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9 photos you need to take in Liverpool

Love a photo op? Liverpool’s got you covered.

From iconic buildings to beautiful flower arches, we’re rounded up 9 shoot locations around the city that’ll add some fire to your feed.

 

1) Palm House at Sefton Park

palm house sefton park

 

This Grade II listed Victorian greenhouse is the perfect spot for a picture or five.

Climb up the spiral staircase for the best vantage point to snap its exotic flora.

 

2) Royal Albert Dock

royal albert dock

 

Blending Liverpool’s past and present, Royal Albert Dock offers an iconic industrial backdrop for your photo shoot – and plenty of independent shops and restaurants to visit afterwards.

 

3) Crosby beach

crosby beach

 

Crosby beach is a short train ride from Liverpool Central and home to Anthony Gormley’s art installation, ‘Another Place’.

Striking by day or night, you’ll want to capture the spectacle of 100 cast iron figures stretching out to sea.

 

4) Love Thy Neighbour

love thy neighbour

Image source: AboutManchester.co.uk

 

Foliage dripping from the ceiling, exposed light bulbs, distressed white wood walls – Love Thy Neighbour is a café just begging to be papped.

They offer very photogenic coffees and cocktails too.

 

5) St Luke’s Church

st luke's church

Image source: Liverpool Echo

 

A casualty of the Liverpool blitz during World War II, St Luke’s ‘Bombed Out’ Church has an eerie beauty about it. Don't leave Liverpool without photographing one of its most interesting landmarks.

 

6) Picton Reading Room

PICTON READING ROOM

Image source: Liverpool Echo

 

One for the bibliophiles out there, Picton Reading Room is a Grade II listed building inspired by the British Museum’s circular reading room.

Add some elegance to your feed with a picture of this beautiful space.

 

7) Hope Street Floral Arch

hope street

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Wander over to Liverpool’s picturesque Georgian Quarter to find 60 Hope Street.

Luckily, you won’t be able to miss it as the restaurant adorns its front door with an extravagant floral arch which changes with the seasons.

 

8) Jimmy’s

Jimmy's bar

Image source: barmagazine.co.uk

 

Jimmy’s is a 3-storey music venue paying homage to the psychedelic 60s with lava lamps, retro posters and bespoke neon signage above the bar.

Come for the picture, stay for a great night.

 

9) Beatles Statue

beatles statue

 

As the birthplace of the fab four, it’d be criminal to leave Liverpool without a selfie alongside The Beatles statue.

Stand next to your favourite and strike a pose.

 

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