The Liverpool skyline on a clear day


The UK’s friendliest city, Liverpool is famous for football, the Beatles and the ferries across the Mersey. Find out why Liverpool is a fantastic place for retirement.

Lively Liverpool is a great location for retirement living. This welcoming city has a strong sense of community as well as an array of globally famous attractions and cultural claims to fame. The Beatles are still arguably the most famous and influential band the world has ever seen and Liverpool FC is one of the best football clubs on the planet. But there’s so much more to do and see in this vibrant city.

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Things to do in Liverpool
Iconic Beatles statues in Liverpool

Liverpool has a rich heritage and culture, and unsurprisingly there’s no shortage of exciting and interesting things to keep you busy in retirement. Music fans will enjoy visiting the family homes of Paul McCartney and John Lennon, the Beatles Story museum, as well as the British Music Experience. Footy fans can take a tour of Anfield. But there are plenty of more traditional historic attractions to keep you busy too. From Liverpool Cathedral (the largest in the UK) and the Liverpool Tate to the iconic Liver Building and Royal Albert Dock, there is much to explore.  There are plenty of museums for all tastes including the Maritime Museum and the World Museum and green open space in the award-winning Sefton Park with its iconic Victorian Palm House.

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Retirement living in Liverpool. Frequently asked questions