Liverpool City Sights

The number one open top tour bus in Liverpool, you can book tickets while staying in one of our Dream Apartments for best sights the city has to offer.

Liverpool City Sights are a local independent company that wish to warmly welcome you to our beautiful city that we call home! A city rich in history, culture and diversity, they will endeavour to show you a place that is vibrant and enjoying growth like never before.

Whether you are here to see the Beatles, Liverpool or Everton Football Club, or maybe you are here on business or pleasure, City Sights can show you everything Liverpool has to offer, all you need to do is buy your ticket from Dream Apartments reception desk.

Liverpool City Sights was founded in 2016 when the company got a new director in the form of local Liverpool businessman and actor, Philip Olivier. Since then, the open top red busses have had a complete revamp. With a new team of backroom staff and customer focused drivers, they are proud of the company and team that they have built, and that they are continuing to build with the continued support of our city, customers and extremely hard working dedicated staff.

Liverpool City Sights endeavour to show you the best of Liverpool, so far they can take you to sights such as: The world famous UNESCO world heritage site – The Albert Dock, The Beatles Story, TATE Art Gallery, The Maritime Museum, The International Slavery Museum, The Wheel of Liverpool, The Echo Arena, The Exhibition Centre, Liverpool One, Albion House, The Pier Head, The Three Graces, The Beatles Statues, The Mersey Ferry, The Museum of Liverpool, Exchange Station, The Super Lamb Banana, The Town Hall, Mathew Street, The Cavern Club, The World Museum, Central Library, The Walker Art Gallery, The Empire Theatre, St Georges Hall, Lime Street Station, Lewis Department Store, Hope Street, The Philharmonic Dining Rooms, The Philharmonic Hall, The Metropolitan Cathedral, The Liverpool Cathedral, China Town, the Church of St Luke (The bombed out church), Bold Street, Toxteth, Princes Road Synagogue, The Childhood area of Ringo Starr, Sefton Park, Penny Lane, Allerton Road, Strawberry Field, Mendips (The childhood home of John Lennon), Woolton, Forthlin Road (the childhood area of Paul McCartney), Otterspool Prom, Festival Gardens and much more!


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