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  • 1 Chinese Arch Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. Berry

    Chinese Arch marks the entry to the chinatown area of Liverpool. 15m in height, surmounted by a five-tier roof and decorated with 200 dragons, this fine monumental gateway was realised by artisans in Shanghai, Liverpool's twin city. Imported piece by..

  • 2 Liverpool Anglican Cathedral Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    St James' Mount

    This monumental sandstone building, used for catholic confession is the work of Giles Gilbert Scott, who here gives an interpretation of gothic tradition, with the originality of a double transept. The nave bestows an impression of enormity, solidity..

  • 3 Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Mount Pleasant

    This Church took a long time to be build (1933-1967) due to the outbreak of war and numerous changes of architect.

  • 4 Walker Art Gallery Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    st. William Brown

    This museum exhibits a panorama of the British school, from the portraits of the Elizabethan era to the important works of Stubbs. Many paintings from the Italian school dating from the 14C are on display here, as well as many interesting Northern Eu..

  • 5 Merseyside Maritime Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    Albert Dock

    Through paintings and ship models, Liverpool's marine past is presented via a series of exhibitions on shipbuilding, navigation, the development of its port and the rise in maritime confidence. Another section retraces the history of various methods ..

  • 6 Tate Gallery Interesting

    Museums and art

    Albert Dock

    The Tate family has its origin in Liverpool and happily chose to locate a part of the national collection of 20C art here. The Architect James Stirling designed this exhibition hall with an absence of partition walls, just giving the structure an ext..

  • 7 Speke Hall Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    This black-and-white Elizabethan manor was built 1490-1612 by successive generations of the Norris family. Its oldest part is the great hall, with wood panelling from 1564. The many rooms show the Victorian preference for intimacy and comfort. In the..

  • 8 Albert Dock Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Atlantic pavilion

    A succession of massive brick warehouses surround a 3 ha expanse of water. Built in 1846, the year in which free-trade was instated then axed for good in 1972, this area has now been given a new lease of life thanks to the introduction of shops, café..

  • 9 Beatles Story

    Museums and art

    Britannia Vaults

    You will dive into the world of the Beatles, the Sixties, rock'n'roll, teenagers, rhythm-and-blues and the Mersey. The entire group (John, Paul, George and Ringo) their manager, Brian Epstein, the places (the Cavern Club, Strawberry Fields, Penny Lan..

  • 10 St George's Hall

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. Lime

    « One of the most beautiful Neo-Greek buildings in the world», according to Pevsner, was built in 1854 and houses a circular concert hall. Its gallery adorned with caryatids and a vast vaulted hallway is of befitting Roman opulence. The building is p..

  • 11 Statue of Eleanor Rigby

    Museums and art

    st. Stanley

    The statue of Eleanor Rigby is the work of Tommy Steele a contemporary of the Beatles. As in the song, she is sitting on a bench with her shopping bag and scarf , sharing some scarps of food with the sparrows. A plaque behind her dedicates the statue..

  • 12 Pier Head

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. Water

    To be filled with the Liverpool and Mersey spirit, look towards Water Street with your back to the river. The three huge buildings, the Port of Liverpool Building with its verdigris dome, built in 1907 and the neighbouring buildings the Cunard Buildi..

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