Feel like you’re on holiday at Sefton Park Palmhouse
Forget going abroad, if you want to experience a tropical oasis of dreamy plants and warm temperatures then all you have to do is pay Liverpool’s Sefton Park Palmhouse a visit. Home to an array of stunning plants from all over the globe, the beautiful three-tiered dome also plays host to a variety of events, including salsa nights, yoga classes, concerts and incredible orchestra recitals.
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Travel back in time at Speke Hall
If history is your thing then Speke Hall is one of the Liverpool attractions you just have to visit! Steeped in a rich Tudor atmosphere, you can explore the heritage, involve yourself in one of their fascinating talks, trails or tours, watch one of their incredible outdoor theatre shows, or just simply try one of the Speke Hall scones. We’ll have you know they’re delicious!
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Explore new heights on Liverpool’s ECHO wheel
No trip to Liverpool would ever be complete without a once-round on the iconic ECHO wheel. As Liverpool’s very own version of the London eye, the ECHO wheel offers a stunning panoramic view of the beautiful city and all its famous landmarks. It’s one of our favourite Liverpool attractions, and we’re certain you’ll love it too.
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Gaze upon the real beauty of the Pier Head and 3 Graces
Just like the Echo wheel, a visit to Liverpool wouldn’t be complete without taking some time out to admire and the incredible Pier Head the stunning 3 graces, otherwise known as The Royal Liver Building, The Cunard Building, and The Port of Liverpool Building. Defined as being one of the world’s most famous skylines, when it comes to Liverpool attractions, this is always one of the most-loved.
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Have a wander around the beautiful Botanic Gardens
As we said, Liverpool isn’t just about culture and sightseeing, it’s pretty well known for providing a good night out too. If you’ve had one (or six) too many the night before, there’s no better place than Liverpool’s Botanic Gardens to walk off a sore head. With its pretty hideaways, serene green spaces, and an array of colourful flowers, we think it’s safe to say we’ve spent our hangovers in worse places, don’t you?
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See as far as the Cumbrian hills at the top of St John’s Beacon
See Liverpool like you have never seen Liverpool before by taking a trip to the very top of St John’s Beacon. As the home of Radio City, it not only offers 360 degree panoramic views of Liverpool from 400ft up, but also the Wirral, North Wales and even as far as the Cumbrian Hills on a clear day. Just think of all those Instagram snaps, people!
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Treat yourself at Liverpool One shopping centre
Boasting over 160 stores including all the top highstreet and designer brands, cool independent boutiques, cafes and restaurants, the award winning Liverpool One shopping centre is the place to go, whether you’re out on a girly day trip, looking for a new outfit, or just feel as though you deserve a treat, which of course you do!
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Take in the Museum of Liverpool’s awe-inspiring architecture
Okay, before we do anything else – let’s all take a moment to admire the incredible architecture of this building. Amazing, isn’t it? That’s why every trip to Liverpool should include a trip to the Museum of Liverpool. Other reasons do include the fact that the museum holds a variety of incredibly interesting exhibitions and events ranging from early years festivals and ‘crafternoons’ through to highlighting what it was really like to grow up in Liverpool. And of course, in a city that’s famous for its museums, there’s no way we couldn’t mention at least one in our list of the best Liverpool attractions, was there?
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