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5 fab arts and cultural destinations that you must visit in Liverpool City Centre

30/08/2022

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From stunning stage productions to globally-renowned art work displays and out-of-this world exhibitions, Liverpool City Centre has it all.

It might be more than decade since Liverpool was the designated Capital of Culture but as far as we’re concerned, it deserves that title every year.

There are few cities with so much going on to see and do to entertain the youngest to the oldest, and if you’re in any doubt that Town has got something Everyday for Everyone, just look at these five fab arts and culture destinations you can visit:

1. Empire Theatre

The Lime Street favourite will have you singing in your seat and dancing in the aisle with a host of fantastic shows over the next few weeks from The Osmonds – A New Musical about the legendary singing group, to Peppa Pig’s Best Day Ever for little people and, for comedy fans, Dara Ó Briain’s So, Where Were We?. There’s even One Night with Lee ‘Memphis’ King for lovers of the legendary Mr Presley. 

Find out more and book tickets here.

2. World Museum Liverpool

Where to start with what this city museum has to offer? Until October 30 it’s home to Doctor Who Worlds of Wonder, a world-premiere exhibition with original artefacts and sets from the world’s longest-running sci-fi TV show, and activities linked to it. That’s not forgetting its Aquarium with Nemo fish, rays, skates, smiling sharks and more, its Planetarium which will take you on a fascinating journey through the universe; its Ancient Egypt and World Cultures Galleries, and its Dinosaurs and Natural World Exhibition.

www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk

3. The Beatles Story

It’s the biggest Beatles Exhibition in the world right here in the Royal Albert Dock. There’s a replica Cavern, the Fab Four Café, and the Discovery Zone – the family friendly space where there’s a NEMS Record Shop (the family business of Beatles’ manager Brian Epstein), and kids can dress up in outfits from the 60s, do their own pop art, or have a go at karaoke with their favourite Beatles song.

www.beatlesstory.com

4.  Bluecoat

With a city centre location and striking Grade I listed building, the School Lane art centre offers all-year round exhibitions and events – including, right now, Are You Messin’?  a special exhibition for children and adults with work by UK artists that’s designed to be touched and explored – and a gorgeous garden area, as well as indie retailers and creative businesses. 

www.thebluecoat.org.uk

5. St George’s Hall

St. Georeg's Hall

St George’s Hall is one of the finest neo-classical buildings in the world and you can enjoy guided tours of the Liverpool landmark with its former prison cells and imposing court rooms, its Great Hall and its Concert Room which once hosted penny readings by Charles Dickens. As well as events throughout the year, The History Whisperer is a new experience which brings it to life as Livie leads you on an immersive journey through this extraordinary building.

www.stgeorgeshallliverpool.co.uk

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