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The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts - 0.13 miles
The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts officially opened in 1996, the school is located in Liverpool and the lead patron is Sir Paul McCartney. Around 680 students are currently enrolled at the Institute. The school caters to students who want to enter the performing arts world and has many courses for such students. It offers diploma, degree and postgraduate courses in the fields of Acting, Performing Arts Education, Dance Theatre Practice, Community Music and Contemporary Theatre Practice.

Liverpool John Moores University - 0.15 miles
Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) is a thriving, modern and vibrant university, committed to the holistic development of its students by providing an encouraging atmosphere for their personal as well as professional growth. Starting out as a small mechanics’ institution way back in 1825, LJMU’s growth to a dynamic, vibrant and multi-faceted educational institution with over 24,000 students from all over the world is a spectacular success story. Located in one of the mos...

The National College of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy - Liverpool - 0.5 miles
The National College of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy was founded during 1977 and located at Loughborough. It has been offering respected, evidenced based and independently accredited training in adult clinical hypnosis/hypnotherapy and hypno-psychotherapy. The College has training centres throughout the UK including London, Leeds, Liverpool, Oxford, East Midlands (Leicester), Newcastle, Manchester, South Wales and Glasgow. The NCHP courses and syllabus includes fundamentals of hypnosis, basic hypnotherapeutic techniques, contra-indications, simple relaxation, and suggestion therapy.

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine - 0.52 miles
The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool, England, was founded in 1898, and is the first institution devoted primarily to tropical health. Today, the School continues its work as a post-graduate school and trains over 500 students. It has extensive links with UN and research institutions worldwide. Academic programs are conducted under the Child and Reproductive Group, Clinical Research Group, Disease Control Strategy Group, International Health Group, Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology Group and Vector Group.

Liverpool Museum - Liverpool - 0.63 miles
Liverpool Museum is the largest of the National Museums & Galleries on Merseyside and is one of the UK's finest multi disciplinary museums. These important and diverse collections cover archaeology, ethnology and the natural and physical sciences. Special attractions include the award-winning Natural History Centre and the Planetarium. Liverpool Museum is currently being transformed as part of National Museums Liverpool: Into the Future, a £40m development programme that will see the museum double in size. New attractions, due to open late 2002, will include the Bug House and the Treasure House. Some of the galleries are temporarily closed to allow important building work to continue. Please check before you visit.

Liverpool Centre - 0.8 miles
Liverpool is unusual in that it has 2 cathedrals - the gothic anglican cathedral built in 1904 and the modern roman catholic cathedral built in 1967. The city has many fine art galleries including the Tate, Walker and the Sudley Art Galleries. The Merseyside Maritime Museum on the restored water front quays, contains a fine collection of full-sized ships and boats. The City Library is one of England's largest with over 2 million books. Liverpool is also famous for the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, the Beatles, Aintree Racecourse - the home of the Grand National and its 2 major football teams. Liverpool is linked to Birkenhead via the famous Mersey Tunnel.

University of Liverpool
Founded in 1881, the University of Liverpool has an impressive history of pioneering education and research, with a particular emphasis on 'education for the professions'. Photograph of student and lecturer building model bridge. The University produces industry-ready graduates. Today we are a principal centre of excellence in many disciplines, including engineering, medicine, dentistry, business and law - as we strive to prepare our students for the challenges of the 21st century. As one of the UK’s top 24 research-led universities, we are furthering knowledge with strategic partners worldwide. Education creates opportunity. We are proud to be one of the UK’s most inclusive universities, welcoming students from a wide variety of backgrounds and from over 100 countries of the world.

Liverpool Anglican Cathedral
From the very early days of its origins and then starting to build just after the turn of the 20th Century, through to its completion in 1978 after 74 long, hard, but rewarding years, the unfolding story of this great cathedral, the largest in the whole of the UK and the fifth largest in the world, is both fascinating and quite unique. Click on the history section to find out how it managed to survive 2 World Wars, periods of recession and great hardship in this once famous and important port of Liverpool to become a tribute to the dedication of a great many people and their skills. Share the amazing journey through our site, as it becomes evident just how important the Cathedral is to the heart and the life of this now internationally acclaimed City of Liverpool.

Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ The King
In pre-Reformation days Liverpool had no Cathedral. It belonged for several centuries to the Diocese of Lichfield, or Lichfield and Coventry, until, at the Reformation in the time of Henry VIII, it came under the newly constituted Diocese of Chester.
After the Reformation the Roman Catholic religion was proscribed and could only be practised in secret. It was not until the restoration of the hierarchy in 1850 that the normal structure of dioceses was re-established for Catholics. The first Bishop of the new diocese of Liverpool was George Brown, until then Vicar Apostolic or administrator of the Lancashire District of the Catholic Church in England. His Co-adjutor or Assistant Bishop was Alexander Goss.

Albert Dock
The refurbishment of the Albert Dock was carried out by the Arrowcroft Group, through its subsidiary, the Albert Dock Company Ltd. Plans were prepared in 1982, work began in 1983 and the first phase was opened in 1984, in time for the arrival of the Tall Ships Race and the International Garden Festival.
Albert Dock Company is the letting and management company responsible for the commercial spaces at the Albert Dock. It is also responsible for the marketing and promotion of the Albert Dock, locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.

As well as many more;

  • Echo Arena
  • BT Convention Centre
  • Matthew Street – The birthplace of The Beatles
  • Liverpool Football Club
  • Everton Football Club
  • Liverpool 1