Liverpool’s Most Instagrammable Spots

Venturing over to the North of England isn’t always very high on peoples agendas when visiting the UK, as tourists may prefer to stick to London. But there’s plenty on offer in the North and some beautiful sites to see.

Liverpool, mostly known for the Beatles and its maritime heritage, is a perfect example of this and has plenty on offer with it’s shopping and an abundance of restaurants to choose from. I’ve rounded up some of the lesser-known hot spots in Liverpool that’ll make a perfect Instagram backdrop for you, and after all that you can check out what’s on in Liverpool One for the best of the evening.

Georgian Quarter


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This area wouldn’t look out of place in the neighbourhood of Chelsea in London, with its smart brick townhouses that date back to 1800. Head here if you are looking for a quiet wander a stone’s throw away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre.


Queens Avenue


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This little avenue of shops is arguably one of Liverpool’s best-kept secrets, with small independent shops running through it. Not only will you be able to explore the shops you can also snap a picture that will have your followers thinking you’ve stepped back in time.

Hope Street


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There’s so much on offer around Hope Street. It’s home to not one but two Cathedrals, and has lots of cute, Parisian style cafes with al-fresco dining; a perfect setting for a brunch pic on your Instagram. Head to new café Papillon or bar and restaurant 60 Hope Street who often have a flower wall outside it that is in keeping with the seasons.

Exchange Flags


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For another setting that’s reminiscent of the streets of the big smoke, Exchange Flags near the business district is an ideal location to visit. It often has film productions occasionally filming thanks to the Old Town Hall and traditional red telephone boxes, so why not make it a feature on your feed?

Baltic Triangle


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Walking around the Baltic Triangle will spoil you for choice with brilliant wall art and street graffiti. Whilst there are more well-known backdrops such as the Liver Bird wings by Paul Curtis, this little feature opposite 24 Kitchen Street by Jason Hollis is much lesser known even by the locals. Painted against walls of a building site, it mightn’t be there for too long either, so don’t waste time before grabbing a pic here.

The Florist


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Whilst the Florist isn’t an exclusive place to Liverpool, there’s not an inch of this place that isn’t gram-worthy, so it deserved a spot on the list. Indulge in some floral cocktails and have a picture against the flower wall, or head to the bar and get a picture in the bar area, with exposed lighting and rose gold furnishings.

Albert Dock


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Even though The Albert Dock is a well-known area of Liverpool, there are enough picturesque scenes for this place to have its own social feed, with canal boats, the Grade-II refurbished buildings and the Liverpool wheel to feature in your picture.

Palm House


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Often host to weddings and morning yoga sessions, this indoor botanical garden offers a calm and relaxing spot to be at one with nature, and also a scenic floral image that’ll go great on the ‘gram.

Festival Gardens


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 A bit further out of the centre but worth the journey, Festival Gardens is ideal if you are looking for a place to go on a bike ride or a leisurely walk with a friend or partner. There’s also traditional oriental pagodas, lakes, waterways and waterfalls, so if you’re looking for something a little different, this is the perfect place to head.

There’s so much to see and do in Liverpool that it would be impossible to fit it all within one list! Be sure to check out Liverpool One and it’s great nightlife and culture as well as the spots on this list to feel like a true #VIPLiverpool.


Award-winning writer and solo female travel blogger on a mission to explore the world through deeper travel. Lover of fun, adventure, food, Harry Potter, hiking, beaches, and chatting about the weather. Can be bought with cake.

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