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Free Things To Do In Liverpool

There is no denying, travel is expensive. Getting here, choosing where to stay and planning things to do all adds up. Getting the best value for flight and accommodation can be tricky but when you choose to book a stay in PREMIER SUITES Liverpool directly on our website, we’ll guarantee you’re enjoying our lowest possible rate. Get even better value for money from your trip to Liverpool by enjoying some of the many free things to do here, from museums and galleries to art and green spaces.

Free Museums in Liverpool

The best way to get to know a new place is to look into its past. Some of Liverpool’s most important artefacts and lots of its history & significance are contained within its many museums, which are free for all to visit. The Museum of Liverpool brings you through the fascinating, diverse history of the city in a magnificent waterfront home. Hear the untold stories of enslaved people and learn about historical and contemporary slavery in the eye-opening International Slavery Museum. The World Museum, which opened in 1853, is the oldest of the museums and galleries in Liverpool. It contains an extensive collection of archaeology, ethnology, natural & physical sciences, and a fantastic planetarium. These are just some of the many free museums in Liverpool. Ask our team for other suggestions.

Visit a Free Art Gallery in Liverpool

Liverpool is home to some of the UK’s finest musical, artistic, and creative talent – obvious from the musical and creative exports over the years. Liverpool’s Open Eye Gallery has some inspiriting and thought-provoking photography exhibitions which are constantly changing and evolving. Tate Liverpool has been at the Royal Albert Dock for over 30 years and is one of the largest galleries of modern and contemporary art in the UK. Liverpool’s creative hub, The Bluecoat, showcases visual art, music, dance, live art and literature in one of the most historic buildings in Liverpool City Centre. The Walker Art Gallery is the national gallery of the North and houses one of the largest art collections in the United Kingdom, it’s also free to visit.

Enjoy Architecture in Liverpool

One thing you mustn’t forget to do in Liverpool is look up. While the shop windows, gardens and people are at eye level, the real treat is above your head. Liverpool has the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the UK outside of London and they make a fantastic architectural walking tour. St Georges Hall is one of the most impressive buildings both inside and out and has been the star of many movies such as ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’. Our city has not one but two beautiful cathedrals adding to the impressive cityscape. Look inside of Liverpool’s Anglican and Metropolitan Cathedrals and take in the breathtaking architecture and interiors. Wherever you go in Liverpool, look up.

Liverpool Street Art

Liverpudlians’ creativity is evident across the city, especially in the freedom and colour of its street art. From Klopp Art to the Liver Bird wings, wander Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle and snap some of the finest street art the city has on offer. Stanhope Street Skate Park is well known in Liverpool for being covered in street art by local artists. Old Barn Road in Anfield has a mural showing Jordan Henderson lifting the Premier League trophy and features Alan Hansen lifting the 1990 First division trophy. You’ll find the Lambananas on Tithebarn St, John Lennon on Mathew Street and Paul Curtis’ Abbey Road Crossing beside the Cains Brewery in the Baltic Triangle. New art pops up every week in the most unexpected places so keep your eyes open.

Great Outdoors

There is no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing and rain hail or shine, Liverpool’s parks and outdoor spaces are free for everyone to enjoy. Sefton Park 235-acre, Grade 1 listed park is great for a picnic, a walk or to bask in the (rare) Liverpool sunshine. Princes Park is a historic, grade II listed park with a café, playground, beautiful flowerbeds and lawns. A walk around the Royal Albert Dock on a hot summer’s day should be high on your list. You can grab some chips or an ice cream nearby, but you may have to share with the local birds. The Waterfront is one of the most popular and beautiful places in Liverpool and during the warmer months, you’ll often find free events and things to do. In Winter it turns into a festive wonderland, making a picture-perfect backdrop for Christmas pictures.

Enjoy free things to do in Liverpool from your great value base to stay, PREMIER SUITES. Our serviced apartments in Liverpool give you the freedom of a home from home in the centre of the city. Book our best available rates on our website, guaranteed.

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