1. The Beatles Story Museum
Telling the story of th e Beatles from beginning to break up and beyond. The adjacent museum gift shop sells a large assortment of gift items featuring the Beetles. I would definitely recommend the exhibition to those of any ages who visit Liverpool to be near a piece of world music history. It is must see UK attractions
2. Sir Paul McCartney's house (20 Forthlin Road)
Childhood home of Sir Paul McCartney. He lived in the house when he met Lennon. The tour guide for Sir Paul McCartney house Liverpool is entertaining and includes both homes, McCartney and LennonThey often got together here to compose such songs as Love Me Do and / Saw Her Standing There.
3.The Cavern Club (10 Mathew Street)
This copy of the Cavern club Liverpool hosts live music concerts and tributes to The Beatles. At its original location the legendary band performed nearly 300 times between 1961 and 1963. This club is a nice music venue.
4. Magical Mystery Tour
It is a great experience to take a yellow bus (The Beatels used the same in the "Magical Mystery Tour"movie) and to see various city landmarks and sites made famous by The Beatles. You can visit many of the places associated with John, Paul, George and Ringo as they grew up, met and formed the Fab Four.
5. Liverpool FC
Established in 1892, Liverpool Football Club is considered one of the most successful clubs in English football. Liverpool FC won the Premiership, the League Cup and the FA Cup many times, not to mention the Champions League in 2005 (and four European Cups) and the UEFA Cup three times. Liverpool FC's home stadium is Anfield Liverpool, which is also home to club’s museum where you can take a chance to see the real European cup and FA cup along with a number of replica trophys.
6. "Three Graces" (Pier Head, at the end of Water Street)
A famous trio of buildings that comprise one of the six districts adjacent to the port. This trio is listed among UNESCO's protected World Heritage Sites.
7. Maritime Museum of Merseyside metropolitan county
The port and shipbuilding have been the lifeblood of Liverpool since its founding. The Maritime museum Liverpool details the maritime history of the city, from the slave trade to the Titanic and the Lusitania.
8. Tate Liverpool Gallery
Opened in 1988, the gallery presents the widest and most massive collection of modern art rivalled only by the Tate Modern in London. Its permanent exposition includes works by Picasso, Dali, Warhol and Rothko. The rest of the Tate gallery Liverpool is given over to modern art, predominantly sculpture. A museum with free entrance.
9. St. George's Hall (William Brown Street)
The interior of this recently renovated amazing historical building impresses with its docks for prisoners, the old courtroom and an example of the world's first air-conditioning system. Be sure visit St.George Hall Liverpool if you love History, and Architecture.
10. Anglican Cathedral
The construction of the cathedral, designed by 22-year-old Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, began in 1904 and took 74 years to build. It is the biggest cathedral in the UK and the fifth-largest in the world. The Anglican Cathedral Liverpool is awesome. You can see it from all over the city but the sheer size of it still comes as a shock when you get to it.
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