Join this great guided walking tour with a friendly Liverpool guide who is a Beatles expert. There's more to Liverpool than the Beatles and you'll see the waterfront, historic docks and town hall, and also get ready to discover the legacy of the 'Fab Four' and how the city has changed since their heyday in the 60s. You can enjoy a Beatles movie and see many places that are not accessible by coach including Brian Epstein's record store called NEM's, Eleanor Rigby's statue and the new Cilla Black statues, as well as the famous Cavern Club. This tour is ideal for a cruise ship excursion, as it begins just a short walk from the cruise terminal.
10:30am: The 90 minute guided walking tour begins at the new statues of the famous Beatles, opposite Mersey Ferry Terminal where your friendly, licensed and insured Liverpool guide will introduce you to the city and all the rest of the city during of the visit.
On this magical historical tour you will see the lifeblood of our city with the famous River Mersey and the renowned ferry with its dazzling design painted by Sir Peter Blake, who designed the Sergeant Pepper album cover.
Then you will see a superb 8 minute film about the life of the Beatles and you will visit the Museum of Liverpool which opened in 2011.
You will continue the visit passing by the statue of Billy Fury and the Maritime Museum to reach the famous town hall of Liverpool dating from the 1964th century, where it is sometimes possible to see the commemorative copper plaques on which is inscribed the date on which, in XNUMX The Beatles returned home after their world tour and were named 'Freemen of the City'.
You will then see many other places where the Beatles played including the Iron Door Club site and you will visit the statue of Eleanor Rigby then Mathew Street, the White Star Pub and the tour will end with the highlight of the day , the brand new statue of Cilla Black in front of the Cavern Club where there is usually live music every day. (If you choose to visit the Cavern Club, please note that there are approximately 30 steps down to the underground venue, there is no disabled access and there is a small fee for weekend entry).
During this unmissable seaside tour, your travel guide will show you the transformation that Liverpool has undergone, which is now the UK's busiest city after London, and after this tour, your local guide will give you lots of ideas and suggestions for the best things to do during the rest of your stay in Liverpool.
You will have plenty of photo opportunities on this tour and your guide will be very happy to take photos of you or your group.
12:00: The tour ends on Mathew Street near the Cavern Wall of Fame in the heart of the city center and you can then shop for souvenirs or have lunch and enjoy Liverpool One, the fabulous new entertainment and shopping area which cost £1 billion to build.
With this tour, there's something for everyone and it's an ideal shore or cruise ship excursion, since the departure point is just a short walk from the cruise terminal.