- Tourist Attractions
- Tours and River Cruises
Venue type: Outdoor
Curious About Liverpool gives a different glimpse into what makes Liverpool what it is today: the events, people and places that have shaped it.
Resident or just visiting, you are bound to spot things you've never noticed before. Walks take 1 to 2 hours each, though our suggestions for things to see and do along the way may distract you!
Walk 1: Museums, Music and Culture
Enjoy the pretty memorial Gardens of St John's before passing in quick succession the World Museum, Central Library, Walker's Art Gallery and St George's Hall. Next head to Mathew Street, home to the Beatles! Finally make your way through the oldest of Liverpool's streets before ending at the impressive 18th century Town Hall.
River, Port and Docks
From one of Britain's finest surviving Town Halls this route moves along ancient streets, past the parish church with delightful gardens, and down to the river Mersey, and the magnificent splendour of the Three Graces. Pass the new Beatles Museum, before finishing at the magnificently refurbished Albert Dock
Get Curious About Liverpool!
- Restaurant Onsite
- Picnics Allowed
Getting There and Contact Information
Starts at St George's Hall, Lime Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 1JJ, England
Click here to visit Curious About Liverpool's website
0115 950 2151
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Curious About walks are self guided, so can be done whenever you like and in your own time!
Public toilets are available at the start and end of the walk.
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Curious About Liverpool passes a large number of pubs, bars, restaurants, shops and cafes. The Walker Art Gallery and World Museum at the start of the first walk both have cafes. On the second walk, the new Museum of Liverpool and the Beatles Story both have a shop and a cafe. At the end, the Albert Dock not only boasts a fabulous shopping centre with lots of quirky shops, bars and restaurants, but also the Maritime and International Slavery Museums and the Tate Modern both have a shop and cafe.