5 award-winning places to visit in Liverpool

Add these Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards 2018 winners to your Liverpool bucket list.

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Large Visitor Attraction of the Year: Liverpool Cathedral

Liverpool Cathedral

Britain’s largest cathedral which took 70 years to construct is neo-gothic masterpiece. With an iconic profile on the Liverpool skyline it’s as vibrant and unique as the city itself with an eclectic arts and culture programme and even a permanent installation courtesy of Tracey Emin.

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Pub of the Year: The Merchant

The Merchant

Found in one of Liverpool’s coolest pockets, The Merchant has a glowing reputation – not just because of its neon signs, but also for it’s cool combination of local street food, craft beers and live music and DJ events.

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Hotel of the Year: Malmaison Liverpool

Malmaison Liverpool

Perched alongside the famous Three Graces in Liverpool’s Waterfront, the luxurious Malmaison Liverpool is home to 130 bedrooms, the award-winning Chez Mal Brasserie, as well as the super-stylish Mal Bar with its extensive cocktail menu.

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Taste Award: Fazenda

Fazenda

Fazenda Liverpool is just the ticket for lip-smacking Brazilian food in an elegant setting. Inspired by the high-end restaurants found in South American cities, Fazenda’s unique system lets you order quality cuts simply by waving a green card.

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Small Visitor Attraction of the Year: Port Sunlight Museum

Port Sunlight Museum

This unique museum celebrates the heritage of Port Sunlight through exhibitions, tours and events. Industrialist William Lever founded the village in 1888 to offer affordable housing for his workforce.

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07 Dec 2018(last updated)
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    Liverpool Cathedral

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    The Merchant

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    Malmaison Liverpool

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    Fazenda

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    Port Sunlight Museum

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