maximum flexibility, you can start the activity at any time, stopping and going as you please. Once you start, you'll uncover clues at each attraction to reveal your next destination. Use logic, imagination, observation, and team spirit to solve a puzzle at the exterior of each attraction and work toward finishing the game. Along the way, take in the sights at your own pace while learning information and facts about Liverpool. Choose to take a lunch break, stop to fully enjoy the sights, and capture as many pictures as you want. The tour route includes the World Museum, St. George’s Hall, St. Johns Beacon, the Cavern Club, The Three Graces, the Museum of Liverpool, Tate Liverpool, Nordic Church and Cultural Centre, Chinatown, Liverpool Cathedral, and more.

Liverpool: Guided City Walking Tour

3. Liverpool: Guided City Walking Tour

Trace the historical roots of Liverpool on a guided tour of the city center. Experience the city with a local guide as you tour its most important spots, including the Cavern Club and the waterfront. Learn about Liverpool's turbulent history as you explore the eclectic streets and admire the diverse architecture. Stop by the waterfront and the Albert Docks and hear about the city's trading history and its connection to the Titanic. Follow the lives of the Beatles from their early days in the Cavern Club. Admire the beloved city buildings that form the Three Graces along the Pier Head as well as lesser-known hidden gems along the way.

Liverpool: 2 City Walking Tours

4. Liverpool: 2 City Walking Tours

Go on a stroll through Liverpool and become an honourary scouser with your newfound knowledge of the city that has made a lasting influence on world trade, sport, and music. Join 2 guided walking tours, and explore other routes via a city guide app to discover the best of the city. For the best introduction to the city, start at the place that puts it on the map: the waterfront. The Waterfront tour takes you on a rags to riches journey along the docks. Learn about the port's humble beginnings to its greatest treasures, including The Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool Town Hall, and the elegant Castle Street. Hear of the city's dark dealings in slavery from the 17th to 19th centuries. See buildings that 'grace' the city's skyline from the waterfront itself, aptly named The Three Graces: the secrets of Liverpool's greatest industry success lie between them. Afterwards, head into the city center and discover more must-see Liverpool highlights hidden from view at the waterfront. Take a walk down William Brown Street, the heart of Liverpool's Cultural Quarter, and stop by Liverpool Library, the Picton Reading Rooms, and the World Museum. From the high street stores to the boutiques and craft stores in The Bluecoat, this tour leaves you with the best local tips for spending in the city. The Waterfront and City Centre are just two of six tours you can take throughout the city. The Anfield self-guided route takes you on a sojourn into the city's strong sports culture and history, starting at the awe-inspiring Anfield Stadium. Meanwhile, the Penny Lane and Strawberry Field self-guided tours follow in The Beatles' footsteps on their journey to success and everything that came after. Embark on the Cathedral Quarter tour that offers a mix of culture and entertainment, cathedrals and bars to finish off your stay in the fine city of Liverpool. So, after exploring many of the city's landmarks with your guide, use the free app included in your ticket to discover more of Liverpool and its incredible culture.

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What people are saying about Museum of Liverpool

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 310 reviews

Great way to see the highlights of Liverpool. Jimmy, Tony and Kim were all welcoming, friendly and knowledgeable. Very good value for money and totally recommend it to anyone visiting here. Buses run every half hour for hop off and on. Last pickup is at 16:50pm. One ticket allows next day as long as it is within 24 hours.

It was a fun trip around the city. The guide was excellent and had a good voice for the Ferry across the Mersey rendition he gave us whilst playing his Ukulele. He was witty and informative and a dull rainy day was brightened by our experience on the red bus

The red bus tour was so good we went on the blue bus Beatles tour in the afternoon. This was equally as good.

We got to see places we wouldn’t normally visit and had fun as a family solving the clues.

Great way to get an introduction to Liverpool. Terrific, entertaining guide.