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International Student Welcome:
Explore The Region
The Liverpool City Region consists of six boroughs: Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St. Helens and Wirral. Each borough has something unique to offer and explore - from beaches to parks, woodland, villages and quirky neighbourhoods.
Below is a taste of the Liverpool City Region's culture, whilst these are not on our Main Programme or Partner Programme of organised cultural events, you can enjoy these amazing cultural offerings throughout the year.
China Town is home to the oldest Chinese community in Europe, the largest Arch outside of China and is bustling with independent restaurants.
The Royal Liver Building
The icon of the Liverpool City Region can now be explored through tours by the Royal Liver Building 360 (RLB360).
Princes Road Synagogue
Monumental Victorian synagogue, home to the Liverpool City Region's oldest Jewish congregation since 1874.
World Museum Liverpool
The World Museum is the oldest of the museums and galleries in Liverpool, opening in 1853. It features 5 floors of interactive natural history, scientific and world cultural exhibits, plus a planetarium.
At Kitty's Showbar you'll find fantastic LBGT+ inclusivity with a wide variety of entertainment 5 nights a week, a brand new range of draught beers, cocktails and spirits,
Wilfred Owen Monument
The Wilfred Owen Monument is located in the South-Eastern corner or Hamilton Square and pays tribute to the local war poet.
Liverpool City Region Pride
The LCR Pride Foundation organises the City Region's Pride Festivals and events.
Greek Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas
This stunning Grade 2 Listed Building was built in 1870 and remains a key part of the community in Toxteth.
The museum and gallery is home to an impressive collection holding over 3,500 artworks, 25,000 pieces of social history and Mrs Goodison’s Egyptology collection.
Tranmere Rovers Football Club
One of the Liverpool City Region's 3 professional football club. Tranmere has a rich and vibrant history to explore.
FACT Art Gallery & Cinema
FACT make art, science and technology projects that explore society and its most pressing issues.
Everton Football Club
One of the largest Football Clubs in the UK; Everton competes in the Premier League, the top tier of English Football.
Shenanigans Irish Pub
Lively, quirky Irish bar with eclectic decor and cocktails, plus regular live music and sports TV.
St. George's Hall
Lavishly appointed civic venue with an on-site cafe, a heritage centre and spaces for popular events such as pop-up cinemas.
St. John's Garden
The urban garden is a tranquil space to relax in the Liverpool City Region's bustling City Centre.
Walker Art Gallery
Beautiful paintings, sculpture and decorative art from the 13th century to the present day.
Merseytravel & The MetroCard
Merseytravel enable you to make your way around the Liverpool City Region through train, bus and ferries.
M&S Bank Arena
Located on Liverpool Waterfront, the Arena offers world class events and creates unforgettable memories.
Liverpool Town Hall
The Town Hall is located in The Seven Streets Quarter and is a Grade 1 Listed Building and the residence of the Lord Mayor.
Shiverpool Ghost Walk
The acclaimed tour around the disturbing history of the Liverpool City Region, taking place in Liverpool City Centre.
Incredible architecture in a square steeped in history and monuments. The location is often chosen for events and art exhibits.
Laurence Westgaph Tours
Lawrence Westgaph is a local historian that has featured on the BBC and is currently offering tours as well as residing as the historian-in-residence at National Museums Liverpool
Liverpool Football Club
One of the largest Football Clubs in the world. LFC has a vast global audience and was recently won the European Cup.
Seven Streets Quarter
Outstanding architecture, the home of the world's first skyscraper - Oriel Chambers - and delightful restaurants and bars!
St. Luke's Bombed Out Church
A former 1800's Anglican parish church, these landmark ruins stand as a war memorial & event space.
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