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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
 
The Beatles Story Experience
"Formed in Liverpool in 1960 the Beatles became one of the most successful and critically acclaimed bands of all time. As testament to their success they gained a devoted fan base around the world and the Beatles Story Experience was later created to satisfy the Beatlemania that still grips Liverpool to this day.The attraction was initially based at Liverpool's Albert Dock (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and housed a large exhibition of exciting Beatles memorabilia for fans to see. It quickly proved so popular that a second Beatles Story Experience site was developed at Pier Head a short walk away from the Albert Dock.Both sites are included in your ticket price. While you can start your Beatles Story Experience at either location it's recommended that you start at the Albert Dock site to experience the history of the Beatles first. Listen to an audio guide
From GBP15.00
 
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

More Sports & Outdoors in Earlestown

Canal Path Detour

Seen here from the St Helens Canal towpath are the cottages in the nearby village of Vulcan - once home to an important rubber industry but more importantly for the iron foundry which built...
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Jul 10, 2005

St Helens Canal Walk II

Halfway round the St Helens Canal walk a private access road leads to Bradlegh Old Hall - this was a historic moated house wher Richard III once stayed. All that remains today is the moat and old...
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Jul 10, 2005

St Helens Canal Walk I

The town of Earlestown itself was not the subject of our visit but rather a pleasant 3 mile walk along the St Helens Canal towpath, across the Sankey brook and along a lane flanked by fertile farmland...
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Jul 10, 2005
 
 
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Things to Do Near Earlestown

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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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Trafford Centre

it depends on what way you look at the trafford centre it could be either heaven or hell depending on your thoughts about shopping! All the high street stores can be found here - shame that there are...
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Old Trafford - Manchester United FC

A visit to Old Trafford would not be complete without taking a look at the statue of Sir Alex Ferguson Statue. Sir Alex Ferguson was the most successful manager in Manchester United’s history. The...
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Albert Dock

When it was opened in 1846, Albert Dock was the 1st of it's kind, the 1st enclosed, non-combustible dock warehouse system in the world, and the 1st structure in the UK to be built entirely of cast...
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Central Library

Largest Liverpool Library housed in a listed (Grade 2) building which opened in 1860 as the William Brown Library and Museum Building. The building was extended with the Picton Reading Room (1879),...
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Chinatown

Liverpool as the oldest Chinese community in Europe. A Chinese quarter is known since 1834 and grew due to increasing silk trade. Of course, this is the place to go out if you like to dine out in a...
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"Earlestown and the Sacred Valley"
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