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Below is a list of Relevant Attractions for the city of Liverpool, RS-Liverpool Attractions. Liverpool is a city in the borough of Merseyside, northwest England. The city is a popular tourist destination with its huge cathedral, museums, The Beatles band, and historic port.

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Liverpool Centre Attractions around Lime Street Train Station

Open Top Bus Tours - hop on hop off to most attractions with audio guide

Liverpool Walking Tours - guided walking tours including ghost walks

Empire Theatre - 1925 theatre by the Lime Street Train Station L1 1JE

St George's Hall - has largest tunnel vaulted ceiling in Europe L1 1JJ

St. John's Gardens - 1904 park replacing a church & cemetery Map

Wellington Memorial Statue - on top of a 132ft high column L3 8QF

Walker Art Gallery - masterpieces, Tudor portraits, and more L3 8EL

Central Library - one of the largest public libraries in the UK L3 8EW

World Museum - treasures, outer space and live creatures L3 8EN

Radio City Tower - St Johns Beacon with great city views L1 1RL

Liverpool Playhouse Theatre - talent of Julie Walters, Bernard Hill L1 9BH

Stanley Street, Eleanor Rigby statue - famous Beatles song L1 6BG

View Two Gallery - three floors of traditional & contemporary art L2 6RE

The Cavern Club - venue The Beatles first performed on stage L2 6RE

Liverpool Town Hall - 1754 building with some public tours L2 3SW

Western Approaches - World War II command centre museum L2 8SZ

Liverpool Attractions Aound the Historic Port

Liverpool Boat Tours - from Pier Head in and about Liverpool on Ferries

Royal Liver Building - iconic building at the Pier Head L3 1HU

Underwater Street - kids play next to the Liver Building L3 1DS

Museum Of Liverpool - the port, its people, and sporting history L3 1DG

Open Eye Gallery - independent non profit photography gallery L3 1BP

The Piermaster's House - 1852 house as it was during WWII L3 4BB

Merseyside Maritime Museum - architectural, mechanical, invention L3 4AQ

International Slavery Museum - historical & contemporary slavery L3 4AQ

Tate Liverpool - for British and international art L3 4BB

Albert Dock - the place to play, to see, to eat, drink and stay L3 4AF

The Beatles Story - young lads from Liverpool road to fame L3 4AD

Wheel Of Liverpool - panoramic views of the city's landmarks L3 4FN

Echo Arena - huge venue live music, comedy & sporting events L3 4FP

The Bluecoat - visual art, music, dance, live art & literature L1 3BX

Liverpool City Centre South Side

Chinese Arch - the largest Imperial Arch outside of China L1 5EW

Liverpool Cathedral - the largest Cathedral in the UK L1 7AZ

Mr Hardmans Photographic Studio - for old photos of Liverpool L1 9ER

Liverpool Philharmonic Hall - Royal Liverpool Orchestra L1 9BP

St.Luke's Church - early 1800s church now a ruin L1 2TR

Foundation for Art and Creative Technology - arts & cinema L1 4DQ

William MacKenzie's Tomb - pyramid monument of 1800s engineer L1 9ED

Metropolitan Cathedral - largest Catholic cathedral in England, L3 5TQ

Victoria Gallery & Museum - run by the University of Liverpool L69 3DR

Garstang Museum of Archaeology - collection of antiquities L69 7WZ

Liverpool South Side for the Beatles Places

Penny Lane - Liverpool street made famous by the Beatles L18 1DE

Sefton Park - 1872 park with a large Palm House L17 1AJ

Sudley House - 1820s house now a muesum & art gallery L18 8BX

20 Forthlin Road - teenage home of Paul McCartney L18 9TN

The Storybarn - kids play & learning in Calderstones Park L18 3JB

251 Menlove Avenue - childhood home of John Lennon L25 7SA

Liverpool North Side

Anfield Tour - Liverpool Football Club Tours L4 0TH

Goodison Park Tour - Everton Football Club Tours L4 4EL

Outside Liverpool to the North

Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre - water sports 5 miles north L22 1RR

Crosby Beach with art Scuptures - by Antony Gormley 5 miles north Map

Aintree Racecourse - home of The Grand National 6 miles north L9 5AS

Formby Beach - with dramatic sand dunes, 14 miles north L37 1LJ

Formby Hall Golf Resort & Spa - a fine golf resorts, 14 miles north L37 0AB

Southport Pier - the second longest pier in UK, 18 miles north PR8 1QX

Outside Liverpool to the West

Championship Adventure Golf - fun for all, 7 miles northwest CH45 2HZ

Floral Pavilion Theatre - a variety of events, 7 miles northwest CH45 2JS

Fort Perch Rock - 1820s fort for Liverpool, 7 miles northwest CH45 2JU

The Light Cinema - 8 screen cinema, 7 miles northwest CH45 2HZ

Wirral Country Park - leisure & wildlife, 13 miles west CH61 0HN

Outside Liverpool to the South

Lady Lever Art Gallery - fine and decorative art, 6 miles south CH62 5EQ

Port Sunlight Museum - 6 miles south of Liverpool CH62 5DX

Ness Botanic Gardens - 18 miles south of Livepool CH64 4AY

Outside Liverpool to the East

Croxteth Hall & Country Park - 1500s mansion, 5 miles east L11 1EH

Knowsley Safari Park - for all ages, 8 miles east of Liverpool L34 4AN

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