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Liverpool Guided Walk & 138m Tower Tour

by Brilliant Liverpool Tours
per adult Price is AU$48
Duration: 3h Free cancellation available No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English

Highlights

  • Informative easy guided walk - local qualified tour guide

  • Extended to 2-hours for 2020 with 5-star review.

  • Visit the Cavern Club, where the Beatles performed 292 times

  • Learn about this city in the footsteps of the Fab4.

  • 138m Tower Tour with free panoramic map.

Highlights

  • Informative easy guided walk - local qualified tour guide

  • Extended to 2-hours for 2020 with 5-star review.

  • Visit the Cavern Club, where the Beatles performed 292 times

  • Learn about this city in the footsteps of the Fab4.

  • 138m Tower Tour with free panoramic map.

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1:00 PM, City Highlights & Beatles Guided Walk with 138m Tower Tour

Duration 3h
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Total price is AU$47.28, taxes included

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10:00 AM, Tour in English

Duration 3h

Live Commentary in English.

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Total price is AU$49.17, taxes included

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Liverpool Guided Walk & 138m Tower Tour

Activity Location

Multiple Locations Visited

Liverpool

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Beatles Statues in front of Mersey Ferry Terminal

    The Beatles Statue Canada Boulevard, Pier Head

    Liverpool L3 1BY


Description

Your local qualified tour guide will explain how and why this vibrant city has changed and you will literally be shown the highlights of Liverpool from 138m above the city when you visit St John's Beacon.

This is an easy 2-hour walking tour from the Beatles Statues on the waterfront alongside the Royal Albert Docks & through the World Heritage Site. You will be guided through the retail and leisure area called Liverpool One, and you will visit the famous Cavern Club on this exciting tour.

Meet your local tour guide by the Liverpool waterfront, starting with “selfies” of the larger-than-life Beatles statues in front of the Liver Buildings. Your guide points out the Dazzle Ferry on the water, with its design by Sir Peter Blake, the artist responsible for the Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover and will explain the maritime history and descirbe the principle waterfront buildings “The Three Graces”. Next its a visit to the Maritime Museum of Liverpool to watch a short Beatles film clip and learn about all of the Beatles being born during WW2 & the Liverpool Blitz.

You're then guided alongside the Royal Albert Docks through the World Heritage Site into the city centre, passing the Town Hall where the Beatles made their homecoming in 1964. Your guide takes you through Liverpool ONE, a modern leisure complex, and to visit the Cavern Club where the Beatles played 292 times from 1961 to 1963. Your last stop on the tour is the Radio City Tower. Rise 453 feet (138 m) above the city with panoramic views on a clear day as far as North Wales.


Inclusions

  • Easy fun guided walking tour in Liverpool

  • Admission to The Cavern Club

  • Admission to Radio City Tower

  • Live tour commentary provided in English during the walking tour


Know Before You Book

  • The Radio City Tower viewing platform's opening hours are 10 AM–5 PM. Last admission is 15 minutes before closing time.

  • Check-in is 10 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.


Liverpool Guided Walk & 138m Tower Tour ratings based on 12 Verified Reviews

4.8 out of 5

5/5 25 Sep. 2019

This was an amazing tour for all Beatles fans, made all the better by a knowledgeable, funny, very personable lady, Lynn Harrison. She answered all questions and gave fantastic little insights into Liverpool.

Elaine S

United Kingdom

3/5 8 Aug. 2019

Highlights of this tour were mainly the John & Yoko Experience and The Cavern Club. There seemed to be a lot of other information that did not directly involve The Beatles. Such as, another singer/performer who also knew somone that The Beatles also knew but had never actually interacted with The Beatles. I did find it ironic that there was not one specific shop dedicated to only the Beatles. Maybe that is something that can be incorporated into the tour.