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.
Near to the waterfront is the famous Tate Liverpool which hosts major contemporary art exhibitions throughout the year.
Home to some of Liverpool’s most fantastic museums, eateries and tourist attractions, the Albert Dock is an integral piece of Liverpool’s history and culture.
Liverpool Central Library
William Brown Street
Since it’s 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.
Museum of Liverpool
More than 6,000 objects bring Liverpool’s incredible heritage to life, celebrating thousands of years of the city’s achievements.
M&S Bank Arena
Hosting a wide variety of high-profile performances and exhibitions across the year, the Arena and Convention centre is right at the heart of the Kings Waterfront redevelopment.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic
Home to The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic group, the hall shows world-renowned orchestral shows, as well as some classic and contemporary styles.