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A great place to admire some of the architecture that Liverpool has on offer. It's a short walk from the Albert Dock and near to the Pier Head. Well worth a visit and you can check out the Liver Building!
The Pier Head, now an UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a reminder of the great days of the transatlantic liners, and is still in use for ferries today. The large promenade area has, as it's backcloth, three buildings known as "The Three Graces", the Liver...More
You can’t visit Liverpool without taking a walk along Pier Head and taking in the view (or even a ferry ride) across the Mersey. Lots of people come here to get a photo with the Beatles statue, but there’s also food and drink stalls to...More
It's the place to visit to view The Liver Buildings close up, the Beatles Statues that Paul McCartney recently made a surprise visit, view the cruise ships and take a trip on a ferry boat across the River Mersey. Occasionally events are held here too...More
A great vantage point to see the docks and the beautiful old buildings that surround it such as the Liver Building. Only a short walk away from the museums and eating places. Well signposted for attractions and very clean. Perfect spot to sit and people...More
We came here just before we were about to leave and it was a nice place to just chill and clear your head
You are by the water, there are many landmarks around.... yet you still feel like you are in a space of your...More
I often took a walk down the pier head to relieve some of the stress as a student. I wouldn't recommend visiting in the middle of the summer as it can get rather busy. If you're a student or live in the city, I'd recommend...More