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Liverpool Musical History Tour

Your escorted tour through Liverpool's musical history

Discover Liverpool’s musical past and famous locations! Visit Penny Lane, Strawberry Field and take a Ferry 'Cross the Mersey on this coach and ferry combo tour. 

The tour also includes famous film and TV locations from shows including Foyle’s War, Bread, Harry Potter, Peaky Blinders and of course Cilla. 

The tour starts at Pier Head, where you'll meet your guide and begin your two-hour Musical History Tour. Your coach will then return to Liverpool's iconic UNESCO waterfront, where your group will take a Ferry ‘Cross the Mersey - as made famous by Gerry & The Pacemakers! 

Next it's back to your coach for the short trip to Mathew Street to visit the world-famous Cavern Club, along with refreshment options at the Festival Restaurant.

Finally, end your day with a discounted trip to the top of St John's Beacon to see the city from a bird's eye view! 

Tour itinerary:

10am - 12pm: Meet your guide at Pier Head, Liverpool and join your coach for a two hour musical history tour

12pm: Arrive back at the waterfront for one hour's free time. Admission to the Museum of Liverpool is free. 

1pm: Take a trip on the world-famous Mersey Ferry and enjoy a 50-minute sightseeing cruise

2pm: Rejoin the coach for a short journey to the Cavern Club (free admission on weekdays) and see the Cilla statue!

3.15pm / 3.30pm: Option for refreshments at Festival Restaurant and a visit to St John's Beacon's viewing platform

Tour costs:

*Please note* - Groups will need to organise their own coach travel ​

Full Liverpool Musical History Tour - 2 hour duration with live musician/guide and transfer to Mathew Street - £150 per coach

Mersey Ferries’ River Explorer Cruise - £8.50 per person (groups of 20 or more)    


For the Musical History Tour email: letstraveltoliverpool@gmail.com or call 07952 326 061

For Mersey Ferries group bookings email: groups@merseyferries.co.uk or call 0151 330 1452