See Liverpool from every angle — from water, land and above — on this combination Liverpool Experience. Join a River Explorer cruise to admire Liverpool’s UNESCO-protected waterfront and gain included entry to the U-Boat Story museum along the way. Plus, enjoy a 24-hour pass for a City Explorer hop-on, hop-off tour. Board the open-top, double-decker bus and view landmarks including the Albert Dock and Cavern Club, where The Beatles found fame. On route, disembark at Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral and enjoy free entry to the cathedral tower for stunning views over the city.
Liverpool River Explorer cruise, City Explorer hop-on hop-off bus tour and Cathedral Tower Experience
View Liverpool’s city sights from land, water and above from the Cathedral Tower
Cruise by the UNESCO-listed waterfront and enjoy free entry to the U-Boat Story museum
Hear about Liverpool’s history via the onboard boat and bus commentary
Hop off to visit the Anglican Cathedral’s Tower and experience bird’s-eye views over the city
Create your own itinerary and hop on and off at the stops you wish with a 24-hour pass
River Explorer Cruise (50-minute full loop): Arrive at Pier Head on the River Mersey at least 15 minutes before your chosen ferry departure. Ferries leave hourly between 10am and 4pm. Step aboard and cruise along Liverpool’s UNESCO World Heritage waterfront, passing sights such as the Royal Liver Building. Explore the information zones and learn about Liverpool’s maritime and musical history via the onboard commentary, including how The Beatles performed on the Mersey ferries’ ‘Riverboat Shuffles’ of the 1960s. Opt to break your journey at the Seacombe, Woodside and Wirral stops, and at Woodside, enjoy included admission to the U-boat Story museum, based on a World War II German U-boat. City Explorer Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour + Tower Experience: At Pier Head, board the City Explorer bus with your 24-hour pass. Buses run every 30 minutes and travel around sights including the Cavern Club and Albert Dock. Hop off at stops of interest or stay aboard for a great overview of the city complemented by the live onboard commentary. Be sure to disembark at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral for your included visit to The Tower Experience. Take the elevators and stairs up the 500-foot (154-meter) Tower, and behold the spectacular city views — on a clear day, look for the Blackpool Tower.
Reviews by Viator travelers
, Jul 2019
I bought ticket for Liverpool 3in one ticket and was advised a few days later that the day I booked Liverpool may be in shut down after 1pm if they won Championship League. They did. Our cruise ship docked at 12mid day. Went to Mersey Ferries and showed ticket office. said they could not do anything about multi ticket and advised to purchase a new ferry ticket which we enjoyed. Did not have internet or phone coverage during our overseas trip to contact re cancellation but as there was noway we were going to be able to complete or puchase a refund should be available. we have only just returned to Australia. Your reply would be appreciated.
Liverpool is actually a very clean and interesting City. Visiting all the City sights via Open top bus was perfect. So much to see and do but it was easy to get off and on. The Cathedral tower was a strenuous climb to the top but the bells were interesting and views were great. We loved taking the Beatles Story Museum tour.....so great history of the Fab 4! The River Cruise was a disappointment after standing in a long line for almost an hour. The engines were so loud you could not hear any narration and it was just a brief trip up and across the river. I visited the U-Boat Museum but it was so-so. I would skip this part of the excursion. We missed seeing Paul McCartney by a day and all the statues of the Beatles were interesting. I would have liked to have gone to the art museum but didn't have enough time.
Great tour! The busses ran every 10 minutes and there were many places to hop on and hop off. The Cathedral Tower Tour was a nice bonus as you would normally have to pay a separate fee to do that part.
We didn't take as much advantage of this as we could have. But we packed too much into our trip. The river cruise gives you a beautiful view of the city and a little history along the way. It takes about 50 minutes. The bus tours goes around and there are lots of places to get on/off - we just rode it all thru to get the highlights. The Cathedral is fantastic, but we didn't take advantage of the full ticket here. This is a great way to get an overview of Liverpool.
Great value, basically ended up with 4 attractions as the U Boat Museum was included with the River Cruise, very good value and all parts of the ticket were greatly enjoyed by us all. Good historical commentary on boat, very entertaining guide on bus and the Cathedral Tower tour was amazing with brilliant views across Liverpool. Fully recommend ! :
It was our first visit to Liverpool, the Bus City Tour was great. The narrated tour was very good and the Cathedral Tower provided a panoramic view of all Liverpool. The architecture and history were very impressive-worth seeing. The U534 tour was disappointing due to the condition of the submarine. Liverpool's seaport is beautiful they have upgraded the port with an amusement park, wonderful shops and restaurants. A long, accessible pedestrian walkway runs along the port. We really enjoyed our tour of Liverpool.
Buses run hourly so takes a long time to get anywhere. Cathedral Tower closes 4.30 and costs 7 which is included but it's free entry to cathedral. Catholic cathedral not included.
The bus stop is a long way from the cathedral. Last bus 5pm.
Ferry very good and U boat experience.
All in all over priced. But a great weekend away staying in the Albert dock.
Our Liverpool excursion was excellent. The ferry across the Mersey, perfect. The bus excursion was delightful, and although I didn't make it to the top of the Cathedral, claustrophobia, my wife and I thought the cathedral was beautiful, and even enjoyed a delightful lunch on the grounds. We did view the embroidery exhibit at the Cathedral. Liverpool, and the Beatles history was just right for us.