New Global Campus Trip! Come with us and discover Liverpool and the Beatles Museum!
Liverpool is the birth place of the Beatles and one of the homes of British football. Liverpool is now a vibrant and cultural city with its industrial and musical history, a true British gem.
Saturday 16th September Departure: Leaving from YSJ at 8.00am (2.5h journey by coach) Return from Liverpool at 5.30pm (2.5h journey by coach) Tickets provide: access to the Beatles Story, transportation and a map of Liverpool. (A return train ticket to liverpool costs around £40 on its own!)
Activity: The Beatles Story. Come with us and visit the award winning Beatles Story at 11.00am. The tour should last around 1.30h and you will discover the story of the Beatles! After the tour you have mutiple choices of how to spend the rest of your day.
Albert dock; Situated in a World Heritage Site waterfront, Albert Dock features the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the country.Tate Liverpool is the home of art and culture at Albert Dock, past collections have included Andy Warhol and Jackson Pollock, it’s anyone’s guess who’s next.Don’t forget the Merseyside Maritime Museum, where you can explore Liverpool’s maritime heritage and take some to learn about Liverpool’s history of slave trade at the International Slavery Museum. All these attractions are free of charge. Albert Dock is also a great place to grab some lunch and enjoy the view of the water.
Liverpool one; Liverpool is one very fashion concious city, so its only right it has the best shopping centre in the North west of England, Liverpool one. Located across the road from the Albert Dock, it also boasts multiple restaurants, a cinema, a ping pong club and 5 acres of beautiful gardens.
Matthew street; Home of the world famous Cavern Club, the venue where the beatles career began. The Cavern Club is open during the daytime so you can pop in and enjoy some live music. Matthew St is also home to many other restaurants and bars.
Nelson Street, Liverpool L1 5DN - The Two Cathedrals: Liverpool has not one but two cathedrals! The Anglican cathedral (Church of England) designed in a Gothic Revival style in the 19th century, but also the futurist Catholic cathedral which was built in the 20th century. The two buildings are iconic landmarks of the city and worth seeing! Anglican cathedral: St James’ Mount, Liverpool L1 7AZ. Catholic cathedral: Cathedral House, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool L3 5TQ. - Free time: if you want to discover the city on your own or have particular interests, have a walk around the city and enjoy Liverpool.