Find out about the city of Liverpool and discover the many great sights and stories there on a free, 2-hour walking tour. Learn about the city's history, walk along its waterfront, admire the unique architecture, and hear about its famous residents.
What to Expect
Liverpool has played a key role in British and world history for more than 800 years. As the main port of the biggest empire in history, it has touched the lives of countless people the world over. See the city's buildings and get to know its legendary friendly and diverse population with a free, 2-hour walking tour.
From The Beatles and eccentric WWII submarine hunters to Confederate captains and repentant slave traders, Liverpool's history is full of amazing characters and fascinating stories. The UNESCO World Heritage listed waterfront with its incredible collection of maritime and commercial architecture is enriched with exciting new developments and is home to some of the most popular museums and galleries in the country. See all of these things and more on a tour led by a guide who is excited to introduce you to Liverpool's many sides.
What's Not Included
- Gratuities (optional)
Meet your guide outside St. George’s Hall by the Prince Albert Statue, Liverpool. Just look for the guides in red Sandemans New Europe T-shirts and badges!
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Know Before You Go
All tours run as scheduled, regardless of the weather.