Amenities and Things to Do
Liverpool has literally everything you need; from fantastic schools to gyms and leisure centres. If you like shopping, Liverpool ONE is likely to be of interest; with its 170 stores, restaurants and bars to browse. If you prefer boutique brands, then we recommend heading to the Cavern Quarter instead, where you’ll find a host of independent designers and a Vivienne Westwood store.
If you’re looking to move near a great school, The Blue Coat School, Belvedere Academy and Liverpool College always get consistently good GCSE results, or for younger children, the Emmaus C of E and Catholic Primary School performs excellently at SATs level.
As for transport – it’s easy to get around in Liverpool. Trains from Liverpool Lime Street take travellers all over the country, to cities like London, Newcastle, Sheffield, Manchester, Nottingham and Birmingham.
Things to Do in Liverpool
When you live in Liverpool, you’ll never experience a dull moment. Down in Albert Dock, you’ll find the Museum of Liverpool, Merseyside Maritime Museum and Liverpool Tate Gallery, and they’re all within a few minutes’ walk of one another.
Head into the city itself, and you’ll find even more cultural treasures, including the much-loved Walker Art Gallery, the World Museum and the Central Library. And of course, a visit to the rebuilt Cavern or the Beatles Experience is a must-do when you first move into the area.
In addition to the cultural scene, there are plenty of other activities to keep you amused. Football fans will appreciate the proximity to Anfield Stadium, and there are literally hundreds of other venues to keep you entertained; from the Liverpool Clip n Climb Centre to the Laughterhouse Comedy Club.
All of this is on your doorstep when you move into Liverpool, not to mention some of the UK’s best restaurants, pubs and cafes, making it the perfect place to enjoy some quality time with friends or family.