Liverpool

Palazzo-style buildings topped with liver birds preside over the old docks, today's thriving super port. Liverpool has earned its accolades – a UNESCO World Heritage site listing and a national treasure pop band. This Merseyside city is bursting with ideas with four universities and a thriving knowledge economy. Step inside the iconic Three Graces dock buildings for meetings or walk between the waterfront convention centre and arena. Neo-classical halls and redbrick warehouses inspire blue-sky thinking in the National Museums. Corks pop at world-famous sporting venues Anfield football stadium and Aintree racecourse. On a Hard Day’s Night, trace The Beatles' story back to the Cavern Club for the city's rich musical heritage.

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Ferry Across The Mersey

Ferry Across The Mersey

Invite your team aboard the decks of a famous Mersey ferry and sail past Liverpool’s historical waterfront on a relaxing river cruise.

Location: Liverpool, Merseyside

Art and culture
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The University of Liverpool

The University of Liverpool

Meet in one of England’s oldest universities and you’ll be in the company of Nobel Prize winners and scientific pioneers of the past, present and future.

Location: Liverpool, Merseyside

Academic Excellence
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Racing ahead at Aintree

Racing ahead at Aintree

Get your team up to speed at the home of the Grand National.

Location: Liverpool, Merseyside

Large events
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Conferences by the docks at ACC Liverpool

Conferences by the docks at ACC Liverpool

The largest venue in Liverpool is also one of the most sustainable event spaces in Europe.

Location: Liverpool, Merseyside

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