Yellow Duckmarine Tour
Take to the dock waters in a WWII amphibious vehicle after a quickie tour of the city centre's main points of interest. It's not...
Magical Mystery Tour
Two-hour tour that takes in all Beatles-related landmarks – their birthplaces, childhood homes, schools and places such as Penny Lane...
Liverpool's biggest tourist attraction is Albert Dock, 2.75 hectares of water ringed by a colonnade of enormous cast-iron columns and...
Brand new mega venue that hosts the city's pop shows, from top artists to Broadway extravaganzas.
Lonely Planet review
Liverpool's most popular museum won't illuminate any dark, juicy corners in the turbulent history of the world's most famous foursome – there's ne'er a mention of internal discord, drugs or Yoko Ono – but there's plenty of genuine memorabilia to keep a Beatles fan happy. Particularly impressive is the full-size replica Cavern Club (which was actually tiny) and the Abbey Rd studio where the lads recorded their first singles, while George Harrison's crappy first guitar (now worth half a million quid) should inspire budding, penniless musicians to keep the faith. The museum is also the departure point for the Yellow Duckmarine Tour. You can also get a combo ticket for the Elvis & Us exhibit at the new Beatles Story extension on Pier Head.