Museum of Liverpool
The Beatles Story: Elvis & Us
In a near perfect rock and roll symbiosis, the Beatles met Elvis on 27 August 1965 at Elvis' home in Bel Air, California. The meeting of...
The area to the north of Albert Dock is known as Pier Head, after a stone pier built in the 1760s. This is still the departure point for...
Port of Liverpool Building
Liverpool's first Argentine restaurant is really an elegant tribute to grilled beef served the size of a small wheel – just as any...
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Lonely Planet review
Liverpool's storied past is explored within the confines of an eye-catching futuristic building designed in typical Scandinavian verve by Danish firm 3XN. Inside, it's all fizz-bang-wallop as you wend your way through an interactive exploration of the cultural and historical milestones of Liverpool – the railroad, poverty, wealth, Brookside (a popular '80s TV soap opera set in the city), the Beatles and football (the film on the meaning of the game to the city is worth the 15 minutes). The desire to tell all of the city's rich story means there isn't a huge amount of depth, but the kids will love it, as will anyone who doesn't want a doctoral dissertation on urban development and population growth.