Victorian Liverpool: prominent properties and their history

Victorian Liverpool: prominent properties and their history In 2002 the then chairman of English Heritage, Sir Neil Cossons, described Liverpool as “England’s finest Victorian city” - a reference, no doubt, to the many fine period buildings that have remained unaltered since the time of Charles Dickens. Dickens himself was a frequent and enthusiastic visitor ... Read More...

Halloween: Liverpool’s haunted hotspots

Halloween: Liverpool's haunted hotspots Tales of ghouls and spectres haunt Liverpool’s past, as bone-chilling myths have become synonymous with many of the city’s famous buildings and landmarks over the years. From terrors at Tower Building to spooks at Speke Hall, these urban legends are now the basis for prime visitor attractions including ... Read More...

What’s on in Liverpool: 2-15 September 2016

What's on in Liverpool: 2-15 September 2016 September 3 September Chas & Dave St George’s Hall  Chas & Dave arrive in Liverpool with their ‘rockney’ blend of boogie-woogie piano and pre ‘60s rock ‘n’ roll for one night only at St George’s Hall.3-4 September Fusion Festival Otterspool Promenade  Fusion Festival heads to Liverpool for the first time. Headliners include ... Read More...

Kids’ pick: June – July 2016

Kids’ pick: Attractions for the whole familyTudor Half Term Fun 1-5 June, Speke Hall Step back in time at Speke Hall as the grand old venue celebrates the Tudor period with five days of fun, games and family activities, all with a historic twist. The event is free to attend, with normal admission costs ... Read More...