|The sights of Liverpool|
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|The Cultural Quarter|
|This imposing area of Liverpool encompasses an area bordered by some of the most magnificent buildings in Europe and houses Art Gallery, Museums and Library. Adjacent are two of Liverpools famous theatres, the Empire and the Playhouse.|
|The most familiar image of Liverpool is the waterfront with the Three Graces dominating the scene. The cultural quarter is just as imposing but in a neo-classical style and St. George's Hall is the most memorable.|
|Liverpool Museum is one of a group of Museums in and around Liverpool which are managed as a dynamic unit. This particular building houses a planetarium as well as the traditional natural history and science exhibits.|
|The Walker Art Gallery houses one of the country's most important collections, and like most galleries many of the paintings lie hidden in vaults due to lack of exhibiting space.
Like all the museums on Merseyside admission is free.
A visit to Liverpool with the Mersey, the sights and the free admissions means that a cheap weekend is possible.
|The Sessions House completes the Victorian Buildings in the group.|
|The Picton Library easily distinguished by it's unusual curved frontage.|