The cultural city of Liverpool in England surprisingly has a large number of galleries and museums. There are seven National Museum locations located throughout the city. Admission to all museums is free. The “Museum of Liverpool” is considered the most popular cultural attraction. Traveling students can learn about the city’s wartime history during a visit, as well as plenty of information about modern culture and entertainment. The well-known museum, however, is the “Merseyside Maritime”. It deals with the influential role as an international port.
The numerous sights
A must for any tourist to visit ‘Liverpool Cathedral’. The gothic structure is the largest church in England and can be visited without paying an entrance fee. The contemporary “Tate Liverpool” and the “Walker Art Gallery” are also recommended. Both galleries charge no admission. Also included is the winding staircase in the restored “Cavern Club” which students are free to visit before 7pm without paying an entrance fee. Anyone who is a participant of the famous “Magical Mystery Tour” can enjoy the club atmosphere for the whole evening free of charge. A stadium tour that can be booked on “Anfiel Road” is interesting for football fans, there are no extra costs for the museum of the well-known football club. Travelers should definitely pay a visit to Antony Gormley’s fabulous installation called “Another Pace”. A work of art consisting of 100 life-size cast-iron figures. They can be found along Crosby Beach. This fascinating impression can also be experienced absolutely free of charge. And so numerous travel destinations and attractions line up in Liverpool.