Learn about 10+ stunning Instagrammable places in Liverpool in this Instagram guide to Liverpool’s best photo locations.
Hi everyone! I’m continuing the series of the most Instagrammable places in different cities all over the UK, so in this post, let’s talk about Liverpool! We went to Liverpool for the first time in August 2020 and instantly fell in love with the vibe and the atmosphere of the city. Liverpool has fantastic food, street art and architecture and it’s only second to London in the number of art galleries, museums and installations. There is always something to do in Liverpool, so you’ll never get bored. It’s also full of fantastic photo locations, so if it’s lovely photos you’re looking for, you’ll be able to take a lot of them in Liverpool!
We only spent a weekend in Liverpool, but we were running like crazy to be able to see most of the city and be able to write this Instagram guide to Liverpool. So without further ado, let’s get started!
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- 1 10+ Amazing Instagrammable Places in Liverpool (+ their exact locations)
- 2 Summary of the most Instagrammable places in Liverpool
- 3 Some of my other posts you might like:
10+ Amazing Instagrammable Places in Liverpool (+ their exact locations)
The Florist Liverpool
The proud number one in this list of 10+ unique Instagrammable places in Liverpool is The Florist Liverpool. The Florist is a chain of beautiful Instagrammable restaurants all over the UK, and there is one in Liverpool, too! They are all different, and I really loved the one in Liverpool. Besides, the food is excellent there, so make sure to visit this place!
The bombed-out church
Another stunning Instagrammable spot in Liverpool is St. Luke’s Church, or the Bombed Out Church, how it’s often referred to. St. Luke’s Church lost its roof during the WWII Blitz and wasn’t restored. Right now, it’s a wedding venue/cafe and a unique spot to visit in Liverpool. The entry is free; however, there is a suggested donation.
Street art in the Baltic Triangle
Another amazing place to visit is the Baltic Triangle. This district has amazing street art – pretty much around every corner. There are also hip street food markets and indoor/outdoor food spaces.
The Royal Albert Dock
Another great photo spot in Liverpool is Albert Docks – a historic converted dock that is now home to Tate Modern Liverpool and various lovely shops and restaurants.
Peaberry Coffee House at The Royal Albert Dock
Right in the heart of The Royal Albert Dock, you can find a stunning Instagrammable coffee shop and cafe called Peaberry Coffee House. It’s stunning inside, but it’s a bit hard to notice from the outside, so don’t be deceived by its mediocre entrance. I loved the coffee there, so I can only recommend it!
Another area that is perfect for pictures is the Georgian Quarter. In my opinion, the Georgian Quarter is the most beautiful part of Liverpool, and despite being relatively compact, it has a lot of stunning buildings and corners. I recommend going on a stroll around the area to discover the prettiest corners of the Georgian Quarter.
92 Degrees Coffee
92 Degrees Coffee is definitely one of the most Instagrammable places in Liverpool. Despite having a very simple interior at first glance, it’s actually amazing for photos. I can’t say that we enjoyed the sandwiches there, but at least the coffee was good.
Matthew Street is one of the coolest streets in entire England! It got famous as a location of the infamous Cavern Club, where the Beatles gave over 200 concerts at the start of the career. Now you can find a lot of rock pubs, bars and Beetles-dedicated places on this street.
The Beetles Museum
If you’re into the Beetles, then I’m sure you’ll love Liverpool. As the birthplace of the Beetles, Liverpool has so many Beetles-related places that you’ll spend the entire weekend in Liverpool just taking photos. One of such places is the Beetles Museum!
Bougee is a brand new very Instagrammable restaurant in Liverpool. Unfortunately, I didn’t have a chance to visit it when I was in Liverpool, as it opened just after my visit. However, when I’ve heard of it, I couldn’t not include it in my list of the most Instagrammable places in Liverpool!
Finally, another lovely Instagrammable spot to visit in Liverpool is the Mexican restaurant Madre that is located in the heart of the Royal Albert Dock. The interior is very bright and pretty and, most importantly, the food is great!
Liverpool has one of the prettiest embankments in the entire UK. The iconic landmark of the city, the Museum of Liverpool is located there as well as the Royal Albert Dock. The views over the Liver Building are also amazing and it’s definitely one of the best photo locations in the city.
Summary of the most Instagrammable places in Liverpool
I hope you liked my post about the most Instagrammable places in Liverpool. Liverpool is a very fun and vibrant city and has a lot of great Instagrammable places. If you know about any other fantastic photo locations in Liverpool, send me a DM on Instagram (@lizatripsget)!