Liverpool is the European Capital of Culture in 2008 and has been attracting some major events for the forthcoming year, not to mention an extra 10 million visitors to this European Capital of Culture.
With its 8 National Gallery's and museums, Liverpool has more than Galleries and Museums than any other city outside London.
World Museum Liverpool combines historic treasures to high technology engaging the youngest of visitors.
Walker Art Gallery holds a fantastic array of fine and decorative art to date.
Merseyside Maritime Museum is a massive reflection of how the Port of Liverpool has played such a major role in this City, with stories of the Titanic and other tales of being at sea.
International Slavery Museum is where you can learn about the historic and contemporary aspects fo slavery with a lot of untold tales being unravelled.
National Conservation Centre is not just about displaying items but conserving them with the care and attention they need, an interesting and diverse collection is here.
Lady Lever Art Gallery is a haven for those who love finest pieces of porcelain from the Wedgewood collections to the Chinese and all of them on display.
Sudley House has a the only collection of a Victorian merchant in its original setting.
Museum of Liverpool Here you will find displays of the Life of Liverpool and tell the story through all kinds of collections from Archaelogical and photographic archives to name but a few.
With the building of the New Liverpool Arena and Convention Centre on the Kings Dock, the city is attracting Top Musical events and Concerts.
Theatres in Liverpool display an array of Theatrical, musical and classic performances and there are many to choose from, the famous one being the
Playhouse & Everyman