Most Instagrammable Spots In Liverpool
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Most Instagrammable Spots In Liverpool

Molly Raby January 28, 2023

Liverpool is a stunning city, and it should be represented as such. One way we can do this is by promoting it on social media with amazing photography. This can also be a ‘two birds one stone’ situation as you can show the world how aesthetically pleasing Liverpool is, while also brightening up your own Instagram page. If this sounds like something that you would be interested in, here are a few of the most Instagrammable spots in Liverpool.

Baltic Market

The Baltic Market is truly a hidden gem and is definitely among the most Instagrammable spots in Liverpool. Away from the clubs and L1 shopping centre, the Baltic Market is a small area full of independent shops and quirky restaurants. Converted from an old brewery, it has a vintage atmosphere that has been welcomed by a more modern clientele.

Best known for being Liverpool’s first street food market, this place is ideal for snapping aesthetic photos of people eating a range of food from gyros to halloumi fries and wood-fired pizzas.

Liverpool Wings

Located on Jamaica Street, this is an amazing piece of art that is a Liverpudlian staple. The Liverpool Wings were created by local artist, Paul Curtis in 2017 and quickly saw people snapping photos of themselves in front of it.

Here you can give yourself the Liver wings that have become synonymous with Liverpool. This is a classic Instagram photo spot that shows off the cities talent and history in one fell swoop.

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Liver Building

In keeping with the Liver bird theme, Liverpool is famous for its Liver building. Located near the Docks, this building sports two stunning liver birds sitting at the apex of the building, wings spread out.

You can get a brilliant image of this from the ground floor, however, if you want to go all out, there is another option. You can book a ticket to go to the top of a neighbouring building and see the statue close up, in all of its glory. For ticket information, click here.

Palm House

The Palm House in Sefton Park is a stunning building in itself. You need only snap a picture of its exterior in the sunlight, and you have a brilliant piece of Instagram content. This Grade II Victoria Glasshouse sits in the heart of Sefton Park and its three tiers give it that powerful stance to be seen from all around.

Inside is just as beautiful, if not even more so. There are a variety of plants in and around the building, even some hanging from staircases. The aesthetics inside the Palm House are truly unmatched and are well worth the visit.

If you decide you love this building more than you expected, you can even book it for private events, concerts and weddings.

The Beatles

The Beatles were arguably one of the first bands to put Liverpool on the map. Playing gigs from The Cavern Club (which is another great location to visit), The Beatles have never forgotten their roots. In 2015, on the bands 50th anniversary of the bands last performance at The Cavern Club, a statue of the four members was erected on the Waterfront.

Sculpted by Andrew Edwards, this statue is bigger than life size, allowing you to walk around and be amazed by the feat. This is a great spot to take a photo that is quintessentially Liverpudlian.

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Molly Raby is a freelance journalist who works closely with GRV Media and Freshered. After completing her BA (Hons) in English Language and Creative Writing at Salford University 2022, she began her journey into the world of journalism and copywriting. In addition to writing for Freshered, Molly also wrote for The Gold and Green Crowd, interviewing jockeys, horse trainers and others within racing industry. Molly has a passion for film and TV as well as a keen interest in sports.