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One Big Billion Day Out Tour in Liverpool

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Adult   $77.70
Child  (1-15 Years) $51.80
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  • 90-minute walking tour led by a local fun guide who will show you how & why city has changed
  • Visit the “Double Fantasy” John & Yoko exhibition & Cavern Club
  • Radio City Tower Tour 138m above the city with free panoramic map
  • Visit the Beatles Story Museum in the Albert Dock
  • Visit Mathew Street & the famous Cavern Club
The tour starts at 10.30am at the new Beatles statues in front of the iconic Cunard & Liver Buildings. Your fun local tour guide will use a Beatles themed route to show you how & why this vibrant city has changed & you will visit the “Double Fantasy" John Lennon & Yoko Ono exhibition in the Museum of Liverpool. Your guide will then walk you alongside the historical Albert Docks, across the World Heritage Site to visit the famous Cavern Club on Mathew Street.

You will be amazed at how clean this city is and love the architecture which dates back to the time when Liverpool was once the most important Port in the British Empire. There are lots of filming locations along the way and lots of time to take photos and ask questions.

Next it’s the fully accessible Radio City Tower tour 138m above the city in the heart of the £1billion pound retail and leisure area called Liverpool One which was built on an area which was destroyed in the blitz during WW2. Here you will find lots of souvenir shops including the official LFC merchandising store as well as cafes and restaurants where you can buy lunch.

After lunch it’s a short walk to the historical Albert Docks opened in 1846 by Prince Albert to visit the award winning Beatles Story Museum. Here you will see more authentic Beatles memorabilia than anywhere else including the brand new Beatles in India exhibition and their audio tour is available in 10 languages. You are able to take photos in here as you are guided from the early days of John Lennon's 1950’s Skiffle band to the famous White Piano and Imagine.

Walking though the Albert Docks you will pass the Tate Gallery and the Maritime and International Slavery Museum, there is time to visit the second part of the Beatles Story exhibition at the Pier Head, or we suggest you take the 15:00 Ferry and if you wish you can alight at 15:30 at Woodside and visit the U-boat Story and then take the 16:30 ferry arriving back in Liverpool at the end of your amazing day out at 17:00.

The tour ends at Liverpool Pier Head which is around 30 minutes’ walk back to Liverpool Lime Street station if you arrived by train or a 10 minute taxi ride which will cost you around £7.50 for up to 5 people back to the station. You could also take the underground from James Street Station back to Liverpool Lime Street which is less than 5-minutes’ walk from the Pier Head.
Additional information
Please Note:
  • Please reach the meeting point 30 minutes prior to the departure time
  • Please wear appropriate clothing and shoes as some of this tour involves walking
  • Please note that on busy Cruise Ship days we split groups in to manageable numbers
  • We often use a private coach to drop you back at the cruise terminal at the end of the tour
  • Book with confidence on! You can cancel your booking for free up to 96 hours prior departure date and avail full refund otherwise no payment will be refunded
  • Entrance to Museum of Liverpool, Double Fantasy & Cavern Club
  • Local qualified Tour Guide for 90-minute walking tour
  • Radio City Tower Tour
  • Entrance to the Beatles Story Museum
  • 1-hour cruise on the famous Ferry across the Mersey
  • Included option to visit the U-boat story (requires you to alight at Woodside Ferry Terminal)
  • Hotel Transfers
  • Travel to Liverpool
  • Gratuities (Optional)
  • Food and Drinks
Golden Tours World act as an official agent for these activities, as such you are subject to the terms and conditions of the supplier.