Our Pick of Best Liverpool Tours

Beatles tours of Liverpool


Visiting a city like Liverpool is guaranteed to be exciting, but with so much to explore and see, choosing where to start can often be overwhelming- so that is why we have made it simple, and compiled our list of the best pick of Liverpool tours!

Whether you are looking to explore the city on foot or from the comfort of a private cab, Liverpool Tour Company is dedicated to providing you with a unique experience, because whether you’re visiting the city for the first or fiftieth time there is always something new to discover!


Create Your Own Tour: Best Liverpool Tours

As the birthplace of the Beatles, a trip to Liverpool would not be complete without a visit to some of the cities most iconic music landmarks! Taking around 2 hours, this Beatles walking tour is gently paced and city centre based, meaning that there are plenty of opportunities to soak up the atmosphere, and become immersed in Beatle-Mania!

Starting by the river Mersey, you’ll be invited to snap a picture with the bronze statue of the Fab 4 before meandering down vibrant Castle Street where you will find Liverpool Town Hall. Here, you may be lucky enough to be invited inside to see the names of the Beatles inscribed on the list of Honorary Freeman in the entrance hall!

A short walk later, and you will find yourself on Mathew Street, where you will be able to rub shoulders (quite literally) with Scouse icons John Lennon and Cilla Black, as you pose for a photo with their lifesize statues! However, nothing can quite compare to entering the world famous Cavern Club, where the Beatles themselves often played! Littered with memorabilia, and relics of the Beatles past, our guides will point you in the right direction to discover more about the four Liverpool lads before allowing you some time to explore independently!

Moving forward to a pub with strong Beatles connections, you will find yourself at the White Star! We encourage you to enjoy a drink and rest in the seats once sat in by the Beatles themselves- as a traditional Liverpool pub, this establishment delivers the balance between heritage and atmosphere!

Finally, your Liverpool Beatles walking tour will conclude with a photo opp next to the Eleanor Rigby statue which was gifted to the city by artist Tommy Steele in 1982! An image necessary for any true Beatles fan – Liverpool city buskers can often be found playing along Stanley Street, meaning that you may finish the tour listening to the start of the next generation of Beatles! This truly is one of the most immersive Liverpool Tours featuring all things Beatles within the city centre!


Best Liverpool Tours: Jamaica Street Liverpool Street Art

If you don’t fancy walking around the city, why not let us do the hard work and escort you on a Liverpool tour via the comfort of your very own private taxi cab! A truly personalised experience, this is one of our best Liverpool tours conducted by local cabbies, who know the city like the back of their hands! Full of that trademark Scouse humour and wit, our cabbies will ensure that you see the best that Liverpool has to offer- whether that be heritage, culture or football. This tour has something for everyone and can be adapted to the interests of your party, so why not hop in and find out more about the city!

Once our authentic cabbies have picked you up from the door of your Liverpool accommodation or home, you will then be taken to Liverpool’s Historic Waterfront, which includes the Pier Head, the Albert Dock and the Liverpool Marina. Here your tour guide will highlight the points of interest and immerse you into the history of Liverpool’s heritage. 

After a fix of history and heritage, your local expert will take you to vibrant Jamaica Street which is rich with art, music and culture. This street is littered with murals from local artists, including a larger than life portrait of honorary Scouser Jurgen Klopp- so why not pass the camera to our cabbie and snap a few pictures to remember the moment! Speaking of icons, your next stop along the way will be one of Liverpool’s stunning Cathedrals where you will be invited inside and able to delve deeper into Liverpool’s religious heritage!

A short drive later, and you will arrive into Liverpool’s Museum Quarter, which includes a stop off at the stunning St Georges Hall. You may recognise this location from many famous films, but most notably, from 2022, as Gotham City in the hit movie “Batman”! We encourage you to take in the beauty of this landmark, and take note of the Greek and Roman inspiration weaved into the architecture!

From one landmark to another, you will then be driven to Anfield, home of the world famous Liverpool Football Club! The option to add a stadium tour is available to enhance  this element of the trip, or if not we recommend a visit to the official club shop to pick up some authentic LFC souvenirs!

From here, you will be transported to one of Liverpool’s hidden gems- The Isla Gladstone Conservatory. Located in Stanley Park, this landmark has undergone a £14 million restoration, meaning that this area is incredibly picturesque, and the perfect way to conclude a tour around the unique city that is Liverpool!


Our list of out favourite and best Liverpool tours will continue to grow. Watch this space!



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