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Liverpool Attractions

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Catholic Cathedral, Liverpool

Book a hotel in Liverpool and stay in the home of the Beatles, two fierce rival football teams and a production line of headlining comedians from Tarby to Alexei Sayle.

Historic Liverpool

Staying in a Liverpool hotel means doing the twist in a re-created Cavern Club at the Beatles Story in Albert Docks. The city has, it is said, three cathedrals, the Catholic Metropolitan, nicknamed Paddy’s Wigwam, the Cathedral Church of Christ, the largest in Britain, and Anfield football stadium.

Art and museums in Liverpool

The World Museum has a million zoological exhibits and a child-scaring 2m-long animatronic fly. At the Walker Art Gallery you’ll marvel at the works of Rubens and William Holman Hunt. The city confronts its dark past at the International Slavery Museum.

Quirky things to do in Liverpool

The Yellow Duckmarine, a Second World War amphibious landing craft, takes visitors on a city tour before splashing down in Salthouse Dock. A stadium tour of Liverpool FC means touching the "This is Anfield" sign Michael Owen was supposedly too short to reach.

Events in Liverpool

Make a flutter at the Aintree Grand National in April, the world’s greatest steeplechase. If you’re Sixties through and through, lighten a hard day’s night at the August Mathew Street Festival where street performers play Beatles songs from dawn to dusk.

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Attractions in Liverpool:

Poppies at the National Wildflower Centre. Courtesy of National Wildflower Centre
National Wildflower Centre

Opening times:
Daily 10am-5pm (last entry 4pm) Mar - Aug 2013 (annual)

1896 Horse Drawn Bus. Courtesy The British Commercial Vehicle Museum.
The British Commercial Vehicle Museum

Opening times:
Sat & Sun 10am-5pm; open Bank Holiday Mondays Feb - Oct 2013; Weekdays only (annual)

Erddig, Wrexham. Courtesy of Wrexham County Borough Council

Opening times:
Various, please call before visiting Mar - Nov 2013; not Thu or Fri (various dates)

Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Blackpool. Courtesy of Lancashire & Blackpool Tourist Board
Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Opening times:
Feb & Mar: weekends only
Apr-Nov: daily
Opening hours vary according to season - please visit the park's website for details Feb - Apr 2013; Weekends only (various dates)

Heaton Hall and Park

Opening times:
Thu-Sun & bank holidays 11am-5pm Apr - Aug 2013; Thu, Fri, Sat, and Sun only (annual)

What's on in Liverpool:

Liverpool Food and Drink Festival, Launch Day 2009. Courtesy of SK Events
Liverpool Food and Drink Festival

Dates Open:
01/09/2014 to 01/09/2014

Town Crier Proclamations

Dates Open:
01/05/2015 to 25/08/2015
01/05/2014 to 25/08/2014

Courtesy of Chester Racecourse
Family Funday

Dates Open:
05/08/2014 to 05/08/2014

A red rose. Photo by Annie Mills, © Whatsonwhen
Southport Flower Show

Dates Open:
16/08/2014 to 19/08/2014

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