Liverpool has got some worth seeing places. Here is a mixture of 6 best things to see and to do while visiting the city.
FOOTBALL-Another religion of Liverpool:
Liverpool has got two premier leagues namely Liverpool and Everton. Their stadiums are situated at either ends of Stanley Park. The home of Everton Football club is Goodision. There are purpose-built shops across the road, and stadium tours are available. The home of Liverpool Football Club is Anfield. There is a worth seeing museum and a club shop at the ground for booking tickets for stadium tours and areas never seen before, which are now upgraded and improved.(image by Steve Bridge).
The Speke Hall; Gardens and Estate:
It is a fantastic National Trust Managed Tudor manor house. Speke Hall has beautiful gardens. The special events taking place there are “Thunder Box Toilet” and “Priest’s Secret Hole”. It is opened from 15th of March to 14th of December. Entrance is free to National Trust members, admission timings may vary.
Swimming At Liverpool Aquatics Centre:
If you’re a good swimmer and you enjoy swimming then Liverpool Aquatic Centre is just a Perfect place for you. This Art Swimming Complex is worth £17 million state. It was opened in 2008. It consists of 20 m and 25 m pools and a 50 m pool for more serious swimmers. Opening timings for the public may vary. Except for Wednesday, there is an “Early Bird Swim” between 7:30-9:00 when entrance is FREE!
Liverpool’s Two Cathedrals:
The cathedral, left in the picture took 74 years to get completed. Its beauty can only be estimated upon visiting. The cathedral’s entrance is FREE and it is opened daily. There is a “Great Space Tour” (chargeable) which is an audio/video history of the cathedral. The tower, located at the roof top of cathedral is just perfect for viewing the whole city and its surroundings. Religious or not, but these historic places are essential and worth seeing for anybody visiting Liverpool.
Liverpool’s Giant Echo Wheel:
Located outside the Echo Arena in the King’s Dock is a 60 m high Liverpool’s Echo Wheel. It has 42 capsules, which provide amazing view of the city. It has Welsh Hills beyond and Historic waterfront; just perfect for tourists .(image by Beverley Goodwin).
The City Sightseeing Tour Bus
The Liverpool’s City Sightseeing Tour Bus is one of the great ways to view this awesome city. Its route has 12 stops. If the weather permits you, try sitting upstairs and you’ll come face to face with the city’s great architectures. Liverpool has more listed buildings; more than London and roof top can support you enjoying them all. The starting route of the bus is the Pier Head in front of the Three Graces. A bus leaves every 30 minutes and completes the journey in 60 minutes. The bus tour is available throughout the year except for 25 and 26 December and 1, 2, 3 January. A ticket is valid for 24 hours only. A prerecorded English commentary facilitates the journey.
Feature image by Alison