National Conservation Centre
Ever wonder how art actually gets restored? Find out at this terrific conservation centre, housed in a converted railway goods depot....
Liverpool War Museum
The secret command centre for the Battle of the Atlantic, the Western Approaches, was abandoned at the end of the war with virtually...
St George's Hall
Arguably Liverpool's most impressive building is the Grade I–listed St George's Hall, a magnificent example of neoclassical architecture...
It's a reconstruction, and not even on the same spot, but the 'world's most famous club' is still a great spot to see local bands.
The Noble House
The handsome Heywood Building (1799) was once the city's oldest bank. Now it's a classy restaurant with a vaguely Manhattanite feel: if...
Lonely Planet review
For decent memorabilia, check out the Beatles Shop. Forty years later, the club is gone, the band has long broken up and two of its members are dead, but the phenomenon lives on and is still the biggest tourist magnet in town.
The Cavern Quarter - basically a small warren of streets around Mathew St - has been transformed to cash in on the band's seemingly unending earning power: the Rubber Soul Oyster Bar, the From Me to You shop and the Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds cafe should give you an idea of what to expect.