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This grand Victorian building of the Walker Art Gallery stands next to the World Museum Liverpool. Built in 1877 and extended in the 1930s, it features a superb collection of paintings, sculpture and fine arts from the 14th-20th Century. The gallery stages regular exhibitions, events, tours and family activities. The works on display include Rembrandt, Monet, Matisse and world famous collections by William Frederick Yeames and Rossetti. The spacious cafe offers light refreshments in relaxing surroundings. The gallery is a part of the National Museums in Liverpool.
Located close to the main train station and opposite the impressive St George's Hall, the Liverpool Empire was established in 1925 making it one of the city's oldest theaters. The mixed variety of shows include musicals, touring ballet companies and major productions such as Annie, Grease and West Side Story. It's also a venue of repute for international and mainstream rock and pop music acts. The plush interior is well-maintained and a licensed bar is available on the premises. Check website for event schedule and bookings.
Originally opened in 1851 on land donated by shipping magnate and local MP William Brown, this imposing building is Liverpool's largest museum and is situated very close to the St. George Hall. Take a journey through time and view the passing of ages from prehistoric man to live in the space age. The botanical and zoological collections in the museum have grown manifold over the years. The place combines exhibits of neo-classical history with the pre-historic days of mankind. The award-winning Natural History Center depicts scenes from rain forests and savannas to the Arctic. Tours and exciting activities for kids are available.
Established in 1989, Kids Cavern offers a collection of kids wear aimed at a diverse age group ranging from infants to young kids up to 16 years. Pretty much every major kids wear designer finds a place in the store's collection from Armani Junior and Burberry to Miss Grant and Ralph Laurent. Expectedly, the store's collection is vast and has something to suit all tastes. Shoes are a specialty and the store is known for their cute collection. There's a good choice of accessories as well. Check website for more.
Picturehouse, located within the FACT, screens the latest and greatest for your viewing pleasure. The cinema is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and sound equipment for an enhanced experience. The three main screening halls show an excellent variety of movies and are also used for film related events. The theater showcases a wide range of titles including foreign language films and quality mainstream cinema from around the world. The cinema also provides excellent facilities to host private screenings as well as business events. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please check their website.
Located in the heart of the city, close to the Albert Dock, this multiple award-winning base2stay offers cozy accommodation at rates that will have you wondering if it's too good to be true. Each of the hotel's 106 rooms are equipped with pretty much all the amenities of an above-average mid-range hotel ranging from the HD television sets, hairdryers and complimentary toiletries. Though the hotel does not have in-house dining options, it offers a mini-kitchen in each room with a microwave and fridge to fix up your meals at leisure. The area around the hotel has a good range of restaurants if you do wish to eat out. The hotel is extremely family friendly with some rooms able to accommodate up to five people in addition to the availability of adjoining rooms. The historic building's original features and brick-exposed walls are kept maintained throughout the property, creating a cozy atmosphere. Check website or call ahead for bookings and more.
Fans of the city's beloved football club needn't go all the way to The Anfield to get their hands on official club merchandise. Located right in the city center at Liverpool ONE and spread across a massive 929.03 square meters (10000 square feet), this is the one store fans and souvenir hunters should not miss. From jerseys and accessories to posters and more, you'll find everything you need to flaunt the club's colors. And just when you thought it couldn't get better, there's the Total Fan Identity program which offers club merchandise personalized just for you. Check website for more.
Disney Stores are a delight for kids across the globe and this one, a part of the Liverpool ONE, is no different. Soft toys, baby gifts, personalized items, fancy dresses, life-size cartoons attract huge crowds here. The enthusiastic staff offer customers a chirpy welcome, which would be fine if only they could refrain from following you around the shop like Peter Pan's shadow. The ground floor is packed with children's clothing and accessories, games, soft toys and stationery. A selection of gift ideas, videos, toys and books can be found on the upper level.
Conveniently located near major tourist attractions and Liverpool's business district, Radisson Blu thus offers an ideal accommodation option for business as well as leisure travelers. Cutting-edge decor and contemporary lighting fixtures give an air of sophistication to the hotel's interiors. The 194 elegantly furnished rooms reflect the same modern style and come equipped with a host of amenities to make your stay a comfortable one. Relax and pamper yourself at the Ark Health Club and Spa or tuck into divine Italian food at the well-known Filini restaurant. The hotel has state-of-the-art conference facilities to meet your business needs. Check the hotel website bookings for more information.
Let the kids run wild at this delightful activity center full of interesting things to do. Teasing their little brains, the center boasts of six different sections on varying themes, from the Art Area for budding artists to the Sensory Area aimed at your child's developing senses. The Lab, with it's fun take on science and the Construction Area with its building tools, enable learning in an interactive environment. The colorful cafe is perfect for refueling after an energetic play session. The center sees a number of school visits throughout the year and is also available for private hire for sufficiently large groups. Check website for more.
This hotel is in Liverpool city centre, opposite the Albert Dock and 300 metres from the Liverpool One shopping centre. It offers affordable rooms, a 24-hour snack and soft drink service, a bar, and affordable parking. Rooms are decorated in light colours and feature a satellite TV, Wi-Fi access and a work desk. They include tea/coffee-making facilities, radio and a private bathroom with shower. Hairdryers are available from reception. Breakfast at the hotel is a hot, all-you-can-eat buffet. The café serves a variety of international dishes, whilst the bar offers light snacks. The hotel also has a 24-hour reception. The Tate Liverpool and the Beatles Story museums are both just 300 metres away. Surrounding the dock there is a fantastic selection of pubs and shops, whilst Liverpool Lime Street Station is a 10-minute walk away.
Occupying a prime spot adjacent to the Pump House at the Albert Dock, the Merseyside Maritime Museum provides an informative and educational guide to Liverpool's seafaring history. A diverse collection of all things maritime is on display, including wax figures along with interactive exhibits and stunning audiovisuals. Find out what life at sea is like; be it on a slave ship from 1500 to the modern vessels of the present day. On the third floor, the original shipbuilder's models of the Titanic and the Lusitania provide an insight into the luxurious conditions on board, prior to their tragic ends. A cafe and restaurant are also available on site.