Top Attractions in Liverpool for school trips Request a Quotation
From famous Landmarks, Museums to Experiences, Liverpool has much to offer your students, whether your planning an educational school trip or a curriculum focused History, Geography, Art or cross-curricular tour.
Landmarks & Points of Interest
Royal Liver Building
Palm House - Sefton Park
Speke Hall - Liverpool
Lime Street Station
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic
Merseyside Maritime Museum
Take a visit to the Merseyside Maritime Museum & explore the history of Liverpool's Port. Highlights include maritime paintings, ship models & colourful posters from the golden age of liners and there is also some full sized vessels. The Museum houses the International Slavery Museum as well as the Border Force's national museum: Seized! The Border and Customs uncovered is situated in the basement of the museum.
Museum of Liverpool
The Museum of Liverpool is dedicated to the history of a regional city, revealing Liverpool’s unique participation to the world including the Beatles & Football.
Situated over five floors, there is plenty to discover at the World Museum: the aquarium and the Treasure House Theatre; the natural world in the Natural History Centre and Bug House; the human world in the World Cultures gallery and Weston Discovery Centre; the earth with dinosaurs and animals from around the world; and space and time through scientific instruments and the Planetarium.
The Beatles Story
The Beatles Story is a unique visitor attraction that sends you on an exciting journey into the life, times, culture and music of the Beatles.
Western Approaches Museum
The Western Approaches Museum situated in the center of Liverpool was the underground command center for the Navy, Air Force and Marines tracking convoy shipping & Atlantic enemy submarine during the 2nd World War.
British Music Experience
The British Music Experience is the national museum dedicated to the history of the most popular music in the UK. With revolutionary effects and famous memorabilia shows how pop, rock, dance & other types of music were formed and have impacted on the last seventy years of British culture.
Spaceport, an education attraction, with direct links to the science/astronomy curriculum, for students aged 11-14 (Key Stage 3). For Key Stage 1 & 2 The Solar System is covered. As part of the visit to Spaceport, students can become virtual space explorers in the 360 degree Space Dome Show, where the latest show Astronaut is now showing. Your students will learn how an astronaut is trained and the dangers they face in space.
U Boat Story
U-boat story provides students of all ages access to a fascinating story of living history, enhancing your students understanding & knowledge of a host of topics including World War II history and the Battle of the Atlantic. Can be used to enrich other areas of the curriculum from Maths, Science, Design and Technology.
Anfield Stadium Tour
A trip to Anfield Stadium, home of Liverpool Football Club, is an interesting and educational experience for students of all ages.
Mersey Ferry trips
Mersey Ferry trips offer fun and interactive learning for students with informative commentary on board too full of historic facts and stories offering your students a fascinating yet informal way to learn more about Liverpool, the river Mersey and the Wirral.
Tate holds the national collection of British art from 1500 to the present day and international modern and contemporary art.Tate welcomes school groups where there are free Learning resources or gallery talks can be booked in advance.
The Walker Gallery
The Walker Art Gallery provides a wide range of activities, sessions and resources for student groups. Learning sessions normally link to the national curriculum through the displays & collections. Topics include the Tudors, Greek myths,portraits and landscapes, as well as independent study and sketching.
- Religious Sites
Finished in 1978, Liverpool Cathedral is the largest Anglican cathedral in Europe. Engage students with a visit to the cathedral to experience the unique atmosphere or book a themed tour, workshop or trail.
The Cathedral has a compelling history that dates back over a century and a half. On a visit Teachers may wish to prepare a short reflection and lead their pupils in an act of worship or witness a regular service taking place.
Princes Road Synagogue
Built in 1874, Princes Road synagogue is situated at Toxteth, Liverpool & is home to Liverpool's Old Hebrew Congregation. Pre-booked tours can be arranged for visits Monday-Thursday.