Liverpool Docks is a fantastic place to experience water activities and to see the World Heritage site from a different perspective.
If there’s one thing you’re likely to know about Liverpool, it’s that the world’s most famous band hailed from the city. And it’s fair to say that Liverpudlians aren’t shy of shouting about it! Come to Liverpool and you’ll immediately notice the numerous ways the band are celebrated across the city. Visit the Beatles Story museum and then take it all in the old fashioned way by taking an independent tour around crucial sights such as Penny Lane , the Cavern Club and the childhood homes of the Fab Four.
No nearby hostels found.
Other things to do nearby
Liverpool is a great city for cycling and if you don't have your own bicycle, the reception staff at YHA Liverpool can help you out with bike and equipment hire from City Bikes and Bike To Go which ar
Unbeknown to many, Liverpool has the highest number of galleries and museums of any UK city except for London.
Can you break out of Liverpool's live escape room game? You've got 60 minutes to escape a locked room by finding clues and solving puzzles with your team. Visit the Breakout website
Anfield Stadium is the home of Liverpool Football Club. Soak up the atmosphere on a tour of the legendary Anfield Stadium and Museum or, if you're visiting the city at a weekend, watch a match.
Liverpool’s passion for football is famous worldwide, and in Liverpool and Everton , the city can boast two of the English game’s most historically successful football teams.
Awesome Walls Climbing Centre is a 10 minute drive from YHA Liverpool. It is Liverpool's best climbing wall, offering a safe environment where climbing is fun.
These amazing statues are a sight to behold. 100 cast iron replicas of the artist’s body, spread over a 3km stretch of beach.
If you're a shopaholic, foodie, or looking for somewhere to socialise, Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet is the destination for it all.
One of The Best Aquariums with Europe's Largest Collection of Sharks.
At Chester Zoo, you're never too old to have fun and learn something new about our planet and its inhabitants. With over 35,000 animals to meet, there's something for everyone.
Chester's bewitching beauty and unique atmosphere make it one of Britain's most popular places for an unforgettable short break. The ancient city is a truly breathtaking experience.
Chester Cathedral is many things to many people: A vibrant community of worship, an ancient abbey, an archaeological treasure, a cultural hub, a centre of musical excellence and a unique ble
A ramble along the Chester City Walls is great for history fanatics.
Grosvenor Park is a popular attraction all year round.
Delamere, south-west of Manchester, is a place to let off steam, escape the crowds and find peace in the heart of the forest. Accessible by its very own train station, you’ll find easy-going t