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Guide to Liverpool

Liverpool is a North-West city buzzing in history and modern developments. Liverpool is a welcoming city offering tour attractions, shops and restaurants. Liverpool is a famous city as it is home to two of the Premiership’s biggest football teams and the Beatles.

Liverpool is very easy to get to as it is one of the popular cities which boost excellent train connections and direct flights to John Lennon airport.

For accessible information concerning John Lennon airport or Liverpool’s wheelchair friendly train links please call 0161 804 9898.

Where to stay in Liverpool

Liverpool has a range of accessible accommodation that will suit all needs and requirements. Choose from a selection of B&Bs, hotels through to apartments and luxury hotels. Liverpool will have accessible accommodation in and around the city, if you would like to request further information about accessible accommodation in Liverpool call 0161 804 9898.

Transport in Liverpool

There are many accessible transport links in and around Liverpool. They have specially designed buses which are wheelchair accessible, have wide doors, flat floors and low entrances. The most popular way to sight-see is aboard the Mersey Ferry; Mersey Ferries are fully accessible and wheelchair friendly. They have accessible toilet facilities and wheelchair or electric buggies are available on request at each terminal. If bad weather is forecast it is advised to call ahead as rough weather means there can be significant movement on the vessel.

Things to see in Liverpool

The Beatles Story

Discover how 4 lads from Liverpool became the greatest band of all time. This Beatles attraction has specially fitted lifts for those who cannot manage the steps. Please note only a maximum of five wheelchair users are allowed into the exhibit at any one time, groups are advised to book in advance to avoid disappointment. Assistance dogs are welcome plus they have good wheelchair accessible toilets.

The World Museum

The World Museum in Liverpool is set over five floors and has a range of interesting exhibits to suit all tastes. The museum is fully accessible, allows assistance dogs and has wheelchair friendly cafes, shops and toilets. Some exhibits have audio equipment available and the planetarium also has wheelchair access and spaces.

Liverpool Cathedral

This beautiful building is a popular tourist attraction and is the 5th largest cathedral in the world. The cathedral has two accessible points and is mostly wheelchair friendly throughout. It is advised to contact the cathedral direct for more information +44 (0)151 709 6271.

Eating out in Liverpool

Liverpool has something for everyone, even their restaurants have a mix of culture and cuisine for you to choose from. Most of the restaurants, cafes and bistros in Liverpool are accessible. To avoid disappointment we advise that you double check accessibility before booking.