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Culture Liverpool

In 2008 Liverpool was European Capital of Culture and the city took centre stage when a series of inspirational and awe-inspiring events took place throughout the year showing the world what we were capable of when it came to showcasing the city. Since then, we’ve never been far from the spotlight and over the last five years Culture Liverpool, Liverpool City Council’s cultural service, has continued to build on its world class reputation, using culture as the driving force for the regeneration of the whole city.

Our remit for events, cultural infrastructure, development and community participation, Liverpool Cruise Terminal, Liverpool Film Office, commercial sponsorship and income generation, visitor economy, including the Tourist Information Centres and Civic Halls including Liverpool Town Hall and St George’s Hall, mean that we have great plans, boundless ambition and we’re not afraid to be bold and think big.

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It's Liverpool

Whether you want to live, work, visit, invest or study, It’s Liverpool is the best place to start. The official voice of the city, It's Liverpool's aims are simple: to showcase the city we love. We are dedicated to celebrating the city’s entrepreneurs, and its thrilling blend of arts, science, sports, music, technology, food and fashion. But most importantly, it's dedicated to the people who define our city’s creativity, ambitions and difference. If you’d like more information about Liverpool's investment opportunities, universities, amazing quality of life, culture or leisure... talk to us. We'd love to show you around. it's liverpool, i'm liverpool. 

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What To Do

Where to start? Liverpool is a cultural capital, has fascinating history, world-class attractions, fabulous places to eat and drink and friendly people.

Historic Albert Dock is home to restaurants, bars, shops, museums and galleries including Tate Liverpool and The Beatles Story. Have a look round the new Museum of Liverpool on the UNESCO World Heritage waterfront, take a ferry ‘cross the Mersey, and make some time for shopping in the Liverpool ONE open-air retail complex. They’re just a few suggestions.

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Where To Stay

A day’s just not enough – luckily, there’s somewhere to stay for all tastes and budgets in Liverpool. There’s all the big-name hotels, funky modern apartments and one-off independents, from budget to luxury, modern to classic and everything in between. Search below for a great selection of accommodation which you can book directly, click here.