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Bev Goodwin
Do & See

Liverpool Cathedral

The largest Anglican cathedral in Britain offers great panoramic views from the top of the tower. The church contains the largest organ in the United Kingdom and the heaviest bell in the world.
Albert Dock

Albert Dock

Originally built in 1846 as the first enclosed non-combustible dock warehouse system in the world. Today, the docks features several museums, gigs, galleries, Beatles, restaurants and many shops.
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Tate Liverpool

The Tate is one of the largest galleries of modern and contemporary art outside of London. Here you will always find interesting exhibitions.
The Walker Museum

The Walker Museum

Founded by local brewer Andrew Barclay Walker in 1877, the Walker Museum holds a fine collection of sculptures and paintings dating back to 1300 through to the present day.
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Liverpool FC Museum and Stadium Tour

This is a must-see for all football fans. Liverpool Football Club has won more European titles than any other English club and has a long-standing rivalry with Manchester United. You do not even have to be interested in soccer to watch a game, just appreciate the cheers and the atmosphere.
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The Beatles Story

A multilingual audio tour guides visitors through The Beatles Story. Here you can join them from their early days in Hamburg to their international superstardom.
Mendips - John Lennon Home

Mendips - John Lennon Home

Take the opportunity and go on a tour in John Lennon´s childhood home where he stayed with his Aunt Mimi and Uncle George. Take the chance to see where several different Beatles songs where composed and rehearsed.
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20 Forthlin Road - Paul McCartney Home

It is possible to combine the tour of Lennon´s home with McCartney´s childhood home. The house is now a part of the National Trust and keep in mind that the only way to get access to inside of the house is with tickets bought through the National Trust.
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