Liverpool's Fab 5


The city of Liverpool has so much to offer for the traveller out of the summer season. After a recent visit by the GBT team, here is our run down of our fab 5 lesser known attractions.

The city of Liverpool has so much to offer for the traveller out of the summer season. After a recent visit by the GBT team, here is our run down of our fab 5 lesser known attractions.

1. The Beatles take centre stage, with the fantastic Beatles Story Exhibition and attractions and you can even stay in a Beatles themed hotel. The museum tells the story of the rise of the world's most famous original fab 5. it's a must for every fan and music lover.

2. You'll never walk alone! We can provide football tickets to the big games at both Liverpool and Everton, and we’ll arrange the stadium tours too.

3. The bells are aPealing! Liverpool's stunning Anglican Cathedral (the largest in the UK, and fifth largest in Europe) is surely worth a visit. This beautiful Cathedral is free to enter and boasts the loudest peal of any church bells in Britain.

Liverpool4. Ferry across the Mersey Every visit to Liverpool should include a trip on the Mersey ferry where you can see Liverpool’s fantastic waterfront in all its glory. A trip across the river will give you not only splendid views of the city and a commentary on what you're seeing, but on the other side you can visit Liverpool's newest attractions which brings us to number 5.

5. Spaceport You can also make a stop at two of Liverpool’s newer attractions ‘Spaceport - which takes you on an inspirational journey through space, as you walk through several themed galleries, which all feature a large variety of interactive hands-on exhibits and audio visual experiences.This is particularly good for children and currently includes a Timetravel exhibition including Doctor Who. At another ferry stop you can visit the U-Boat story where you will be able to look into the U-boat, now in four sections with glass viewing partitions, view its amazing interior and discover many well preserved artefacts.

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By Andrew Lancey, GBT Team

Date: 2017-11-28 13:22:59