Travel Updates:
Please note: Saturday 25th May – The first bus will be 11 am from the Albert Dock because of the Rock n Roll half marathon. Sunday 26th May we will not be running as the Rock n Roll Marathon is taking place in the city and most of the waterfront will be closed to vehicles. Stop 7 is out of action for the next few days because of roadworks of Brownlow Hill nearest stop for Metropolitan Cathedral is stop 8 Philharmonic Pub.

Liverpool Sightseeing Tours Summer 2017

04th June 2017 / Latest News
liverpool sightseeing tours summer 2017

Summer is on it’s way and now is the perfect time to get out and enjoy one of our Liverpool Sightseeing tours! City Explorer Liverpool hosts the most exciting tour of Liverpool’s many attractions in a top of the range open top bus, giving you the best view of the city!

Some of the most popular stops include:

The Echo Arena:

One of Liverpool’s most popular live music venues, as well as other exiting live events,  the Echo Arena is one of the the most prestigious venues in the UK. Since it’s launch in 2008, the Echo arena has been the city’s landmark entertainment venue with a giant 11,000 seater capacity.

You can see what’s on at the echo arena on their upcoming events page here:

Albert Dock:

The Albert Dock is a complex of dock buildings and warehouses and features the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the country. The Albert dock houses many attractions, restaurants, bars & art exhibitions/ museums. Some of the most popular include, The Beatles Story, Tate Liverpool and the Merseyside Maritime Museum.

Metropolitan Cathedral & Liverpool Cathedral:

Located on opposite ends of Hope Street, The Metropolitan & Liverpool Anglican Cathedral are vastly different in their architecture and faiths. “If you want a Cathedral, we’ve got one to spare…” so goes the old Liverpool folk song.

St Luke’s Church (The Bombed Out Church)

St Luke’s Church, (or better known as the Bombed Out church to the locals) is one of Liverpool’s most iconic attractions. The church got it’s name during world war two. One night, during a bombing from German Warplanes, a bomb struck the church, however it fell through the roof tiles and exploded inside, scorching the interior however leaving the building structure completely intact.

Are you coming from out of town with your dog? Instead of walking them around all day, why not book a doggy daycare session so they can have their own luxury day.

For a full list of all of the stops included on our Liverpool Sightseeing tours, please check our website here:

You can purchase your tickets for the City Explorer Tour of Liverpool City Centre on the day by turning up at the pick up point however to avoid disappointment, we recommend purchasing through our official website here:

For more information, contact us via 0151 933 2324 or email bookings@maghullcoaches.co.uk for enquiries.

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