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The Cavern Club
1. The Cavern Club
The Cavern Club is a famous live music venue in the center of Liverpool. Founded in 1957, it is best-known today as the place where The Beatles shot to UK superstardom. As such it's often referred to as the cradle of British pop music. The original venue was demolished but rebuilt using 15,000 original bricks. It continues to serve as a platform for new artists - and a living museum of British music legend.
Royal Liver Building
2. Royal Liver Building
The Royal Liver Building is an iconic landmark on Liverpool's waterfront. One of the 'Three Graces', alongside the Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building, the Liver Building is seen as a symbol of the city's heritage and of its people.
The Beatles Story
3. The Beatles Story
The Beatles Story features special exhibitions, authentic memorabilia and exclusive photographs featuring the Fab Four. This award-winning attraction is located on the world-famous Albert Dock in Liverpool, England, UK.
Anfield Stadium
4. Anfield Stadium
Anfield Stadium is home to Liverpool FC and is located close to Stanley Park in Liverpool. First opened in 1884, this historic football stadium is one of the largest in England. On matchdays, it is filled to the brim with some of the most passionate fans in the Premiership.
British Music Experience
5. British Music Experience
The British Music Experience, a journey through the history of British music, is housed inside the Cunard Building. It's located opposite the Mersey Ferry terminal and can be reached via the James Street station, on Liverpool's underground link from Lime Street Station.

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The Western Approaches Museum is as authentic a war museum as you're likely to find. Beneath Liverpool City Centre, this once top-secret bunker was the strategic hub where the Battle of the Atlantic was masterminded. It's barely changed since the doors closed in 1945! Visitors are able to wander from room to secret room, analysing original documents and tools which were used to pinpoint enemy locations and give the Allies the upper hand. There's even one of two surviving phones which had a direct line to Winston Churchill's infamous War Rooms!
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Home to a collection of over 300 rare and authentic items spanning three floors, the Liverpool Beatles Museum takes visitors on a Fab Four-fuelled journey through The Beatles' early days in Liverpool, their rise to global fame, and the group's innovative studio years. The Liverpool Beatles Museum is located in a Grade II listed building in the heart of the world-famous Mathew Street, Liverpool, England.
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Made famous by the Beatles' hit song, "Strawberry Fields Forever", Strawberry Field is a Salvation Army property and visitor attraction in the Liverpool suburb of Woolton. It operated as a children's home between 1936 and 2005, but continues to be used by the Salvation Army for other purposes. Strawberry Field is now a visitor attraction that provides guided tours, and hosts an immersive exhibition with archival footage and photographs to tell the story of John Lennon's childhood years, as well as inspirational stories of the children's home.
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The Queen Victoria Monument is a large monument built on the former site of Liverpool Castle, located at Derby Square in Liverpool. It features 26 bronze figures by C.J. Allen, including a 4.42-metre statue of Queen Victoria in the centre.
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To follow in the footsteps of the Fab Four (and you may as well, while you’re here!) visit the Cavern Club, a key chapter in their origin story. You might even catch a tribute band playing amongst the 60s memorabilia. Elsewhere on Mathew Street, Rubber Soul and Flanagan’s Apple are atmospheric pubs with live music. Want to line your belly first? Liverpool’s food quarter is a good place to start. This lively area by the waterfront has a great nightlife yearound. For more cool bars, hit up buzzy Albert Dock.

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It doesn’t get more British than fish and chips, which you’ll find a lot of throughout The Pool. One of the most popular places to stuff yourself with this battered delicacy is Docklands Fish & Chips, a casual spot on Albert Dock. Elsewhere you can gorge on proper English breakfasts including bacon, sausages and the essential ‘brown sauce’ that perks up any eggs and baked beans feast. For unapologetically simple contemporary British cuisine, go for dinner at 60 Hope Street.

Beatles Mania

It seems the whole city of Liverpool – from Strawberry Fields to Penny Lane – is a testament to their four homegrown heroes. Look for the four bronze Beatles statues at Pier Head, which immortalizes the Fab Four in a walk along the Mersey. The Beatles Story is a must-see as the world’s largest permanent Beatles exhibition, and at the Museum of Liverpool you’ll see the bedspread used by John and Yoko during their 'bed in' for world peace. There are also plenty of Beatles-themed sightseeing tours.

What to do in Liverpool for 3 days

The Beatles Story

The Beatles Story seems to be saying “Don’t Pass Me By” (if you want to learn more about the Fab Four). Step inside the amazing world of John, Paul, George and Ringo. You can also step behind the scenes of Abbey Road studios, explore an underwater world in the Yellow Submarine and even visit a replica Cavern Club. Get the lowdown on the lives of the famous Liverpool rockers, and don’t miss the new Beatles in India exhibition, celebrating 50 years since the Beatles blew their minds in Rishikesh, India.

Mersey Ferry Cruise

Liverpool looks pretty cool from the water, and on a sunny day you can’t miss a ferry cruise up the Mersey. See the historical architecture and famous skyline from a new perspective and wave at the people strolling along the Mersey River waterfront. There’s onboard commentary that injects the facts straight into your ears as you go. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to plenty of attractions you’ll want to visit after, including Spaceport, U-boat Story, and The Beatles Story, located on the historical Albert Dock.

Football Fever!

If you’re into football, Liverpool doesn’t disappoint. Get yourself an Executive Seat in the Upper Centenary Stand at Anfield Stadium, plus Premier Lounge access, a buffet and more. All you need to worry about is wearing the right team colours! If cheering your team isn’t enough, why not get behind the scenes with a tour of Anfield? See epic views of the pitch and city from the top of the new Main Stand, touch the 'This Is Anfield' sign as you walk through the famous Players Tunnel and even stand in the dressing rooms!

Parks and recreation

If your wallet is buckling under the weight of Beatles nostalgia, add some breezy freebies to your Liverpool itinerary. No matter the weather, nearby Crosby Beach makes for a breathtaking escape. Soak up what you can of this scenic part of the coastline. If it’s rainy, Antony Gormley’s Another Place, (100 cast-iron figures staring ominously out at sea), will look even more dramatic in your photos. Otherwise, cycle through Childwall Woods or hit Croxteth Park for a picnic and some people-watching. Kids will love feeding the ducks!

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