The Best Things To Do In Liverpool

Attracting thousands of visitors each day, Liverpool has become a cultural hub and one of the shining stars of the North West. From playing mini golf in Liverpool to exploring the city’s rich musical history, you’ll bever be bored while in this vibrant northern city. Famous for its sports, culture, and music, check out some of the best things to do if you are spending the day in Liverpool.

The new kid on the block, Junkyard Golf Club’s Liverpool location only opened in March 2019 but has already become one of the best things to do in the city. Offering a mini golf experience, unlike anything you’ve experienced before, this epic joint promises to be a wild ride from start to finish. 


Home to three bonkers courses filled with junkyard gems, you can expect plenty of weird and wonderful holes to putt your way through. The first of the courses, Bozo, has a twisted fairground theme with creepy clowns and circus freaks; Pablo is a polluted jungle filled with tropical madness; rounding out the offering is Gary, the scrapyard-themed course filled with auto-junk and written-off cars.


Junkyard Golf Club

The Beatles Story Museum

It would be impossible to talk about things to do in Liverpool without mentioning the Fab Four. This immersive experience is a must for any Beatles fan, but will surely be enjoyed by those wanting to get a feel for the swinging ‘60s in general. As you walk through the exhibit, you will follow the band on their journey, from their humble beginnings to the height of their career, eventual breakup, and John’s tragic death. The museum is home to the largest collection of Beatles merchandise in the world and includes recreations of locations that played a key part in the band’s career such as The Casbah Club, The Cavern Club, and Abbey Road Studios.


Nestled among the many other attractions that can be found on along Albert Docks, Tate Liverpool exhibits both British and international art ranging from the 1500s until the modern period. Designed by award-winning architect James Stirling, Tate Liverpool has blossomed into a key player in the city’s creative culture and has recently featured exhibitions from Jackson Pollock and Andy Warhol.


Tate Liverpool

The Cavern Club

Yet another unmissable attraction for music fans, if The Beatles Story museum didn’t quench your Beatlemania, then a trip to this iconic club certainly will. Despite not being the original venue, The Cavern Club is filled to the brim with Beatles memorabilia and hosts bands daily. Although the Fab Four will be the reason why most tourists head here, other famous names that have graced the club include The Hollies, The Kinks, and The Rolling Stone. 


Without a doubt the most-photographed location in Liverpool, Albert Dock is worth a visit for its beauty alone. The 163-year old dock is a World Heritage site and home to many of the city’s top attractions, including Tate Liverpool. You’re guaranteed to find plenty of different things to see and do, and can easily spend a whole day making your way through the various venues on the dock.


Once at the forefront of technology, these days the dock alone draws 4 million tourists to Liverpool each year.


Albert Dock