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See Liverpool by land and water on this enjoyable combo tour. Take a River Explorer cruise along Liverpool’s UNESCO-listed waterfront, seeing the sights as the onboard commentary recounts their history. Plus, enjoy included entry to the U-boat Story, a museum dedicated to a War II German U-boat. Couple your cruise with a hop-on hop-off City Explorer open-top, double-decker bus tour. With your 24-hour pass, travel around must-sees such as St. George's Hall and Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King Liverpool, listening to the live commentary and hopping off at stops of interest.
No tour of Liverpool is complete without taking in some Beatles history. The hometown of this legendary band, Liverpool houses the award-winning Beatles Story exhibition. Visit the rock-themed attraction – spread over two sites – to learn about the band and its lasting impact on the history of music. Full of fun memorabilia, rare photographs and interactive exhibits, the Beatles Story is full for all ages! Ticket includes shuttle service between sites.
Welcome to The Beats Tour, discovering the world of the Beatles and the city of Liverpool.
Ride in a replica of John Lennon’s Rolls Royce Phantom.
Step out and explore designated points along the route and take a closer look.
Find out why Liverpool was named the European Capital of Culture in 2008 on a 2.5-hour walking tour. Hear the origin story of The Beatles, see the remaining signs of World War II, and discover local culture. The tour is perfect for people short on time or visitors who want to orient themselves to the city. Other highlights include Chinatown, the bombed-out church, and Lime Street Station.
Maximize your time in Liverpool with a hop-on hop-off sightseeing cruise along the Mersey River. Aboard a colorful ‘dazzle ferry,’ pass main city attractions and disembark at any of the port stops to check out the sites up close. Admission to the U-Boat Story for a look at an authentic WWII German submarine is included.
Walk in the Beatles’ footsteps and explore Liverpool’s music heritage on this walking and deluxe transport tour. Follow your guide to see sites including Liverpool Cathedral and the Eleanor Rigby statue. Visit the Cavern Club and ride your air-conditioned vehicle to view Penny Lane, Strawberry Field, the exteriors of John Lennon’s and Paul McCartney’s childhood homes; and more—all as your guide sheds light on the Beatles’ Liverpool story.
Delve into Liverpool’s vibrant culture on a Beatles and sightseeing walking tour, ideal for music lovers. Tick off top Liverpool attractions such as the decorated Mersey Ferries, the Museum of Liverpool, the 18th-century Liverpool Town Hall, and the brand new statue of Cilla Black outside of the Cavern Club, former stomping ground of The Beatles. Plus, visit spots associated with The Fab Four and watch a short Beatles documentary.
Liverpool is famous around the world as the home of the Beatles and the city is full of sites relating to the Fab Four. On this tour, discover the city’s musical legacy with a private guide and learn all about the group’s rise to global stardom. Along the way, see landmarks immortalized in the band’s songs such as Penny Lane and Strawberry Field, visit Eleanor Rigby’s grave, and see the childhood homes of John, George, Paul and Ringo.
Come learn about the Beatles and other ground-breaking British musicians with this admission ticket to the British Music Experience at the National Museum of Popular Music in Liverpool. Spend as little or as much time as you'd like exploring the eight zones of the experience. Learn about the last 70 years of British music with video interviews, displays of memorabilia, and interactive areas where you can dance or try to play popular songs yourself.
Unearth Liverpool’s ghoulish past on this 1.5-hour walking tour of the city’s most haunted sites. After darkness has fallen, meet your guide on the famous Hope Street and set off in search of the restless spirits who are said to roam the city at night. Stroll down one of northern England’s most haunted streets, visit the eerie cemetery at Anglican Cathedral, and hear blood-curdling stories of ‘Lantern Jaw,’ the woman in white and the local man who lost his soul to the Devil.
Immerse yourself in the criminal underworld of hit TV show, Peaky Blinders, on a 4-hour tour of Liverpool filming locations. Designed to delight fans of the show, this tour covers roughly 10 spots in the city center, Port Ellesmere, and the River Mersey. See the fictional homes of some characters like Polly and Ada, and hear stories and facts about the show.
Experience Liverpool from above as you ride the elevator to the top of the iconic Radio City Tower and enjoy unrivalled panoramic views from the 400-foot (121-meter) high observation deck. Make the most of your single-entry open admission pass to visit at whatever time suits you and spend as long as you want taking in the views. With a 360-degree viewing terrace, you’ll be able to spot all of Liverpool and Merseyside’s top landmarks, and on a clear day, you can see as far as North Wales and the Lake District.
Discover the dark history of Liverpool on an evening walk around the city's original seven shadowy streets. With theatrical commentary that focuses on the city's old secrets, the tour visits quirky and little-known sights that are steeped in history. Check out the banking halls on Castle Street, a trapdoor that opens onto the so-called Dead House, and the lamp-lit alleys that wind around the commercial district. Tales of Liverpool during the medieval and Victorian periods complete the ghostly experience.
The sights and scenery of North Wales are tricky to explore from Liverpool without a rental car. Rather than string together train and bus journeys; choose this full-day tour for the benefit of comfortable minivan transport and a guide for background on the sights. Walk Llandudno’s pier, follow hidden roads through Snowdonia, visit Conwy Castle, and more; and discover this beautiful corner of Britain without a care in the world.
Breakout Liverpool provide a unique interactive experience with a focus on the customers experience. We are here to provide a themed, challenging escape room that will take approximately 1 hour to complete. Though not all are successful, you are here for as they say 'the ride' and not the destination. There is a chance for a free photo at the end of the game, this can be found on our Facebook page.
Travel back in time in the town where it all started at the Magical Beatles Museum. With more than 300 items in the private collection, you’re able to fully immerse yourself in the life and times of the Fab Four. Memorabilia ranges from an original guitar to Brian Epstein's business card and from props from "Help!" to a sketch of a blue meanie from "Yellow Submarine".
A bespoke Beatles Tour across Liverpool, in a unique John Lennon Rolls Royce themed electric taxi cab.
As a one man company we guarantee that you will receive a personal service and contact from the owner Ian from your initial booking and ongoing contact. All tours are conducted by Ian giving you the assurance that you will experience the same high standard as that mentioned by all our customers in their reviews on TripAdvisor.
The zero emissions vehicle benefits from a separate passenger compartment, air conditioning,and free WiFi
Get access to a secret WW2 bunker under Liverpool city center—Western Approaches HQ. This fascinating museum is a great way to learn stories about the British Armed Forces during World War II. See preserved artifacts, and find out more about the tools used to monitor enemy convoys. No need to worry about rushing—a self-guided tour means you can stop whenever you like and explore the museum at your own pace.
Getting to and around the Lake District from Liverpool alone means relying on hire cars, or trains and buses. Skip the effort with a day trip that makes everything smooth and easy, and showcases some of the region’s highlights and under-the-radar sights. Explore Ambleside, hike around Blea Tarn, see Castlerigg Stone Circle, and enjoy an optional Lake Windermere cruise (own cost), all without any worries detracting from the scenery.
A Beatles tour of Liverpool is a must for fans of the Fab Four and traveling by electric bike means you can cover more ground. Pedal your way through Liverpool’s music history, stopping to see where Paul McCartney and John Lennon grew up, and visiting memorable locations such as Strawberry Field, Eleanor Rigby’s Grave, and Penny Lane.
Minimize time spent waiting to enter with this skip-the-line admission ticket to the Strawberry Field Visitor Experience in Liverpool. Explore the gardens that inspired a young John Lennon and learn more about the site’s unique history, as well as its links to the Fab Four, in the curated exhibition, following a multimedia guide for an immersive experience of this must-see Beatles attraction.
On this two-for-one, evening walking tour of Liverpool, you won’t just get to see the city’s highlight landmarks—you’ll also discover its lively pub culture when you visit three different watering holes. With just a small group for company, follow your guide to sights ranging from Liverpool’s two cathedrals, its historical Chinatown, and the Cavern Club (where the Beatles began their career). As you go, learn all about the city’s history, and stop at three different pubs for beverages en route.
This tour is your own ticket to ride into the world of the Beatles. For 2 hours your passionate and expert guide will take you on a journey around the home city of the Fab 4 and show you the key sites that made them the greatest musical act of all time. The 2 hour tour is a great option for those with limited time in Liverpool but who still want to pack in lots of great Beatles sites.
This is our Red Route Hop-On-Hop-Off Multilingual Open Top Tour lasting 50 minutes, with a 24 hour ticket from time of purchase. This tour has been designed to point out and talk you through the historical landmarks and attractions including our iconic UNESCO waterfront. Hop-Off at any of our 14 Stops including The Royal Albert Dock, The Three Graces, Western Approaches, Liverpool One Shopping Center, The Cavern Club, William Brown Street (World Museum, Central Library, Walker Art Gallery), St Georges Hall, Adelphi Hotel, Metropolitan Cathedral, The Philharmonic Dinning Rooms (where all our customers receive a free glass of bubbly just show the bar staff a valid bus ticket,18 plus ID maybe required), The Liverpool Cathedral, St Luke's Church, China Town, The Cains Brewery Village (Peaky Blinders Bar) and much more.