About Jessica B
Lives in Liverpool, United Kingdom
Since Apr 2013
18-24 year old female
I was born and raised in Liverpool and have spent my life living between Liverpool and Manchester. I also spent a large chunk of 2014 working in Rio de Janeiro (amazing!). I especially love travelling to places with natural beauty and last year I fulfilled my dream of seeing penguins in the wild in the south of Argentina. My next adventure? Who knows!?
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Piers & Boardwalks, Scenic Walking Areas, Speciality & Gift Shops, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Historic Sites, Bars & Clubs
Concerts, Historic Sites, Movie Theatres, Churches & Cathedrals, Monuments & Statues
Historic Sites, History Museums, Natural History Museums
Historic Sites, Parks
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Arenas & Stadiums, Sports Complexes
Amusement & Theme Parks
This iconic building is the ideal place to start your tour of Liverpool.
This fascinating museum explores Liverpool’s unique contribution to history, sport and music. There is something for everyone to enjoy here.
These beautiful docks and old warehouses are now home to a variety of shops, restaurants, exhibitions, and museums. The stunning complex makes up the largest group of Grade 1 listed buildings in the country.
The Tate is an intimate art gallery where you can get up-close-and-personal with some of the biggest names in contemporary art.
This lively street full of bars and restaurant is home to Liverpool’s thriving music scene. A great place to visit right through to the early-hours.
The birth-place of the Beatles! An underground bar, the Cavern Club is exactly how it was in the 1960s when the Beatles played here. Since then, many other famous singers and bands have performed here and they have all left their own mark on the Club.
More commonly known as 'the bombed out church' St Luke’s was destroyed during the Blitz of World War II. With no ceiling, and plants now growing inside, it is a real place of tranquility in the centre of the city and serves as a memorial to those who lost their lives during the war.
Built in the early 1800s, this building is one of the finest examples of Neo-Classical architecture in the country. Inside, there is a beautiful ball room as well as a Victorian era court and jail cells.
This museum boasts five floors of fascinating and completely different exhibitions. From Anglo-Saxon treasures to a planetarium and an aquarium, there is something to keep everyone entertained.
Liverpool boasts two cathedrals which sit ten minutes’ walk away from each other at opposite ends of Hope Street. The Anglican Cathedral is the largest in the UK and the 5th largest in the world. Most certainly worth a visit.
This Catholic cathedral is known locally as 'The Wigwam'. In contrast to its Anglican counterpart, the building is strikingly modern.
Over the centuries Croxteth Hall has been home to an Elizabethan-era hunting lodge (the oldest part of the house was built in 1585), a grand Edwardian Manor House, and it is now a stately home open to the public. Set in a beautiful country park, there is also a Victorian Walled Garden, a 500-acre nature reserve, and a working farm to explore.
These 100 cast-iron sculptures spread along 3km of beach and stretch 1km into the sea. They are all made from casts of the artist’s own body and stare expectantly out at sea. A spectacular sight, especially at sunset.
The home of Liverpool Football Club; here, you will never walk alone.
The wheel offers stunning panoramic views and a fascinating commentary on the city.