There’s plenty to see and do on the Liverpool waterfront. From sing-a-longs in the Beatles Story exhibition or perusing exhibits at the Merseyside Maritime Museum, to a quiet riverside stroll or a trip to the Tate Liverpool, there really is something for everyone. You can also absorb magnificent architecture such as the famous Liver Building or even discover the fascinating and interactive Museum of Liverpool, which documents the city’s history and development. All of these fascinating attractions are within a few minutes’ walk of one another, making Liverpool’s waterfront an absolute must-see when visiting the city.
The head office of the Royal Liver Friendly Society, the Liver Building is one of Liverpool’s most iconic structures and an imposing example of its stunning architecture. The Liver Birds are each 18ft high with a wing span of 12ft - biggest Liver Bird relics in Liverpool.
The award-winning Museum of Liverpool charts the city’s unique geography, heritage and culture. With exhibits revealing the history of the port, its people, their creativity and how they have shaped the city, this is the ideal place to discover how Liverpool has become the city it is today.
Want to take an iconic ‘Ferry Cross the Mersey’ and get a unique view of the city? Mersey Ferries take hundreds of thousands of people out onto the Mersey each year, as well as operating a range of attractions along the riverside and trips along the Manchester Ship Canal.