Liverpool has a unique culture and heritage, with a large collection of museums and two magnificent cathedrals. It’s also a city with a reputation; a reputation for music, comedy, football and, at the heart of all of this, its people.
What’s included in your day trip to Liverpool from Manchester:
Meet and Greet Service at Manchester Piccadilly Station
Meet our representative at The Mayfield Bar and receive your train tickets and a welcome pack containing your itinerary, payment vouchers, maps and travel tips.
Return Train from Manchester to Liverpool
Take the train to Liverpool (journey time: approx. 50 minutes).
Sightseeing bus tour with live guide commentary
Your hop/off sightseeing bus stops near all the best attractions in Liverpool.
Britain’s largest Cathedral – 5th in the World
Visit the unique Anglican cathedral finished in 1978 after 74 years of construction.
The Beatles Story – The world’s largest ‘Beatles’ exhibition
An award-winning visitor attraction and the world’s largest permanent exhibition purely devoted to the lives and times of The Fab Four.
River Explorer Cruise aboard the world-famous Mersey Ferry
See Liverpool’s most iconic waterfront sights on a 50-minute cruise.
The Albert Dock – stunning UNESCO World Heritage site
The heart of Liverpool’s historic waterfront with bars, cafes, restaurants & shops.
Free entrance to Liverpool’s best attractions
Including the Albert Dock, Liverpool Cathedral, Museum of Liverpool, Maritime Museum, Tate Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery, The Bluecoat, St George’s Hall, The Metropolitan Cathedral and the World Museum.
Monday to Saturday: Meet and Greet 08:40/ Train departure 09:07
Sunday: Meet and Greet 08:45/ Train departure 09:12
Trains return to Manchester approx. every 30 minutes until approx. 10pm
Please note that all day trips by train are self-guided/ unescorted.