The North of England

The North of England Attractions

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Liverpool Cathedral

4.5 star rating: Recommended 69 Reviews

Liverpool’s Anglican cathedral is a massive construction with a neo-Gothic central bell tower, soaring stained-glass windows and filigree internal details.  ...  Read more

Metropolitan Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral

4.5 star rating: Recommended 69 Reviews

At the other end of Hope Street from Liverpool’s monolithic Anglican Cathedral, the Metropolitan Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral provides a sparsely modernist ...  Read more

Walker Art Gallery

4.5 star rating: Recommended 69 Reviews

Liverpool’s Walker Art Gallery houses one of the largest art collections in England outside London. The fabulous collection of artworks and sculptures spans ...  Read more

The York Dungeon

4.5 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Whisking visitors on a hair-raising journey through York’s grim and gruesome past, the York Dungeon is one of the city’s most entertaining attractions, located ...  Read more

Newcastle

4 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

Newcastle Upon Tyne and neighboring Gateshead together constitute the major urban center of northeast England. Locals (known as ”Geordies”) are rarely shy ...  Read more

Clifford's Tower

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

The last vestige of York Castle, Clifford's Tower is now one of the city’s most iconic landmarks, perched on a grassy mound overlooking the River Ouse. ...  Read more

Manchester

Manchester was the world’s first industrial city and, appropriately enough, its first post-industrial city as well, and its transformation into a modern ...  Read more

Northumberland National Park

Northumberland National Park lies within the northern English county from which it draws its name and is bounded by borders both ancient and modern: ...  Read more

Aintree Racecourse

A Liverpool and sporting institution since the 1830s, Aintree Racecourse is synonymous with Britain’s most famous horserace, the legendary Grand National. The ...  Read more

Fairfax House

Regarded as one of England’s most impressive Georgian town houses, Fairfax House dates back to 1762 and takes its name from Charles Gregory, the 9th Viscount ...  Read more

Imperial War Museum North

The Imperial War Museum North isn’t just a museum with relics of wars from the 20th century in Europe on display, it also displays the emotions of war. ...  Read more

John Rylands Library

The John Rylands Library is oft considered one of the most beautiful libraries in the world. Resurrected in the 1890s and taking more than a decade to ...  Read more

Manchester Art Gallery

There’s a reason the Manchester Art Gallery is on everyone's list of things to do in the city – it’s collection of British and European artists is among the ...  Read more

Manchester Cathedral

This beautiful cathedral has a long history. It first opened its doors as a small parish in the 1420s and grew over the next 400 years, along with the city ...  Read more

Museum of Science and Industry

Step back nearly 200 years with a visit to one of Manchester’s most popular attractions, the Museum of Science and Industry, also known as MOSI. Located in ...  Read more

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