Liverpool
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  • Liverpool Football Club: Legends Q&A and Stadium Tour

    1. Liverpool Football Club: Legends Q&A and Stadium Tour

    Take a tour of Anfield stadium and visit the home of Liverpool FC – sacred ground to any diehard Liverpool fans. Enjoy an exclusive Q&A with a Liverpool legend. Visit the the Liverpool FC museum. Take a tour of the LFC Stadium. Hear personal memories, dressing room tales and funny anecdotes from a Liverpool legend during a Q&A session. Have the chance to ask any questions you have. Take a photograph with a former Liverpool player and get their autograph. Legends include: Ian Callaghan, Jan Molby, John Aldridge, Phil Neal, Phil Thompson, Terry McDermott. Tour the stadium and  walk out of the player’s tunnel underneath the legendary “This is Anfield Sign.” See epic views of the city from the highest level of the main stand. Step into the home and away teams dressing room. Snap a photo with your favorite team member’s jersey. See the Kop, the press room and the manager’s dugout. Visit th...

    It was the best and most informative, entertaining and efficiently run Stadium Tour I have ever been on.

  • Liverpool: Private 2-Hour Beatles Tour in a Mercedes

    2. Liverpool: Private 2-Hour Beatles Tour in a Mercedes

    Discover the birthplace of the Beatles and travel in luxury with the help of an expert on this private tour of Liverpool city center. Take a short walk along Mathew Street and visit the famous Cavern Club before heading to the city center, passing The Beatles' schools and colleges, and the exterior of the houses they grew up in. Sit back and relax in your luxury V-class Mercedes as you drive to Penny Lane and the world's largest cathedral. Enjoy several rest and photo stops along the way and feel free to ask any questions you may have. Finally, drive through the Royal Albert Docks to the fabulous new Beatles statues for selfies and group photos in front of Liverpool's principle waterfront buildings.

    Our guide was Neil who was extremely knowledgable and friendly throughout the whole tour. Neil drove us around, communicating the area, the relevance to the tour etc. Neil was happy to stop and let us out to take photos. We visited places that we wouldn’t have probably got to see on our own. Thoroughly recommend this personalised service.

  • Liverpool: Beatles and City Walking Tour

    3. Liverpool: Beatles and City Walking Tour

    This superb family fun walking tour of Liverpool starts outside Liverpool Central Library on William Brown Street which is conveniently opposite Liverpool Lime Street Station. Your local tour guide will bring the story of the city and the Beatles to life and help you plan the rest of your visit to this superb modern vibrant city. Journey down one of Liverpool's original streets en route to Mathew Street to see the Eleanor Rigby Statue and new statue of Cilla Black in the Cavern Quarter. The experience includes a short walk through the Royal Albert Docks passing the Maritime Museum of Liverpool and the Billy Fury statue. The tour finishes at the new statue of the Beatles in front of the Mersey Ferry Terminal at Pier Head where you can take some souvenir photos in front of the famous Liver Buildings and alongside the lifeblood of this city the River Mersey.

    It was awesome! Our guide Helen had lots of interesting stories, she is a very pleasant and outgoing lady absolutely fit for the job. I can only recommend!The only thing- it really was a City tour, rather than exclusively a Beatles tour, as I expected. But in the end I didn't mind.

  • Liverpool: Silent Disco Adventure Tour

    4. Liverpool: Silent Disco Adventure Tour

    Join your silent disco team as they take you on a journey of song and dance through the sound-soaked streets of Liverpool. This musically instructed adventure aims to have your funky moves on display and your pop star voice serenading the people of the city. Experience a unique roaming riot of revelry around the music capital of the United Kingdom. Expect all your inhibitions to evaporate away as you don your hi-tech headset and bust some swinging grooves whilst your tour guide takes you on a one hour adventure of this amazing city. Be prepared to never look at Liverpool, or yourself, in the same way again.

    Was so much fun, the guides were lovely and very funny. Definitely worth every penny.

  • From Liverpool: Lake District Sightseeing Adventure Day Trip

    5. From Liverpool: Lake District Sightseeing Adventure Day Trip

    The tour departs from Liverpool and drives out of the city into the luscious surrounding countryside. Admire the views as you travel to the UK’s largest national park, the Lake District, stopping at the underground Rheged Discovery Center along the way. During the partially narrated 2-hour journey to the Lake District, the tour also stops by the famous Castlerigg Neolithic Stone Circle where you can feel ancient mythical energy flowing around you. Continue onto Grasmere Village, which boasts an array of beautiful 19th-century architecture, as well as the grave of well-known poet William Wordsworth. Afterwards, let your nose lead the way to Sarah Nelson’s Gingerbread Shop, where you can taste a selection of traditional sweet treats from the region. After you’ve filled up on gingerbread, it’s time to explore the national park and navigate through the Langdales, also known as "Little Swit...

    The tour was amazing and our guide frank was amazing also he told us a lot of awesome stories about the places we visited and he drove like a champion on the narrow roads on the mountains he is a very professional guide who loves his job and do it in a very high standards Will book another tours with busybus

  • Liverpool: Haunted Liverpool City Exploration Game & Tour

    6. Liverpool: Haunted Liverpool City Exploration Game & Tour

    You are invited to discover the haunted place of Liverpool with an interactive city exploration app. You will be guided step-by-step to the cursed buildings where they carry out their eternal punishments while you learn all of their stories. Brace yourself and come explore Haunted Liverpool, all with the help of your smartphone. Each clue will lead you from one place to another, giving you exact directions, so you won’t need a map, a GPS or a guide. When you solve it and guess the answer, the secret story of that place is unlocked. Along the way, you’ll find horror stories that will give you the chills. Dare you go on this tour? Complete the tour at your own pace as there's no time limit, though around two hours is normally enough. Pause the game at any time, and restart whenever you want from the last place you visited. For larger groups, one person can purchase access for the entire...

    Had a fantastic time,everytime a clue lead us to a pub we had a quick half Only downside was the final clue, by the time we got there the place was busy with groups drinking and smoking weed. We since found out the pub opposite (Doctor Duncans) is a fab place and lots of history. Somewhere like this would be a lot safer to finish as it was quite intimidating where we finished.

  • The Dark Side of Liverpool: 1.5-Hour Ghost History Tour

    7. The Dark Side of Liverpool: 1.5-Hour Ghost History Tour

    Experience the dark side of Liverpool on this eerie tour down Hope Street. Meet outside the city's Philharmonic Pub on Hope Street and visit two of the city's famous cathedrals. Pass by the famous Everyman Theatre and the Rodney Street Conservation Area, see the building where John Lennon lived for three years, and discover the place where Hitler’s brother hid to avoid conscription. As you approach the final destination of the tour, the impressive Gothic Anglican Cathedral cemetery, listen as your guides relay tales of the black plague and tell of Liverpool’s most famous ghost story.

    As a group of strangers gathered on the corner of the street the two guides drew attention to the tour and comanded the attention required. Dressed in black, wearing clothes befitting the victoriana era,wielding a 'tour guide' stick which was used to great effect when attracting attention, smacking a well dented metal bucket (containing some random body part as a prop). Such was the lead actress/guide's effectiveness, people were enthralled by the information (which was delivered with enthusiasm and great artistic merit) and the pergormance ( an exhausting display of fitness as she bounced around the streets while shepherding her charges around the streets being careful not to loosend people to the occasional traffic. 'Thriller Black' as she was self named and her young side-kick, made good use of the streets as a stage and included people in the paying group as well as interacting with padestrians and passing vehicles alike. We learned a great deal and enjoyed both girls personalities

  • From Liverpool: Full-Day Yorkshire Sightseeing Adventure

    8. From Liverpool: Full-Day Yorkshire Sightseeing Adventure

    Get a taste of Yorkshire on a full-day minibus tour from Liverpool. Explore the county's history and cuisine, admire feats of Victorian engineering, and see the picturesque Hardraw Force waterfall. After a partially-narrated 2-hour journey, arrive in Haworth to discover the stories of the Bronte Sisters — Anne, Charlotte, and Emily. From there, head to the stunning limestone feature of Malham Cove, formed by melt-water from glaciers over 12,000 years ago. See the impressive Ribblehead Viaduct, a masterpiece of 19th-century engineering, and take a stroll to get a closer look at its 1.5 million bricks. A stop at the must-visit Wensleydale Creamery follows. Sample some of its famous cheeses, made originally by Cistercian Monks. Next, visit the pretty village of Hawes, a honeypot boasting shops, cafes, pubs, and locals sipping John Smith's while munching a Yorkshire Pudding. Once you have ...

    I have enjoyed a lot and met new people who were marvellous. By the way the tour guide was amazing and gave us so precious information which it couldn’t be found any books, huuuugee Thanks to him, Frank.

  • Liverpool: The Beatles to The Blitz Walking Tour

    9. Liverpool: The Beatles to The Blitz Walking Tour

    Experience the magic of Liverpool on a guided walking sightseeing tour of its culture, history and landmark architecture. Explore the history of the Beatles in their place of birth, and roam the streets and alleys that have inspired generations of musicians and artists. Travel back in time to see a bombed-out church from World War II that now stands as a symbol of the vibrant city's resilience. Look into how culture has shaped Liverpool, and been shaped by it in turn, and find out why it was named the European Capital of Culture in 2008. Go to Chinatown to see the largest Chinese arch in Europe at 13.5 meters tall. Encounter other fine examples of civic and private architecture that define Liverpool’s dynamism. Venture down some of the city's most atmospheric nooks and crannies, and discover hidden treasures along the way. Visit sites where many Hollywood movies have been,and will be, ...

    matt was very infomative and clearly loved his city, as a slow walker he didnt rush and waited for us to get up the hills he was a mine of info

  • Liverpool: Theatrical History Tour and The Dead House

    10. Liverpool: Theatrical History Tour and The Dead House

    Embark on a history tour of Liverpool led by a theatrical guide, and marvel as the city's original streets are brought to life using street theater techniques. Get exclusive access to the darkest and less well known avenues, and encounter landmarks such as the lofty banking halls of Castle Street. Admire the regal opulence of the Town Hall and venture down crooked back alleys and lamp-lit lanes in the now bustling commercial district. End within the boundary of a medieval garden, hidden beneath a Gothic spire, entered through a trapdoor. Named by the American author, Hermann Melville as the "Liverpool Dead House" for its grisly and gruesome nature, the undergroud morgue is located within the quiet surroundings of the Church of Our Lady and St. Nicholas and has remained closed to the public for over a century. Learn the history of the site, such as how it was used as a temporary police ...

    OMG, what a fun event.!!!!! Absolutely loved all the history with a spooky twist. Both girls(actresses) very knowledgeable, funny, friendly and passionate about the job We really felt immersed in the whole experience. Thankyou you both for a memorable experience.

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What people are saying about Liverpool

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 414 reviews

I booked this experience for my dad for his 60th birthday, along with my mom and two of their friends. The driver Neil collected them from their hotel and drove them round to all the sites abs landmarks in Liverpool and to all the Beatles houses, strawberry fields and penny lane. My dad was absolutely overwhelmed by the experience and said Neil couldn’t do enough for them as well as being driven round in a luxury Mercedes private car.

Our guide was Neil who was extremely knowledgable and friendly throughout the whole tour. Neil drove us around, communicating the area, the relevance to the tour etc. Neil was happy to stop and let us out to take photos. We visited places that we wouldn’t have probably got to see on our own. Thoroughly recommend this personalised service.

Really well thought out tour. Had taken into account our needs and wants for the day and just pitched it perfectly. Really easy going and informal - just what we wanted. Would defo use again.

Joey was the best guide ever! Extremely knowledgeable, interesting, funny, speaks from the heart and a real gentleman . We learned so much about the Beatles!

tour guide Terry was really knowledge able and friendly