Liverpool is a city with unique attractions and events, and a famously warm welcome.
With the largest collection of museums and galleries anywhere outside of London, Liverpool’s culture and heritage are at the heart of the city.
Here is our top five list of FREE experiences which are unique to the city:
If you’re looking for some true Liverpool culture you’ll want to visit the Bluecoat Art Gallery. It’s a thriving hub in the centre of the city for creative arts, and its exhibitions are free for public viewing.
Lark Lane is a hidden metropolis outside the city centre. It boasts an enviable collection of independent businesses and is just a stone’s throw from Liverpool’s lovely Sefton Park. Well worth a visit.
The World Museum will soon play host to China’s Terracotta Warriors but before the army arrives why not visit one of their permanent installations for free? The aquarium is one of their best kept secrets; its atmospheric space and charming fish will transport you to a fascinating underwater world…
The National Trust and the local community have been taking care of Formby Beach for over 50 years, and it shows. The beach boasts beautiful sand dunes and stunning coastline.
This year the VG&M is celebrating its 10 year anniversary after opening in 2008 for Liverpool’s Capital of Culture celebrations. There’s an exciting series of art exhibitions taking place so there’s never been a better time to visit!top five
‘ANOTHER PLACE’ BY ANTONY GORMLEY on Crosby Beach is one not to be missed!
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