National Waterways Museum
You should book your next stop to the UK and experience the beautiful places you can visit, particularly in Liverpool. It has a number of indoor displays, historic buildings of the Victorian era, and boat trips. Guests can view the unique work along the docks and warehouses, some stables, worker’s cottages, and a working forge. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Croxteth Hall, Muirhead Ave
This type of Edwardian mansion is charming and located just at the outskirts of Liverpool. It is a place worth exploring, as it highlights countless rooms full of character figures and furniture that represent the wealth of the owners. You should be amazed by the majestic central staircase, which is famous for taking wedding photography. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
The Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral reflects the population of Irish descent. Liverpool was once a major port of embarkation for the U.S. in which many emigrants ended up to settle in the city. The Anglican Cathedral was also a major sight which was built in 1978. The 330ft tower has a carillon of 2,500 bells in which the biggest one weighs in at 4 tons. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
St. George’s Hall, Brown St
The Corinthian statues and columns embellish the St. George’s Hall. It also boasts one of the biggest organs in the world, which is often utilized during concerts. The rear was also a sight of magnificence, which features the St. John’s Gardens. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Walker Art Gallery, William Brown St
The Walker Art Gallery is rich in collection of works by French, Italian, and Flemish masters during the 14th century up to the present. It also displays works and masterpieces of Rembrandt, Rodin, and Rubens. If you are fond of art works, then this place should be a beautiful location to visit. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
The Pier Head area has a trio of harbor buildings referred to as the 3 Graces, namely the Cunard Building, Port of Liverpool Building, and the Royal Liver Building. It is also a place that commemorates the Heroes in the Engine Room known as the Titanic Memorial. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Merseyside Maritime Museum, Albert Dock
A number of fascinating exhibits reside the Maritime Museum in Liverpool. These exhibits include the thousands of emigrants leaving Britain through the Mersey bound to North America during the 1830s to 1930s. The museum also features some impressive collections of artifacts that relate to seafaring. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
The impressively restored Albert Dock was known to be the first to be constructed using bricks and iron only. This 5-storey block of buildings surrounds the harbor basin that would unload sugar, tobacco, and cotton. The restored warehouses feature some designer boutiques, restaurants, luxury apartments, museums, and cafes. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Tate Gallery, Albert Dock
Albert Dock has a lot of art galleries and museum that should be worth the visit. The Tate Gallery for instance is one that was established at the end of the 19th century. The Victoria Gallery and Museum is also spectacular for art lovers, built on red brick building at the University of Liverpool. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Basically, it is the birthplace of the famed band in the 1960s The Beatles. Thus, it features some memorabilia about the band in different parts of the location. The Beatles Shop, for instance, is where the band wrote and rehearsed most of their songs. If your folks were fans of this band, giving them a treat to visit the location must be an awesome experience.