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All About The Beatles
Hop on the everlasting Beatlemania train when you visit the hometown of the best-selling band in history! Walk down the legendary Penny Lane, hang out at the Casbah Coffee Club, and see the largest collection of rare Beatles memorabilia
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Liverpool Classics
See the city's iconic sights and attractions as you cruise along Mersey River or on board colorful open-top buses. Indulge your love of football when you visit Liverpool Stadium and get to touch the famous This Is Anfield sign!
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Top sights in Liverpool

Hometown to the iconic rock band The Beatles, the seaport city of Liverpool is one of the United Kingdom’s must-visit locations for travelers. Visitors can explore and experience landmarks that share the rich arts, music and maritime history of the North England city. Discover the things to do in Liverpool with this helpful travel guide to show you the way!

Royal Albert Dock Liverpool

A must-see in Liverpool, the iconic Royal Albert Dock is one of the most visited landmarks for travelers heading to the port city. Visitors can explore the nearby art galleries and museums, like the Merryside Maritime Museum, The International Slavery Museum, and famous award-winning exhibition The Beatles Story. Take in a stunning view high above the city with a hop aboard the complex’s giant ferris wheel to cap off your visit.
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The Beatles Story

Discover the beginnings and story of one of rock music’s greatest bands, The Beatles, at the world’s largest permanent exhibit commemorating their lives and work, The Beatles Story. The award-winning museum takes you through a journey of the band’s humble beginnings in Liverpool all the way to the height of their careers, as they took over the world. The ultimate experience music fans won’t want the miss, visitors can enjoy listening to stories with the free multi-lingual audioguide as they explore the impressive collection of Beatles memorabilia.
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Cavern Club

The historic location where The Beatles first took stage, Cavern Club still lives today as one of the top locations to experience Liverpool’s world-famous music scene. First built as a jazz club, it later on became the site of rock and roll music during the 60’s and an icon in British music history. Visiting fans can enjoy live performances by talented local artists, impressive rock memorabilia, and even delicious sandwiches at the Cavern Pub!
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Home to the world-famous Liverpool Football Club, football fans should plan out a visit to the historic Anfield football stadium. Known as the 7th largest football stadium in England, Anfield has been the home of the team since its establishment in 1892. One of the popular tourist attractions in Liverpool, the stadium also offers tours and a chance to learn about the team’s achievements at the Liverpool FC Museum.
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