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Whether you're a local in the Merseyside area or are just planning a visit, you won't be disappointed if you are looking for something interesting to do in the area.

Beatles Story

Merseyside has a rich and fascinating past, as well as an interesting and exciting present. From Museums to funfairs the Merseyside region caters for many tastes and all a very reasonable prices - one thing north of England beats the south on hands down every time.

With attractions to cater for every age and taste, if ever you're stuck for something to do, make Merseyside and Liverpool you're next stop.

This small guide was designed to help you in choosing a relevant day out for the whole family rather than just the adults. Prices and opening times may change so check out the relevant web site before visiting. Below are listed some of Merseyside's main attractions.

Merseyside Today recommends all them and is now in the process of adding more. If you would like to recommend a location which is not listed here please e-mail the webmaster at mail@merseysidetoday.co.uk



Further Info
For further information and up to the minute details about tourism in the Merseyside region and forthcoming events call the Merseyside Tourist Board on:

0845 601 1125
+44 151 709 8111 (Overseas)

 
Attractions
Knowsley Safari Park
Albert Dock
Croxteth Country Park
Ness Botanic Gardens
Prescot Museum
Mersey Ferries
The Beatles Story
Southport & Pleasureland
Speke Hall
20 Forthlin Road
Everton Stadium Tours
Sefton Park & Lark Lane
St Helens
New Brighton
Galleries & Museums

 

Queries, advertising opportunites and further info can be requested by e-mailing
Marc at mail@merseysidetoday.co.uk

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