What to do in Liverpool this weekend 14th March 2014

So your going to Liverpool this weekend, but what are you going to do??? Here are a few of our favorite things to do in Liverpool this weekend.

1. The Wheel of Liverpool
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Liverpool’s Big Wheel It is positioned on the piazza outside ECHO Arena in Liverpool. It includes 42 fully enclosed and air-conditioned capsules and offers riders spectacular views of the city including the River Mersey, the Welsh mountains and World Heritage Site waterfront. It also offers a VIP luxury capsule with leather seating, DVD player and a champagne fridge. A great location to photo booth hire liverpool.
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2. Liverpool Central Library
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One for the geeks, take a visit to the newly reopened Liverpool Central Library, the Library has been beautifully re-modeled with a host of new services including,

  • 15000 rare books in the Horby Library, Oak Room and Picton Reading Room
  • Wi-Fi access throughout the building, plus 150 computers and iPads.
  • Play on the Xbox 360 or listen to music through a Bose© sound system.
  • A stunning space for children to discover books.
  • Spectacular views from the roof terrace and meeting rooms to hire out.
  • Ground floor café with a terrace overlooking St John’s Gardens.

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3. Casbah Coffee Club
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One for the Beatles Fans, The Casbah Coffee Club was a rock and roll music venue in West Derby, Liverpool, started by Mona Best in 1959 in the cellar of the family home. The Casbah, as it became widely known, was planned as a members-only club for Best’s sons Pete, his younger brother, Rory, and their friends. Mona came up with the idea of the club after watching a TV report about The 2i’s Coffee Bar in London’s Soho where several singers had been discovered. She decided to open the club, which was located in her cellar, on 29 August 1959, for her sons, their friends and young people to meet and listen to the popular music of the day.

The Quarrymen—John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ken Brown—went to the club to arrange their first booking, to which Mona agreed, but said she needed to finish painting the club first. All four took up brushes and helped Mona to finish painting the walls with spiders, dragons, rainbows and stars. The group often played at The Casbah as other venues, like the The Cavern Club, had a jazz-only policy at that time. The cellar—with its original decoration—still exists.

In 2006, Culture Minister David Lammy announced that the Bests’ ex-coal cellar was to be given Grade II listed building status and a blue plaque, after being recommended by English Heritage. The very best photo booth hire liverpool. It was opened as a tourist attraction in Liverpool, along with McCartney and Lennon’s previous homes at 20 Forthlin Road and251 Menlove Avenue respectively.

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