Private Tour of the most famous, iconic and historical locations.
See the sights of Liverpool and learn about its history–dating all the way back to 1207 on this walking tour. Save hours of research time and instead, let your historian guide explain the timeline of the city. The tour visits highlights such as the Royal Liver Building, Liverpool Town Hall, the Queen Victoria Monument, the Old Dock, and the Royal Albert Dock.
- See many of Liverpool’s famous landmarks on one tour
- Learn where to find some of the city’s oldest medieval relics
- A historian guide will enrich the tour with local stories
- A great choice for travelers looking for an overview of the city
What To Expect
Royal Liver Building
Royal Liver Building (Three Graces) The Time Walk History Tour Begins at the Famous Royal Liver Building were you will receive an introduction to the Tour and discover the fascinating History of Liverpool’s iconic Three Graces before walking through time across Liverpool on a Fascinating History Walk. 10 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included
Liverpool Parish Church Gardens
We will then Walk across the Liverpool Strand to the site of the Oldest Building in Liverpool City Centre, once known as St. Nicholas’ Church, named after the Patron Saint of the Sea, a fitting name for Liverpool’s affiliation with the Oceans across the World, through Global Trade, especially the Atlantic. Here, you will discover the Medieval Origins of Liverpool from 1207 as we learn first hand from the primary evidence located here of Liverpool’s creation in the 13th Century. 15 minutes • Admission Ticket Free
Old Hall Street
We will then travel through time down Old Hall Street, built in the 13th Century the site of the Old Town Hall after Liverpool Received its Town Charter. Walking past the Grade I Listed Buildings to the Cotton Exchange, which was the site were trade from across the world took place. This site represents Liverpool’s Growth as a Global Port, overtaking London in the Cotton Trade by the late 18th Century. Here you shall be provided an in-depth History Tour of Liverpool’s infamous past in Atlantic Trade. 10 minutes • Admission Ticket Free
Liverpool Town Hall
You shall then Discover Liverpool Town Hall, built in 1749 and the finest surviving Georgian Building in the UK. Here you will be provided an academic History of the building and how Liverpool became a Global Port City and Centre of Commerce. 10 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included
Castle Street Travel back to the 18th Century by walking down Liverpool’s Famous Castle Street. This destination is a literal time walk as the architecture and buildings show Liverpool’s evolving past and development. Discover Liverpool Castle and the fascinating importance of Castle Street, and its distinct past. 15 minutes • Admission Ticket Free
Queen Victoria Monument
Here you will be provided with a fascinating and Entertaining in-depth History of the site of Liverpool Castle and Liverpool’s development to becoming largest Port on the Planet for Global Trade by 1800. 10 minutes • Admission Ticket Free
We will then walk through modern Liverpool One. Where you will receive a Guided Tour of the Iconic Shopping Destination and its Shops and Attractions. 10 minutes • Admission Ticket Free
The Old Dock
Discover and Receive an Exclusive Guided History Tour of the Old Dock Site of Liverpool. The First Commercial Wet Dock on the Planet built in 1715. Learn how this Dock catapulted Liverpool to become the most efficient Port in the World and the First of its Kind. 10 minutes • Admission Ticket Free
Royal Albert Dock Liverpool
We shall then walk to the 1800s to Royal Albert Dock built in 1846 to learn the magnificent History of The Centre of Liverpool’s Commerce in the 19th Century and the site of Liverpool’s significant involvement in the First and Second World Wars. 10 minutes • Admission Ticket Free
Royal Liver Building
The Tour reaches its Final Destination at the Three Graces with a fascinating Final Tour of the Three Graces and Liverpool’s Waterfront.
5 minutes • Admission Ticket Free
Meeting And Pickup
Liver Building Liver Bldg, Pier Head, Liverpool L3 1HU,
Meet us at the Entrance of the Iconic Royal Liver Building.
Queen Victoria Monument One Derby Square, James St, Liverpool L2 1AB, UK
The Tour ends at the Queen Victoria Monument at the bottom of of the famous Castle Street, a Central Location for access to the most popular sites and areas.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible Service animals allowed Near public transportation
- Transportation is wheelchair accessible
- Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
- Most travellers can participate
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 30 travellers
Welcome to Liverpool
Once coal-streaked and industrial and now thrumming with dynamism and new life, northerly Liverpool has blossomed into one of England’s must-visit cultural centers. Partial credit goes to the Beatles—local Liverpool lads—whose reflected glory can be seen at The Beatles Story and the historic Cavern Club. But that’s just the start of things to do in Liverpool. Where shipping facilities once stood, the city’s revamped Albert Docks are now a major tourist destination, while landmarks such as Liverpool Cathedral, a cohort of exceptional museums, and Anfield Stadium (home to Liverpool FC) all bring in the crowds.
Top 15 attractions in Liverpool