5 Things You Should Never Miss In Liverpool


With gorgeous beaches, a fascinating architecture, breathtaking waterfront views, and a very rich history, Liverpool is certainly considered one of Britain’s most beautiful cities. You could never get bored in this city, you would always see things like the “Super Lamb Bananas” to delight your spirit and put a smile on your face. Here we give you a selection of 5 things you might not know about, and that you should not miss on your next trip to Liverpool.

The World Museum

Unsurprisingly, Liverpool has a long and interesting history that is preserved in the many museums built in the city. One of these museums is the World Museum. As obvious as it sounds, the World Museum holds a lot of history, art, culture, and scientific exhibitions and collections from all parts of the world and for all ages. The World Museum is a perfect attraction for those who would like to learn a little while traveling.

The Waterfront

Liverpool’s waterfront is probably what makes this city so appealing to the eye. You could see all the beautiful buildings of Liverpool creating the magnificent Liverpool skyline. The best way to get a good waterfront view is to take a ferry and cross the Mersey River to see of the city’s most beautiful buildings: the Royal Liverpool Building, the Museum of Liverpool, and the famous Albert Dock. Don’t forget to get your camera ready and take some night pictures that will always make you want to go back to Liverpool.

Mathew Street

Liverpool is full of pubs, clubs, restaurants and cafes. But Mathew street is undoubtedly the most famous and attractive one, not only in Liverpool, but in the entire country. It’s in this street where you can find “the Cavern Club”, an iconic place where the Beatles used to play on numerous occasions. Actually, this street is home for everything Beatles-inspired, a lively area to visit at any time of the day and mingle with the humorous people of Liverpool.

Another Place

“Another Place” a set of 100 spectacular cast-iron life-size sculptures by Antony Gormley, spread out along three kilometers of the foreshore, stretching almost one kilometer to the sea. 
The figures represent the artist’s own body, standing on the beach, all of them looking out to the Irish Sea. According to the artist, his pieces “harness the ebb and flow of the tide to explore man’s relationship with nature. “Another Place” is a perfect destination for anyone with a passion for the beach, sculpture and art. 

And of course, the “Super Lamb Banana”!

This is everybody’s best friend in Liverpool. The original Super Lamb Banana is a yellow sculpture in the city center, intended to be part lamb part banana, as the name obviously says. It is an original work of art by Japanese artist Taro Chiezo, created in 1998. Now, there are many Super Lamb Bananas all around Liverpool, with different sizes and colors, ready to captivate your eyes, and perhaps, your heart! This cute big creature has become a unique cultural phenomenon, which will certainly make your stay in Liverpool more enjoyable.

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