Bus Company wants to take you to Liverpool, home to one of Britain's largest industrial heritage sites. By comparison to most of northern England, Liverpool was rooted in the industrial revolution when it became a major port. This has made it a center for diversity and culture as people from all over the world moved through Liverpool to England. The city is a haven for music fans, producing 'Merseybeat,' a musical style created by The Beatles, The Who and The Kinks. Tour bus will be delighted to take you Liverpool, considered a 'capital of culture' in both England and Europe, with its many art galleries, museums and lively nightlife. Here are some of the highlights of this city that will inspire you on your next trip to Liverpool.
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1. Albert Dock
Albert Dock reflects Liverpool's vibrant industrial history, made up of warehouses and factories along the waterfront. Albert Dock was the world's first non-combustible storage facility since 1846, as the construction uses iron and brick instead of wood. Historically, Albert Dock has been one of the world's leading and groundbreaking docks and a leader in innovations such as hydraulic cranes. Nowadays, Albert Dock is a heritage site and draws around 4,000,000 tourists per year. Tour bus will be the best assistant to explore this great place where you can find entertainment and food, as well as discover the well-preserved history of this maritime area.
2. The Beatles Story
This venue, the hub of Liverpool's contemporary art scene, was founded by Alan Bowness, who was Tate's director in the 1980s. After deciding that he wanted to open the so-called 'Tate of the North,' construction started in the deceased warehouse in Albert Dock. The award-winning architect James Stirling was born in 1985, which led to the eventual design of Tate Liverpool: a building with the sleek elegance of a modern art gallery that still retains its traditional shop features. Bus company has been a major player since its founding in 1988 when it comes to hosting international tour exhibitions..
3. World Museum
Chartered Bus would like to bring you to one of Liverpool's major museums, offering exhibits on natural science, history, space and more. The museum has been in existence since 1851 but has been revamped several times to accommodate its increasing collections (and popularity with visitors!) The museum also includes an aquarium and a live bug house, home to a variety of exotic beasts. There is also a planetary that displays regularly to those who are interested in astronomy. The museum is free to visit, making it an ideal place for a day out.
4. Sefton Park
Constructed over nearly 250 acres, this Grade I-listed park offers plenty of lush green space. Tour bus guarantee children enjoy the giant playground, while those looking for horticulture will visit the Victorian Palm House, home to Liverpool's impressive botanical gardens. Waterfalls, caves, etc. It's like living on a different planet.
Bus company says Liverpool's Spaceport is the perfect day ride for outer space and space explorers. The center has a number of rooms focused on various topics, including the solar system and the spacecraft, each with its own hands-on activities. There is also a 'interactive world' where activities and games rely on gravity and light. Bus company suggests finishing your trip with a visit to the planetary to learn more about space. Chartered Bus Guarantee Spaceport is great for family fun or anybody who enjoys the Milky Way!
6. Liverpool Cathedral
Liverpool Cathedral is Britain's largest religious building and the fifth largest cathedral in the world. Built between 1904 and 1978, it is open to the public every day of the year. Here you can admire the highest and widest Gothic arches in the world, the largest organ in the United Kingdom, and a range of beautiful stained-glass windows. Tour bus does admit that the Cathedral also hosts art exhibitions and charity dinners throughout the year, so it's worth checking out the website before your tour.
7. The Baltic Triangle
Occupying an industrial area heavily bombed during the Second World War, the Baltic Triangle 's former factories are now filled with music clubs, art galleries and independent boutiques. Don't miss the Baltic Market, a street food haven in the beautiful Cains Brewery block. Expect stuff like haloumi fries, prosecco ice lollies and artisan pizzas.
Bus rental would like to introduce Liverpool's Chinatown, home to Europe's oldest Chinese community, as well as an impressive selection of Chinese businesses, food shops and facilities. Enter via the Chinatown Gate – an unmissable arch, the largest of its kind outside of China, originally set up in Shanghai, a town synonymous with Liverpool. The streets here are numbered in English and Chinese, adorned with elegant lanterns. Grab a bite to eat here and enjoy some authentic East Asian cuisine. Seek North Garden for delicious local food. Or if you want to make your own, stop by the Chung Wah Supermarket and pick up some fresh produce and Chinese specialties.
9. The Royal Liver Building
Established between 1908 and 1911, the Grade I Royal Liver Building is one of the icons of Liverpool's UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was constructed as an insurance firm by Walter Aubrey Thomas and was one of the first buildings in the world to be built using reinforced concrete. The most remarkable features are its two clock towers, at the top of which are two mythical, cormorant-like birds of the liver. It is the most prominent landmark in the city.
10. The Cavern Club
The Cavern Club is recognised in the world of music as the birthplace of the Beatles in their early years. Originally founded as a jazz club in 1957, the Cavern Club soon became a rock and roll hub in the 1960s. John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison played here with the other bands before the Beatles were created. The club also housed other stars such as The Rolling Stones, Queen, Elton John and The Who until they were shut down in the early 1970s. The club is considered to be the core of Liverpool's culture and heritage, and was rebuilt in 1984 using original bricks and plans. Since then, it has hosted a variety of world-famous British acts such as the Oasis and the Arctic Monkeys. Bus rental invites you to visit the new Cavern Club to take a snapshot of the stage or to take an alternative act in the footsteps of their idols.
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