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Places to Visit, Things to Do and Days Out in or near Liverpool

Liverpool City is a vibrant, interesting place to visit. Boasting two Cathedrals, both major attractions in themselves and internationally renowned for their architecture. A selection of Museums and Art Galleries to explore with many exciting exhibitions held throughout the year. A shoppers paradise along with a huge variety of restaurants and entertainment otpions. Places to Visit in or near Liverpool Blue Planet Aquarium and Speke Hall, Garden & Estate are listed below.
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10.3 miles from the centre of Liverpool
Discover the underwater world at Blue Planet Aquarium Blue Planet Aquarium provides an incredible voyage of discovery through the underwater world from freshwater lakes and streams to mangrove swamps, rocky shores, stunning coral reefs and mighty ocean depths. Blue Planet Aquarium has the largest collection of Sharks in Europe including awesome three-metre-long Sand Tiger Sharks in a 3.8 million litre Caribbean Reef viewable from a 70-metre underwater tunnel! Other displays are home t...
6.2 miles from the centre of Liverpool
Explore Speke Hall and Gardens The gardens at Speke Hall are set in one of the most industrialised areas of South Liverpool, and despite this there is an air of being in the countryside. The restored, largely modern garden with its dry moat has spring bulbs, formal flower beds, a rose garden with many modern varieties, a summer borders and Stream garden. There are woodland walks and magnificent views of the Mersey basin and North Wales hills from The Bund. The National Trust is continu...
6.2 miles from the centre of Liverpool
Explore Speke Hall and Gardens Speke Hall is a half-timbered house with a moat dating from 16th century, with the inside spanning many periods. The Great Hall and priest hole are wonderful examples of the Tudor era while the Oak Parlour and smaller rooms are distinctively Victorian. This rambling house has an interesting collection of carved furniture, tapestries and Jacobean plasterwork. Some of the smaller rooms are hung with William Morris wallpapers showing the Victorian desire fo...
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