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Liverpool: Liverpool Football Club Museum and Stadium Tour

1. Liverpool: Liverpool Football Club Museum and Stadium Tour

Explore Anfield Stadium and learn the history of Liverpool FC at the interactive museum. Visit exclusive areas, including the Player’s Tunnel and Dressing Rooms, with live guides and audio guides on hand. Start your tour in the expanded Main Stand and enjoy views of the pitch and Liverpool’s skyline. Experience how the stadium comes alive on matchdays using immersive technology. Gain an insight into the club’s history and access to must-see areas such as the Press Conference Room, the This Is Anfield sign, Player’s Tunnel, Managerial Dugout, and the Dressing Rooms.  The stadium tour will be enhanced by a multimedia handset alongside your tour guides on hand to answer any questions. Your ticket also includes entry to The LFC Story where the team’s history is brought to life through never seen before displays.  Explore The Boom Room: The Epic Story of Jurgen Klopp's Dream Team, a museum exhibition paying homage to the players and all who contributed to making this dream a reality. Also, see the six European Cups and discover over 125 years of LFC history.

Liverpool: The Beatles Story Ticket

2. Liverpool: The Beatles Story Ticket

Embark on a magical mystery tour and see how four young lads from Liverpool were propelled to dizzying heights of fame and fortune from humble childhood beginnings. Replicas of the Casbah, Mathew Street and The Cavern authentically capture the early 60s, allowing you to experience firsthand the very places that helped make The Beatles the biggest band in the world. Hear the story unfold through our ‘Living History’ audio guides available in 11 different languages (English, Brazilian-Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, Korean, Polish, Russian and Spanish). Let all this take you down to the Beatles Story.  In 2018, The Beatles Story celebrates 50 years since The Beatles travelled to India with the launch of a special exhibition. ‘Beatles In India’ looks at this key period in time with new memorabilia, imagery and personal accounts from people who were there with them.

Liverpool Beatles Museum Ticket

3. Liverpool Beatles Museum Ticket

Experience the Liverpool Beatles Museum which is home to one of the largest Beatles collections in the world, featuring over 1000 never before seen authentic items across three floors. Enjoy a new perspective on the greatest rock and roll band of all time. The Grade II listed building is situated in the heart of Liverpool on the world-famous Mathew Street, only yards away from the iconic Cavern Club. Visit the museum and embark on a journey through the early days in Liverpool and Hamburg, their rise to worldwide fame, and their innovative studio years. See original guitars and drums from the band’s Hamburg days, John Lennon's Sgt Pepper medals, the white cello from Magical Mystery Tour, Paul McCartney’s bass amp, and more at the Liverpool Beatles Museum. Explore hundreds of other personal items, including never before seen letters, exclusive interviews with the band members, and previously unseen footage of the Beatles at this one-of-a-kind museum.

Liverpool: British Music Experience Ticket

4. Liverpool: British Music Experience Ticket

Journey through more than 6 decades of popular culture at the British Music Experience in the heart of Liverpool. Whatever age you are, and whatever you are into, there is something here for you. There are outfits worn by artists from Freddie Mercury and Dusty Springfield, to the Spice Girls, and Adam Ant and musical instruments played by some of the world’s most renowned artists from Noel Gallagher to the Sex Pistols. See over 600 artifacts, such as handwritten song lyrics from Adele, the original statues from the Brits, and the Apple Corp front door from Saville Row. You can also get involved. You can learn a musical instrument with the best music equipment available, from drum kits to keyboards, and dance the decades in our dance studio! After the main event, browse an exclusive range of gifts, clothing, books, and memorabilia from the shop and you can rest those dancing feet with a selection of delicious snacks and meals in the Star Café. Also included in admission is Don’t You Forget About Me, a temporary exhibition celebrating the massive contribution to British Rock and Pop made by Scottish artists. Discover iconic pieces from bands and artists who have helped shape the global music landscape over more than 60 years. See the Burberry coat worn by Midge Ure in the classic Ultravox pop video for Vienna, as well as the Tom Ford leather `Elvis’ outfit designed for Texas lead singer Sharleen Spiteri and the Issey Miyake coat worn by Biffy Clyro’s Simon Neil. Instruments loaned for the exhibition include Cream legend Jack Bruce’s Aria bass guitar, and a Fender Stratocaster used by Big Country frontman and Skids guitarist Stuart Adamson, as well as an Ibanez acoustic guitar played by John McGeoch, once of Magazine and Siouxsie and the Banshees.

Liverpool Football Club: Legends Q&A and Stadium Tour

5. Liverpool Football Club: Legends Q&A and Stadium Tour

Take a tour of Anfield stadium and visit the home of Liverpool FC – sacred ground to any diehard Liverpool fans. Enjoy an exclusive Q&A with a Liverpool legend. Visit the Liverpool FC museum. Take a tour of the LFC Stadium. Hear personal memories, dressing room tales, and funny anecdotes from a Liverpool legend during a Q&A session. Have the chance to ask any questions you have. Take a photograph with a former Liverpool player and get their autograph. Legends include Ian Callaghan, Jan Molby, John Aldridge, Phil Neal, Phil Thompson, and Terry McDermott. Tour the stadium and  walk out of the player’s tunnel underneath the legendary “This is Anfield Sign.” See epic views of the city from the highest level of the main stand. Step into the home and away team's dressing room. Snap a photo with your favorite team member’s jersey. See the Kop, the press room, and the manager’s dugout. Visit the Liverpool FC Museum and see memorabilia from the team’s history including 6 European Cups.

Liverpool: The Anfield Stadium Origins Tour

6. Liverpool: The Anfield Stadium Origins Tour

To celebrate our 130th Anniversary, don’t miss your chance to enjoy the hidden history and mural external tour around Liverpool Football Clubs Stadium as The Anfield Origins Tour returns with brand new highlights. Liverpool Football Club is one of the most famous and successful clubs in the world but there is a lot that has changed since Liverpool Football Club was founded in 1892. Embark on a journey that unpacks the many marvellous historical stories and anecdotes from 130 years, starting from the late 19th century to the present day. Each tour will be led by a friendly and knowledgeable guide, giving you the feel of a VIP tour and the chance to ask a lot of questions along the way. On the Anfield Origins Tour, you will: • Walk in the footsteps of our founding father, John Houlding • Learn about the oldest remaining part of Anfield • Understand about some of the iconic figures that have helped to shape the club’s story • Discover the fascinating history of Stanley Park • Marvel at some of the amazing wall art murals around the stadium • Find out about the world-famous pub where Liverpool Football Club was established Following the tour, make a visit to the LFC Museum and find out more about the club’s illustrious history. Parking Restrictions at Anfield 1st June – 23rd June During this period, Stanley Park car park will be closed to the public due to concert preparations and Anfield Road construction works. If you are visiting Anfield between 1st June – 23rd June, limited parking is available in Utting Avenue car park. The postcode is L4 7UR. Stadium Tours & Museum will be closed on all concert days including 9th June, 17th June and 20th June.

Liverpool Football Club: Museum Ticket

7. Liverpool Football Club: Museum Ticket

Football fan or not, no visit to Anfield Stadium is complete without a visit to the Liverpool FC Story and the Trophy Collection, which is home to Liverpool Football Club's silverware and memorabilia. Discover illustrious trophies and over 125 years of LFC history. Visitors to The Liverpool FC Story can visit the Club’s vibrant exhibition celebrating the epic achievements of the 19/20 season squad. This exhibition pays homage to the players and all who contributed to making this dream a reality. Showcasing memorabilia and the personalities as well as world-class footballing talent, it gives a unique exploration into the DNA of this historic Liverpool team. A must-see for all Liverpool FC fans. Parking Restrictions at Anfield 1st June – 23rd June During this period, Stanley Park car park will be closed to the public due to concert preparations and Anfield Road construction works. If you are visiting Anfield between 1st June – 23rd June, limited parking is available in Utting Avenue car park. The postcode is L4 7UR. Stadium Tours & Museum will be closed on all concert days including 9th June, 17th June and 20th June.

Liverpool: Strawberry Field Entry Ticket

8. Liverpool: Strawberry Field Entry Ticket

Visit Strawberry Field, a former Salvation Army children’s home in the suburbs of Liverpool, made famous by the 1967 Beatles’ song ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’. Through archival footage, photographs, timelines, and a specialist media guide, experience the world where John Lennon played as a child and what happened behind the famous red gates. Immerse yourself in the life and times of Lennon through interactive exhibitions, and then enjoy a walk through the garden and woods, which some visitors claim to be a spiritually lifting experience. At Strawberry Field, you can also learn about the links with the Salvation Army and the work carried out here today as part of the ‘Steps to Work’ program. After you’ve explored, relax with some refreshments at the Imagine More Cafe and wander through the onsite gift shop.

Liverpool: Western Approaches WWII Museum Ticket

9. Liverpool: Western Approaches WWII Museum Ticket

Explore Western Approaches HQ, which was a top-secret bunker vital to the war effort during WWII. Explore the labyrinth of rooms where over 300 people secretly worked during the war years. Walk through hidden rooms and discover how operations in the bunker protected the tactics of the British Armed Forces on the Western Approaches. See the documents and tools which were used to monitor enemy convoys, and subsequently, inform the British government. Discover one of only two surviving wartime phones which had a direct connection to the London War Cabinet. See where Commanders, the Women's Royal Naval Service, and Women's Auxiliary Air Force personnel worked day and night in the Operations Room. Learn how they monitored convoy routes and vital shipping lines, pin-pointing enemy locations on a huge map wall. Discover a recreated war-torn street with shops, a pub and even an unexploded bomb, to get a sense of how life was for citizens during the war.

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What people are saying about Liverpool

Me and my partner had a brilliant time going. The last time he went was with his taid but unfortunately his taid passed away earlier this year and it brought back memories of them going together, we bought his taid a shirt and that came with us today . It was a great experience to go and will be going again.

W brilliant tour around the stadium and museum. Audio guide was easy to use and good to listen to. Great day for kids too.

Allow plenty of time for taking photos. And don't wear yellow shirt as it don't show on the green screen photos

It was an aswome well organized tour. Wonderful experience.

Very well organised and informative. A must for any fan.