This “must do” tour presents the perfect opportunity to experience the very best of Liverpool - an iconic and fun filled city with a vast range of attractions. Look forward to a guided tour taking in the wealth of landmarks that make Liverpool perennially popular. Attractions in this city include the Cavern Club, Liverpool Cathedral, John Lennon and Paul McCartney’s childhood homes, Royal Liver Building, Walker Art Gallery and Croxteth Hall. Don’t miss Albert Dock, home to The Beatles Story, Tate Liverpool, Merseyside Maritime Museum, Victorian Carousel and The International Slavery Museum as well as shops, bars and restaurants. We follow the tradition of hopping aboard a ferry across the Mersey then explore Port Sunlight - a unique village where you’ll find over nine hundred Grade II listed buildings to admire. We also visit Port Sunlight’s Lady Lever Art Gallery, home to truly outstanding collections. For a change of scenery, a day at the seaside in scenic Southport is just the ticket.
Guided tour of Liverpool
Look forward to a guided tour of the numerous listed buildings, superb museums and notable landmarks that make Liverpool such an exciting city. Afterwards, continue exploring at your own pace.
Mersey Ferry, Port Sunlight & Lady Lever Art Gallery
We follow the time honoured tradition of hopping aboard the ferry across the Mersey then continue to the unique village of Port Sunlight. Founded by ‘Soap King’ William Hesketh Lever in 1888, the village was originally built to house Lever’s Sunlight Soap factory workers. Nowadays it is home to an intriguing museum, splendid architecture and beautiful parkland. We include entry to the village’s Lady Lever Art Gallery where you’ll find outstanding paintings, tapestries, Wedgwood, sculptures and embroideries.
A day in this coastal town where you might like to explore the landmark pier, stroll around the marine lake, relax on the sandy beach, browse the shops in refined Lord Street, visit the botanic gardens or wander along the promenade.
This landmark Edwardian building in the hub of Liverpool dates back to 1826 and has period features alongside modern leisure facilities. All the city’s attractions are on the doorstep.