Places to Visit in Merseyside

Tour the iconic Beatles’ hometown, Liverpool, with the Magical Mystery Tour bus. See all the places associated with the band members – from their childhood homes and schools, to the spots that inspired some of their most memorable songs. Catch a show at the Cavern Club – where the band became famous before taking the world by storm, and now the most famous live music venue in the world. Take in the Fab Four’s exhibition at The Beatles’ Story Experience – an incredible immersive exhibition which boasts special exhibitions, authentic memorabilia and exclusive photographs. Listen to the incredible story of how The Beatles were propelled to dizzying heights of fame and fortune from their humble Liverpudlian beginnings.

See wild animals up close and personal at Knowsley Safari Park, where you can get acquainted with over 700 wild animals from the comfort of your motorhome hire. Immerse yourself in a wildlife adventure as you spot animals from baboons to camels, wildebeest to rhinos. Drive through the lion enclosure for an exhilarating experience with the apex predators of the animal kingdom. Take a trip on the Baboon Bus for a great view of the boisterous baboons that have become Knowsley’s trademark! Step into the tiger’s territory as you stroll along the Amur Tiger Trail – part of the park’s Foot Safari. Keep your eyes peeled for tigers as you make your way into the forest, or enjoy various talks with the safari park’s team. Learn about giraffes at the Giraffe Tower, watch sea lions splash at the sea lions show, or get acquainted with the safari’s family of meerkats.

Head to Crosby Beach – the beginning of the 22-mile Sefton Coastal Path – to enjoy views across the sea to Wirral and North Wales hills. Marvel at huge container and cruise ships passing by on their way to the Port of Liverpool. Take in stunning sunset views: the beach front offers a unique and beautiful view of the Burbo Bank offshore wind farm, while the opening to the Irish Sea leaves uninterrupted views across the ocean so you can watch the sun melt into the ocean as it sinks below the horizon. Admire ‘Angel of the North’ artist Antony Gormley’s ‘Another Place’ installation – with over 100 cast-iron, life-size figures dotted on the coastline and almost a mile out to sea.
Cavern Club
Cavern Club
Knowsley Safari Park
Knowsley Safari Park
Sefton Coastal Path
Sefton Coastal Path

What to do in Merseyside With Your Motorhome