Liverpool, England, United Kingdom
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Approximately 3½ Hours
Meals not included
Join your Liverpudlian host to share a beer, or two, in some of the charming historical pubs that are distinctive to Liverpool.
Hear of Liverpool’s fascinating past as you taste traditional ales and mingle in the city’s historic pubs that are ‘frequented by locals.
Liverpool has a wonderful pub culture that includes historical architecture, old traditions. music, sport and of course beer. This is what makes the city’s historical pubs so special and so unique.
Leaving Cruise Liverpool, visit Thomas Rigby’s on Dale Street, one the original seven streets of Liverpool, to hear stories of past patrons including merchants, sailors, smugglers and the famed of Liverpool.
After a visit to another of Liverpool’s oldest pubs, The Cornmarket, take a short journey to The Philharmonic Dining Rooms. Known as The Phil, built in 1898/1900 for Robert Cain (famous brewer) with its interior designed as an old-fashioned Gentleman’s club, is the most ornate pub in England.