Welcome to Pier Head

Pier Head is a significant riverside location and world heritage site, including the Three Graces of the Royal Liver Building, The Port of Liverpool Building, and the Cunard Building. It’s a major landmark in Liverpool, and ranks among the most widely-recognised skylines in the UK. More recently, Pier Head became the home of the Museum of Liverpool, recognisable for its ultra-modern, mainly glass façade.

Fall in love with Liverpool

With a famous industrial past, Liverpool has flourished into a vibrant cultural metropolis in recent years. As the home of The Beatles, Liverpool attracts music enthusiasts from all over the world, both looking to delve into the story of one of history’s most influential bands, and sample emerging new acts in the city’s more modern venues. Come to explore cultural centres like the Tate Liverpool, see the many attractions at the Albert Dock, or discover your inner football fanatic through the city’s devotion to Liverpool FC.

The Museum of Liverpool - home to the spirit of the city

The Museum of Liverpool is one of the city’s newest attractions, and the first museum in the world totally devoted to the history of a regional city. Here, you can get an up-close look at the stage where John Lennon met Paul McCartney, and delve into the history of the arts and sport in Liverpool, including amazing 360-degree films on Liverpool FC and, of course, the Fab Four.

Planning a trip to Pier Head? Travelodge Liverpool Central the Strand Hotel is just around the corner, and Travelodge Liverpool Central Exchange is a 10-minute walk away.