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An amazing building a library recently renovated. Great for children who love books and adults too.
A must see library especially the Picton Library. Who says libraries are boring. Free entry and there's a cafe that sells refreshments and food.
This is no ordinary library… take a break in the cafe, or get some of the best views of Liverpool on the rooftop! Liverpool Central Library also have a discovery room for children and often host storytelling and themed days.
Having been substantially rebuilt and reopened in 2015 this is another architectural gem merging the modern with the historic. Don’t forget to visit the Picton Reading room on the 1st floor which is modelled on the circular reading room of the British Museum.
Central library is a great place to sit and read, learn a new language or borrow books. Excellent WIFI.
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“The Catholic Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral reflects the high proportion of Liverpudlians of Irish origin living in the city. During the Irish emigrations of the 19th and 20th centuries, Liverpool was the principal port of embarkation for the United States, and many emigrants ended up settling in the city. Building began in 1928, although it wasn't actually completed until 1967. Around its cylindrical tower is a huge "tent," 200 feet in diameter, rising sharply to a funnel-shaped drum, 270 feet high, the whole structure looking like a huge lantern rising above the city. The Anglican Liverpool Cathedral on St. James's Mount was consecrated in 1978, although services were held there in the 1920s. Built of red sandstone with a copper roof, its 330-foot-high tower contains a carillon with 2,500 bells, the largest weighing in at four tons. Its 9,704-pipe Willis organ is one of the largest in the world. Also of interest is the Anglican Church of Our Lady and Saint Nicholas, a parish church that dates back to the mid-13th century.”
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“World Museum in Liverpool houses amazing collections, from Egyptian mummies to casts of dinosaur bones.”
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“Home made foods at very decent prices in the city centre. You can even BYOB.”
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“Mendips and 20 Forthlin Road (the childhood homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney) have been lovingly restored to their former glory when John and Paul lived there by the National Trust. This tour is extremely popular and is frequently sold out, so we recommend you book well in advance. ”
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“A pretty urban village with pubs, restaurants and the historic Woolton Picture House (cinema). Short walk from iconic Beatles landmark Strawberry Fields and home to St Peter's church where John Lennon and Paul McCartney first met!”
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