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Liverpool Ghost Walking Tour
"When the sky grows dark and the street lamps flicker on find your own way to the prearranged meeting point on Liverpool’s famous Hope Street. Make contact with your informative guides and then prepare yourself for a terrifying tour of the city’s spookiest sights.Huddle close to the rest of your group as you take your first tentative steps into Liverpool’s dark past. With your guides leading the way leave behind the hustle and bustle of the main drag and head toward Rodney Street. With more than 40 reported ghost sightings it is one of the most haunted streets in northern England.As you walk listen to the spine-chilling tales of the restless spirits who are said to roam the area after dark. Learn about ‘Lantern Jaw’ the ghost of a man with a huge
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Liverpool Do The Double: River Cruise and Open Top City Sightseeing Bus Tour Combination Ticket
"Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to sailing to redeem your ticket as the ferry departs on the hour between 10am – 4pm.On board this 50-minute river cruise visitors will discover the well-loved legacy of Liverpool and the river Mersey with its musical and maritime history. From The Beatles performing on the Riverboat Shuffle cruises in the early 1960s to tales of smuggling this ferry carries a cargo of memories. Just sit back and enjoy the fascinating commentary wonder at the wildlife and absorb the heritage.Departing hourly the 50-minute river experience sails from Liverpool Pier Head calling at Seacombe and Woodside
From GBP16.00
 
"Liverpool Experience including River Cruise
Liverpool Experience"Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to sailing to redeem your ticket as the ferry departs on the hour between 10am – 4pm.On board this 50-minute river cruise visitors will discover the well-loved legacy of Liverpool and the river Mersey with its musical and maritime history. From The Beatles performing on the Riverboat Shuffle cruises in the early 1960s to tales of smuggling this ferry carries a cargo of memories. Just sit back and enjoy the fascinating commentary wonder at the wildlife and absorb the heritage.Departing hourly the 50-minute river experience sails from Liverpool Pier Head
From GBP21.00

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Canal Boating

Wigan is also situated on the Leeds to Liverpool Canal so you may well arrive in Wigan by narow boat! Whilst it doesn't have the spectacular Bingley Five Rise lock staircase section (much further...
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Where is Wigan

Wigan straddles the North Western border between Greater Manchester and Lancashire, its between junctions 24 and 27 of the M6 and junctions 5 and 6 of the M61. By rail it lies between Warrington and...
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Wigan Pier

Like most people I have heard of Wigan Pier due to the famous George Orwell book 'The Road to Wigan Pier'. He wrote this in 1937. I knew the pier was a joke thus thought it did not exist. I was...
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Mab's Cross

I went looking for Mab's Cross because I kept reading or hearing about it everywhere I went in Wigan. I first came across it reading information in The Moon Under Water Pub, then in the Church of All...
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The Museum of Wigan Life

I am not hugely fond of museums but I visited The Museum of Wigan Life for two reasons: one - to see the building itself, and two - to get out of the non-stop pouring rain. The Museum of Wigan Life...
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The Church of All Saints

After visiting Wigan Pier I walked to The Church of All Saints in Wallgate just off the main street. This is a beautiful building with a tall war memorial outside it. The Church of All Saints is an...
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The Face of Wigan

The Face of Wigan is a large sculpture of a face located outside Wigan's civic centre. It was sculpted by Nick Kirby and paid for by Modus, the owners of the Grand Arcade. It is worth having a look at...
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George Formby Statue

George Formby is one of Wigan's native sons. There is a statue of him playing his famous ukelele in the Grand Arcade Shopping Centre. We took a look at it before Peter went off to his match. George...
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"Discovering the Wigan Way"
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"Uncle Joes mint balls an a Pier"
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"The Road to Wigan Pier"
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"Wonderful Wigan."
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"Pride of the Northwest"
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