Liverpool Private City Tour and Crosby Beach
Liverpool, England, UK
Liverpool, the birth place of the Beatles and one of the best cities in the world of architecture.
Before we reach Liverpool city, we stop at Crosby Beach and then you will visit Albert Dock, International Slavery Museum...
- Crosby Beach (30') These spectacular sculptures by Antony Gormley spread out along three Kilometres of the foreshore, and almost one Kilometre out to sea.
- Albert Dock (30') This area which was once a famous docking port is now a buzzing district. It has the largest collection of listed buildings in the UK.
- International Slavery Museum (40' Ticket included) The museum opened in 2007, a year particularly significant since it was the bicentenary of the abolition of the British slave trade. With a focus on freedom and enslavement, the museum provides opportunities for greater awareness of the legacy of slavery today.
- Chinatown (60') The area is an ethnic enclave home to the oldest Chinese community in Europe.
- Liverpool Cathedral (25') Is British biggest Cathedral and the 5th largest in Europe.
- St James Cemetery (25') It´s an urban park behind Liverpool Cathedral. It has been designated a Grade I Historic park by Historic England.
- Everton Park (20') Everton Brown Park
- Royal Liver Building (15') Liverpool´s Three Graces which are part of Liverpool´s UNESCO designated World Heritage: The Port of Liverpool Building (1903-07), the Royal Liver Building (1908-1911) once the tallest building in Europe when it was completed; and The Cunard Building (1914-16) inspired by the grand Italian palazzos in Venice.
- Bombed Out Church (30') Church of St Luke, more commonly known as the bombed-out church. This is a much-loved iconic landmark at the heart of the city. It is a memorial to the civilians who lost their lives in the 1940 blit.
- Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King (30'). Known as " Paddys Wigwam", this cathedral is different in architecture and beautiful.
- St. John´s Garden (15'): St. Jonh´s Gardens are part of the William Brown Street conservation area and comprise one of the two open spaces within LIverpool´s World Heritage Site.
- Pass by: St. George Hall, Is a Neoclassical building which contains concert halls and law courts.
- Pass by: Liverpool Penny Lane Road sign made famous by the Beatles song “Penny Lane” released in 1967. Powis Street which was home to Tommy Shelby in the drama Peaky Blinders Carven Pub, a famous music venue where the Beatles used to play in the early 1960s.
Know before you book
- Duration 7 hours
- Prices given per PERSON in US$
- Lowest Price Guarantee
- No booking fees
- Full refund if port stop is cancelled or ship can't dock.
Inclusions & Exclusions
- International Slavery Museum Ticket Included
- Port/Hotel pick up and drop off
- Professional Local Guide (English)
- Private Tour
- If your ship can´t dock due to inclement weather conditions there is no cancellation fee.
- If you cancel at least 7 calendar days in advance, there is no cancellation fee too.
- If you cancel between 3 and 6 calendar days in advance, you will be charged a 50% cancellation fee.
- If you cancel within 2 calendar days in advance, you will be charged a 100% cancellation fee.
What to expect
Liverpool, the birth place of the Beatles and one of the best cities in the world of architecture. Before we reach Liverpool city, we stop at Crosby Beach and then you will visit: Albert Dock, International Slavery Museum (this museum is closed on Monday and Tuesday, we will visit the Metropolitan Cathedral instead), Liverpool Anglican Cathedral is British biggest Cathedral, St. James Cemetery is an urban park behind Liverpool Cathedral, Church of St Luke, more commonly known as the bombed-out church and Liverpool´s Three Graces which are part of Liverpool´s UNESCO designated World Heritage: the Port of Liverpool Building, the Royal Liver Building and The Cunard Building.
At lunch time why don’t you head for Chinatown and enjoy some Chinese food?
Now is the moment to have your cameras ready!! We are going to stop at Penny Lane Road, pass by Powis Street, Carven Pub and St. George Hall.
Finally, quick stop at Everton Brown Park
PLEASE NOTE: Walking is involved
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