There is much to do and see in Liverpool and the surrounding area.

The link to Visit Liverpool ( will let you search and read about whatever you may be interested in.

On the iphone you can download the free TicTocTourist app

This is the TripAdvisor page

In addition we have put together some quick summaries as pdf files.
Info on Buildings
Info on Museums
Info on Family
Info on Music
Info on Food
Info on Sport
Info on Waterfront

More info specific for families is on this page

Some highlights

Central Library. Hornby Library and Oak Room. View the impressive Picton Reading Room. For many visitors, the star attraction will be seeing a copy of John James Audubon’s massive ‘Birds of America’, described as the greatest natural history book ever produced.

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic. The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra is the country's longest-surviving professional orchestra. It is based in the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, an art deco concert hall built in the 1930s, close to the University campus.

The Williamson Tunnels are a labyrinth of tunnels in the Edge Hill area built under the direction of the eccentric businessman Joseph Williamson in the early 19th century. Archaeological investigations were first carried out in 1995. Now part of the labyrinth of tunnels has been opened to the public as a heritage centre.