Heritage

Liverpool Heritage

Visitors will find much to see and experience in Liverpool and all just a short walk away from Exhibition Centre Liverpool. The city’s World Heritage status ranks the city alongside Venice and Vienna. It takes in the waterfront from Albert Dock through The Pier Head and up to Stanley Dock, and through the historic commercial districts and the RopeWalks area, and finally to the historic cultural quarter around William Brown Street. The city’s architecture and buildings are a great testimony to the merchant culture that made Liverpool what we see today.

Impressively located on Liverpool’s waterfront, World Museum Liverpool is one of Britain’s finest, with an extensive collection of fascinating exhibits. From the sea to the stars, a visit to World Museum reveals millions of years of Earth’s history. The museum is a pleasant 10-minute riverside stroll from ACC Liverpool and well worth a visit.

More than half a century after The Beatles first performed on its stage, the Cavern Club is still one of Liverpool’s top music venues. The iconic stage beneath brick arches is worth a visit.

A ‘must see’ on any visit to Liverpool is Britain’s biggest Cathedral: awesome architecture including the world’s highest Gothic arches, astonishing views from the top of the Tower (the highest point in Liverpool), the world’s highest and heaviest peal of bells, sublime music, award-winning shop – and always something going on to experience!

The Albert Dock is the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in Britain. A vibrant, cultured, friendly and fun place to visit, the dock includes the Tate Liverpool gallery, Merseyside Maritime Museum, The Beatles Story exhibition, and an array of bars and restaurants. The Albert Dock Visitor Centre offers a variety of services to help delegates make the most of our fantastic city.

For nearly a century the Three Graces - The Royal Liver Building, The Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building - have helped define one of the world’s most recognised skylines. These majestic waterfront buildings were conceived and constructed as visible symbols of Liverpool’s international prestige and became proud emblems of its commercial prowess.

A Grade I listed, 300-year-old building in the heart of Liverpool, the Bluecoat offers a year-round programme of visual art, literature, music, dance and live art.