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Attractions Near To Liverpool Airport
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is a convenient departure point for both business and leisure travellers in the northwest of England, with the airport home to a range of shops, bars and restaurants.
World Duty Free offers plenty of bargains for holiday-makers, with a selection of goods including wines and spirits, tobacco, fragrances, cosmetics, gifts and souvenirs. Boots and W.H. Smith are open for all your last-minute essentials, with Antler and SOS Fashions offering a range of fashions, and Stressless Journeys a choice of gadgets and electronics.
There's plenty of choice for either eating on the go or enjoying a leisurely pre-flight tipple or a full-service dinner when flying from Liverpool. Starbucks, Subway, Caffe Ritazza, Spudz, O'Brien's, Burger King, Whistlestop, GO Pizza, Food Village, Frankie and Benny's offer a range of options from snacks and fast food to full meals, whilst Wetherspoon's, H Bar and Daytripper Bar serve drinks.
Pass the time by browsing the airport's exhibition showcasing art and photography, including plenty of local and community art, and plenty of work relating to the Beatles, escape to the Liverpool Airport Halewood Lounge with complimentary snacks and drinks, or enjoy Wi-Fi access in the terminal for your convenience.
Attractions around Liverpool Airport
The airport is 7 miles southwest of the city, so the sights and attractions of Liverpool are easily accessible if you have time before a flight, or have a stop-over. This historic city has plenty to see and do, from exploring its maritime history to discovering the fantastic shops and restaurants. Stroll along the waterfront (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), take a ride on a Mersey ferry, visit the Beatles Story near the Albert Dock, or enjoy a tour of Anfield, home of Liverpool FC. Museums to tour include the Tate Gallery, Merseyside Maritime Museum, World Museum Liverpool, The International Slavery Museum and the National Conservation Centre and Walker Art Gallery.
Outside the city, there are local beaches to visit, such as Southport, with its 22 miles of coastline and world-class golf courses, as well Hilbre Islands Nature Reserve and Knowsley Safari Park, and the glorious countryside of the Wirrel.