Top Events & Destinations
Summer Festival at Royal Albert Dock
August - September
Royal Albert Dock Liverpool brings you a programme of feel-good activities throughout August with its ‘Festival of Summer’.
Planning more than one event?
Planning your day is simple. Add your destinations, select your train times and view and share your plans
Rainy Days Guide
The weather in Merseyside may be unpredictable, but the fun you and the family can have in Merseyside is certain – even on rainy days!
Top Outdoor Spaces
There is nothing better than getting out in the crispt fresh air when the sun finally makes an appearance.
13 Bottomless Brunches in Liverpool
Liverpool certainly knows a thing or two about booze and breakfast food. So, it’s no surprise the bottomless brunch has become a favourite weekend pastime in the city!
7 ways to maximise your commute with Merseyrail
Studies show that commuters who choose public transport, walking or riding their bike to work are happier than those who go by car. Find out ways you can make the most of your commute with Merseyrail.
Best local vegan and vegetarian restaurants
Whether it’s vegetarian cuisine or a plant-based menu you’re after, here is our guide to some of the best veggie and vegan friendly restaurants, all of which are just a short walk from one of our stations.
Eating out at the Albert Dock
The food and drink on offer at Royal Albert Dock has never been better!
Child friendly eateries within five minutes’ walk from a station
We’re blessed in Merseyside and Cheshire with an absolute plethora of fantastic restaurants, but if you’re travelling to them with kids then there’s one non-negotiable factor; they need to be near a train station to save a lovely meal turning sour on the journey home when little legs get tired.
Best Coffee on Merseyside
As if we needed any more of an excuse to pour ourselves a cup of the black stuff, Merseyside has some of the best coffee around. Take a look at this handy guide of the best coffee around our network.
Alternative nights out in Wirral & Chester
Whether you’re completely teetotal, or simply want a break from the bars and clubs scene, there’s never been a better time to try a different kind of night out.
Best restaurants in the region for special occasions
From a landmark birthday to a key anniversary, there are certain moments when it’s really worth pushing the boat out.
Mutts on Merseyside
Dogs are for life, not just for International Puppy Day (or Christmas either), but that’s not saying we can’t show them a bit of extra appreciation on Thursday 23rd March.
Belter bars and restaurants that won’t break the bank!
Its understandable some might want to cut back on spending at the moment, but that shouldn’t mean not enjoying Merseyside's night life and having a good time!
St George's Hall
St George’s Hall is widely regarded as one of the finest neo-classical buildings in the world.St George's Hall
With over 20,000 animals, in 125 acres of award-winning zoological gardens, Chester Zoo really is the place to be.View more
Crosby Beach - Antony Gormley
The spectacular sculptures by Antony Gormley stretch along Crosby beach. Another Place consists of 100 cast-iron, life-size figures spread out along three kilometres of the foreshore, standing almost one kilometre out to sea.View more
Liverpool John Lennon Airport
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is situated in South Liverpool and currently handles almost 5 million passengers per year with flights to over 60 destinations in the UK and across Europe.View more
The passport office in Liverpool City Centre is situated on Old Hall Street, a short walk away from Moorfields station.View more
Royal Liverpool Hospital
The Royal Liverpool University Hospital is the largest hospital in Merseyside and Cheshire.View more
Liverpool Empire Theatre
Liverpool Empire Theatre is located on the corner of Lime Street and London Road.View more
Aintree Race Course
Racing doesn’t happen every day, so when it does, it’s always a special occasion, especially at Aintree.View more