This new interactive LFC Stadium Tour offers the ideal mix of technology and our personable Tour Guides to bring the stunning surroundings to life like never before. You will enjoy epic views of the pitch and city landscape from the top level of the Main Stand and use your handset’s technology here to immerse yourself in Anfield’s infamous matchday atmosphere. See where your heroes prepare for the big game in the new state-of-the-art Home Team Dressing Room. Sit in your favourite player’s seat and watch exclusive content about each player. Discover which former player and LFC Legend reveals his best opposition team when you visit the new Away Team Dressing Room. Take part in a lively and interactive press conference with your tour guide in the new Press Room. Touch the ‘This is Anfield’ sign before walking down the new Player’s Tunnel to the sound of the Anfield roar. Take your seat in the Manager’s Dugout and then finish your tour in world renowned Kop. The Tour has been written by lifelong LFC fans and writers, Dave Kirby and Nicky Allt, with narration by actor, David Morrissey. Throughout your tour, the handset's technology will help you to find out more about Liverpool FC's magical story for yourself, with exclusive footage, interviews and other content as you interact at your own pace. Your ticket includes entry to the Club’s interactive Museum, which is home to our collection of silverware, the Liverpool FC Story that includes the Steven Gerrard Collection exhibition.
This is an experience, which is perfect for everyone - football fan, or not!
For well over a hundred years, Liverpool Football Club has been inviting people into its ground. Even still today they come in their thousands to take one of the many tours around the grounds and museum of this world famous club. I heard from a number of sources about the tours at Anfield, so I went to investigate for myself. Although not a football fan, I have to say I really enjoyed the tour. Being somebody that doesn't understand the sport, I still found the humour and the history element of the tour to be really enjoyable. Although quite compact, the museum part of the tour was jam packed with Liverpool memorabilia, facts, and even a recreated football stand where you can watch Liverpool goals from big matches gone by. If you're lucky enough to get a table, I also recommend eating in the Boot Room Restaurant.
Looking for a steakhouse? Or maybe for a great local carvery? This place never disappoints. You will be able to find this venue at two of Liverpool's greatest hotels (The Mountford Hotel and the Beech Mount Hotel). As soon as you walk in, the staff is very friendly and welcoming.