Rain or shine - the Liverpool Waterfront is a must-see when in Beatles town. Let this subTOUR guide you along the famous piers visiting remarkable places like the Beatles statue. Even if you aren't into museums, the one on today's list are really worth a visit - either Beatles Story or British Music Experience - it's all about music and you should take your time inside those impressive exhibitions. Let this walk end at M&S Bank Arena, the most important venue for the big names in Liverpool.
Liverpool Town Hall (Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
Today's subTOUR starts in the heart of the city, at Liverpool Town Hall. Explore its impressive Georgian architecture which is one of the finest ones in Britain. See the balcony where, in 1964, the Beatles faced an overwhelming crowd of 200,000 fans before heading to the northern premiere of their first film A Hard Day's Night.
Afterwards, stay westbound for famous Liverpool Waterfront.
Royal Liver Building Liverpool (Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
Just near Pier Head and famous waterfront lies impressive Royal Liver Building. With its spectacular facade and a height of 98.2 metres, this is one of the most recognisable landmarks in Liverpool. Take your time marvelling at those two huge Liver Birds atop the clock towers watching the city and the sea. It is said that when they fly away, Liverpool will no longer be.
Liverpool Waterfront (Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
You are now only steps away from beautiful Liverpool Waterfront. This historical maritime place offers a colourful abundance of culture, art, music and food & drinks. Stroll along, have a snack sitting at the Mersey and enjoy one of the most iconic places in Britain.
It was at this riverside where 1965 musical film Ferry Cross the Mersey featuring the band Gerry and the Pacemakers was partly shot.
British Music Experience, Liverpool (Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
Just around is British Music Experience. Not only on a rainy day worth spending some time. This is the place to find out everything about British popular music from the Beatles and David Bowie to Oasis and Freddie Mercury.
Have a look at legendary outfits or musical instruments played by some of the world’s most renowned artists. You can also try your own hand at being a Rock star.
Beatles Statues, Liverpool (Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
This is one of the riverside's hot spots, for sure: the Beatles statues in immortal bronze version. With the one of John Lennon holding acorns in his hand as a symbol for peace.
The statues were revealed in 2015, 50 years on from their final performance in their home city of Liverpool.
Café tip: fancy a hot drink and a snack now? The Fab4 Café is not only perfect for a little break, they're also selling merchandise.
The Beatles Story, Liverpool - Ceiling with names (Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
Museum, the second. But honestly, there's no way not to step into The Beatles Story when around. In here, learn all about the history of the Fab Four from Liverpool. Dive into a legendary Rock music story from the very beginning: birth, childhood, first musical steps to world-wide fame.
See replicas of the original Casbah Coffee Club and The Cavern Club among other historical Beatles memorabilia.
M&S Bank Arena Liverpool (Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
Final destination of this subTOUR is huge M&S Bank Arena which has already been host to some of the biggest lads in music business. Its central location makes it easily accessible for anyone having tickets.
The riverside is perfect for having a picturesque pre-gig snack or dinner or spend some time strolling along before heading to the concert.
Shopping tip: Sharky's is your spot for shopping Rock and Metal tees, when around.
Check out the vibrant heart of Liverpool with all of its musical abundance. Reveal some Rock history story behind these city's walls. Combine interesting sightseeing spots with tons of record stores. After browsing the shelfs, check out some bars and venues for tonight.
A perfect afternoon stroll combining casual dining options with vinyl shopping. On your way to some impressive musicians' statues, check out venues and bars for tonight. Final destination of this walk is famous Cavern Club, legendary Beatles venue.
It's an impressive subTOUR taking you to places all about the early days of the Beatles. Learn about their birthplaces and childhood homes. Stroll along famous Penny Lane and take a picture at Strawberry Field. Take a bike or the bus for this tour or join an official tour operator.
You'll never walk alone - this is Liverpool, Anfield Road. Where football has a home. Afterwards, visit the world-famous Casbah Coffee Club, where Beatles history has been written. This subTOUR can be done as bike trip or by bus.
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