Manchester, Liverpool, and the Peak District Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Manchester, Liverpool, and the Peak District - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Albert Dock

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To understand the city's prosperous maritime past, head for these 7 acres of restored waterfront warehouses built in 1846. Named after...

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A hundred naked, life-size, cast-iron figures by sculptor Antony Gormley stand proudly on the 2 miles of foreshore at Crosby Beach, weathered...

Beatles Story

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Entertaining scenes at this popular attraction in the Albert Dock complex re-create stages in the Beatles' story (and their later careers...

Casbah Coffee Club

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A coffee shop owned by original drummer Pete Best's mother, this is where the Beatles played some of their earliest gigs. Decorated by...

International Slavery Museum

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In the same building as the Merseyside Maritime Museum, this museum's four dynamic galleries recount the history of transatlantic slavery...

Liverpool Cathedral

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The world's fifth largest Anglican cathedral, this Gothic-style edifice was begun in 1903 by architect Giles Gilbert Scott and finally...

Mersey Ferries

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Hop on a ferry across the River Mersey to Birkenhead and Seacombe, where you'll see fine views of the city—a journey celebrated in...

Merseyside Maritime Museum

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This wonderful museum captures the triumphs and tragedies of Liverpool's seafaring history over five floors. Besides exhibits of maritime...

Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King

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Consecrated in 1967, this Roman Catholic cathedral is a modernistic, funnel-like structure of concrete, stone, and mosaic, topped with...

Museum of Liverpool

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Clad in Jura stone and shaped like a ship, with a spectacular spiral staircase running from the atrium to each floor, this ambitious...

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