Best Of Liverpool 2 Day Itinerary
On your first day, start at the Albert Dock. You can choose to visit the Beatles Story, Tate Liverpool or the Merseyside Maritime Museum, or simply stroll around and enjoy the scenery, shops, cafes and restaurants.
A short walk along the waterfront is the new state-of-the-art Museum of Liverpool, which brings Liverpool’s incredible heritage to life.
Not far away is the Liverpool ONE shopping district for some souvenirs of your visit, and a great choice of restaurants.
Make your way down to Mathew Street for a taste of Beatles Liverpool. A trip to the Cavern is a must.
Start Day 2 with a trip to Anfield, home of Liverpool Football Club. A stadium tour is an unforgettable glimpse behind the scenes at this famous sporting destination.
Back in the city centre, Hope Street is a great place to grab some lunch and visit the two Cathedrals, situated at either end of the street. Liverpool Cathedral is the largest in Britain while the Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral has a modern design with stunning glass windows.
William Brown Street is possibly the most beautiful and striking in Liverpool, home to St George’s Hall, the Walker Art Gallery, Central Library and World Museum. If you’re travelling by train, it’s very close to Liverpool Lime Street station.
The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour.
Step aboard the colourful Magical Mystery Tour bus
for a fun and fascinating 2 hour tour of Beatles Liverpool.
You’ll see all the places associated with John, Paul, George and Ringo as they grew up and met.
You’ll be kept entertained along the way by one of our professional Beatles Guides and some Fab Four tunes.
The tour finishes at the legendary Cavern Club
The Beatles Childhood Homes
Enjoy the unique experience of a visit to the childhood homes of John Lennon and Sir Paul McCartney. This is your only opportunity to see inside the places where the Beatles met, composed and rehearsed many of their earliest songs.
You will get to see where John Lennon grew up with his Aunt Mimi at their "Mendips" home and where Paul McCartney