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Arts & Culture in Liverpool
Liverpool's rich history means it has accumulated a vibrant culture over time, from museums and art galleries to music and performance. The city also got a significant boost in 2008 as the European Capital of Culture. This brought waves of redevelopment to the area, creating a city jam-packed with brand-new attractions and exciting things to do in Liverpool.
Tate is an art gallery located on the waterfront of Liverpool, created to display work from the Tate Collection which comprises the national collection of British art from 1500 to the present day, and international modern art. The gallery also hosts regular temporary expositions.
The Albert Dock, where Tate is located, is home to a few fantastic museums, but also restaurants, bars and shops.
Liverpool Central Library
Since its redevelopment in 2013, Liverpool Central Library has become one of the largest and most beautiful libraries in the UK, with collections built up over 150 years.
It is situated William Brown Street, only a short walk from our apart hotels on Duke Street and Rodney Street.
Museum of Liverpool
Explore Liverpool's fascinating, diverse history in this magnificent waterfront museum. More than 6,000 objects bring Liverpool’s incredible heritage to life, celebrating thousands of years of the city’s achievements.
National Museums Liverpool's museums and galleries are open 10am-6pm Tuesdays to Sundays and bank holidays. Booking is not required, but you can make donations on site.