Liverpool One is a retail and leisure destination in the heart of the city centre, stretching towards the iconic Liverpool waterfront. With over 170 shops, bars and restaurants across five fabulous districts, take a look around this vibrant and super-stylish part of the city.
Bold Street is Liverpool's independent shopping area. Home to many vibrant fashion stores, record shops, cafes, bars and local businesses.
Church Street and Lord Street are Liverpool's main shopping streets and stretch east in a straight line from Derby Square to Ranelagh Street. Home to the city's major stores as well as Liverpool One, the streets are fully pedestrianised between North John Street and Ranelagh Street.
St Johns Shopping Centre is Liverpool’s largest covered shopping centre. Situated right in the heart of the city since 1969 and boasting more than 100 retailers including some of the best of the high street names.
The official club store selling team kits, sports wear, fashion clothing, football equipment, souvenirs, gifts and decorated with a players' tunnel and classic match photos.
The Fab4 Store has one of the largest collections of official Beatles merchandise and souvenirs in the world. You'll find a Fab4 Store at both Beatles Story sites and it's free to enter.
The Beatles Shop first opened its doors on Mathew Street in 1984. Upon descending the steps into the shop, shoppers are greeted with the imagery and sounds of the Fab Four. The shop can be a hubbub of activity, as many Beatles fans use it as a meeting place for friends and pen pals.
Metquarter is situated in the heart of Liverpool and plays host to aspirational brands such as MAC, Hugo Boss and Jo Malone. Based in Whitechapel, just a stone’s throw away from all main public transport and car parks.
St Johns Market is the city's local indoor market based on the upper floor of the modern St Johns Shopping Centre.
For absolutely everything Everton FC visit the official club store ‘Everton Two’. The store offers the entire club merchandise collection; kit, training, fashion, souvenirs, the lot. For that personal touch the store offers a unique football shirt printing service.
The Makers Market promises to bring together the finest and often award winning food, drink, art and craft producers in the area. Popping up on the third Sunday of the month, St Luke's - The Bombed Out Church - comes alive with passionate creatives eager to share and inspire.
Shops around Williamson Square, Richmond Street and the surrounding area cater for the cheaper end of the market. Home to discount retailers, smaller shops, cheap cafes and several fast food outlets.
Cains Brewery Village is a collection of independent retailers, coffee shops, bars and pop up food stalls. There's also monthly Sunday markets featuring independent food producers.