The University of Liverpool and its red brick heritage

Founded in 1881, the University of Liverpool is in the centre of the city and is regarded as one of the UK's original 'red brick' civic universities, which were established in major industrial cities at the turn of the 20th century. Nowadays, the university has world-class facilties, offers more than 400 courses and welcomes around 22,000 students on campus.

A city bursting with culture

The University of Liverpool's location means it is only a stone's throw away from some of the city's best known attractions. You can learn more about the city's most famous sons at The Beatles Story and the Cavern Club, discover some stunning contemporary art at Tate Liverpool or see some of the world's biggest acts perform at the Liverpool Echo Arena.

A famous footballing rivalry

Sports fans also have plenty to look forward to on a trip to Liverpool, with the city being home to two of English football's most iconic clubs. Join the passionate supporters of Liverpool or Everton at an upcoming game or, alternatively, time your visit to coincide with the city's famously fierce derby match. Looking for a cheap hotel Near the University of Liverpool? Travelodge Liverpool Central Hotel is just a mile away, while Travelodge Liverpool Central The Strand Hotel is another perfect option located in the heart of the city.