Walk Safe Tours - Route 3 - Culture, Docks & Waterfront

From GBP £14.00
  • Duration: 2 Hours (approx.)
  • Location: Liverpool, Merseyside
  • Product code: PWT1Q8

2-hour Liverpool Socially Distanced Guided Walking Tour in small groups. Explore the World Heritage Site & take great photos and learn all about the Maritime History, Slave Trade. Marvel at magnificent Georgian and Victorian architecture, street art, statues and enjoy a guided walk along the waterfront your tour guide will bring the city to life on this tour whilst avoiding all the busiest places. 

This is Tour 3 of our series of tours. 


Why was this city the 2nd port of the British Empire?


Route 3 in our series of outdoor tours in the fresh air. Lime Street Station to the waterfront


Route:


  • Meet your tour guide at the Duke of Wellington Column and fountain opposite Liverpool Lime Street Station outside the Walker Art Gallery.
  • Learn all about the buildings in William Brown Street in the heart of the World Heritage Site
  • Take photos at the Ken Dodd street art. 
  • Take photos at the Mo Sarah street art
  • Learn about the legacy of the slave trade as you take photos outside Liverpool's oldest building the Bluecoat.
  • The tour continues in the "Ropewalks" area with lots of architecture and maritime history its a really vibrant area. 
  • See the Beatles original manager Allan Williams' club the Jacaranda (we have two separate Beatles themed guided walks if you want to book those to learn all about the Fab4 in Liverpool)
  • Learn about Charles Dickins' time in Liverpool
  • Take photos of the seamans homes
  • Learn how the new open air retail and leisure area has beautifully joined the  Royal Albert Dock back to the city centre and all about Liverpool's European Capital of Culture year 2008
  • Be guided through the Royal Albert Docks with tall ships, museums and galleries
  • Walk alongside the River Mersey, learn about the principle waterfront buildings; Cunard, Liver and Port of Liverpool as well as Liverpool's links with the ill-fated Titanic. 
  • Take photos outside and learn about the Maritime Museum and International Slavery Museum. 
  • Learn all about the Museum of Liverpool a superb attraction which opened in 2011.
  • Tour finishes outside the Mersey Ferry Terminal next to the Museum of Liverpool