Enjoy your Time in Liverpool: What to do this spring?
Since the dark and grim days of the 1980s, the major cities of the UK have enjoyed something of regeneration. Manchester and Liverpool best embody this, with the latter having even being accredited as the European Capital of Culture in 2008. While this may come as a surprise to some, Liverpool has always had a rich cultural heritage that traverses the boundaries of music, sport and literature. From the Beatles to Liverpool Football Club, the city has a narrative that everyone can aspire to.
As befitting such a location, there are a number of activities to enjoy in Liverpool this spring, these include:
Visit the Tate Modern in Liverpool
The weather during springtime in Liverpool is likely to be changeable, so you may want to enjoy indoor activities and visit the Tate Modern art museum. Holding a national collection of British artwork that ranges from the year 1500 to the modern day, you can take a unique journey through traditional and contemporary pieces that offer a fascinating insight into the UK’s genuinely incredible history.
Spend your time at a Liverpool Casino
Although you may not think it, Liverpool is also home to one of the most active gaming communities in the UK. According to the UK statistics, Liverpudlians are well known for their gambling, while residents of this famous city also have the best win ratio in relation to the available body of players. So why not immersive yourself in this aspect of the cities culture, and visit the famous Genting Club in Liverpool’s popular Queen Square.
Take a Beatles Taxi Ride
The Beatles remain the worlds’ most famous band, and the city has moved to celebrate this in a unique taxi tour. This helps to narrate the brands’ history, while also taking you to iconic locations that helped to forge the careers and lives of Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. If you are a Beatles fan with a passion for learning and travel, this tour is absolutely ideal for you.
If your next stop is London, make sure you check out a list of our favourite things to do in London. We have everything you need to plan your trip to London, including what to pack (and what not to pack 😉 ) in our Guide to London.