Liverpool on a Budget

Walker Gallery - Free entry museums & galleries in Liverpool

Walker Gallery – Free entry museums & galleries in Liverpool

Visits to Liverpool don’t have to cost a fortune, and the city has cheap accommodation and budget choices that range from city centre hostels to apartments aimed at travellers who don’t want to spend more than they have to.

Liverpool’s free attractions, tours and sights ensure your visit stays within budget. Take a tour of the fabulous free entry and award-winning Museum of Liverpool open daily with Liverpool themed galleries covering a diverse range of subjects from the city’s history including The Beatles, football, cathedrals and religion, iconic sights and symbols like the Liver Birds, protest and more. Art lovers looking for a great budget city break should head straight to Liverpool, and first stop the Tate Liverpool – the only Tate art gallery in the north of the country and a real hub centre for contemporary art in the North West, featuring regularly changing cutting edge exhibitions, interactive workshops/ courses and a great art shop!

An astounding choice of world class free entry museums and galleries are clustered around Liverpool city centre and Albert Dock, making it one of Britain’s best budget city breaks. Enjoy the Walker Art Gallery’s premier art collection for free which features artwork by greats including Rembrandt, Rossetti and Hockney. See treasures from around the world for free at the family friendly World Museum or find out about Liverpool’s links with the Titanic and its rich maritime history at the free entry Merseyside Maritime Museum on Albert Dock!

See the Billy Fury Statue for free on Albert Dock!

See the Billy Fury Statue for free on Albert Dock!

Self guided architectural and heritage tours around the city are free, with lots of free trail guides available on the web and in city tourist information centres! The city of Liverpool with iconic buildings like the Royal Liver Building, St George’s Hall and a World Heritage waterfront is an architectural gem. It’s free to stroll around the city and view statues of famous Liverpool notables like Billy Fury located at Albert Dock and John Lennon’s statue situated on Mathew Street.

Seek out the city’s giant yellow 17ft Superlambanana designed by Japanese artist Taro Chiezo, which is constantly moved to different locations around the city. Save even more money when you book cheap Liverpool accommodation through our site. Look out for special offers and our best price guarantee, and choose to compare online prices from a variety of booking providers, or to book a stay direct,

Michelle is an experienced travel writer with iknow and has travelled extensively across the UK, Spain, Portugal and the USA. When she’s not busy writing for iknow she enjoys spending time touring museums and art galleries and seeking out the best independent shops in Manchester and Leeds.