Due to popular demand, the City Explorer will run full time until the end of September
2014 unless Liverpool are playing at home, in which case the bus will terminate 2
hours before kick-off.
The Liverpool City Explorer
Liverpool is a city of great tradition, fabulous humour and stunning architecture.
Scousers are serious about culture, comedy and style. Seeing the city in style couldn’t
be easier than on the City Explorer - and there’s an informative Tour Guide on board
to help you explore the best bits to the full and talk you through the history, drama,
talent and funny stuff that’s made Liverpool what it is today.
City Explorer brings the best of Liverpool to you at an unbeatable price. The tour
has been carefully designed to give you the freedom to explore many of Liverpool’s
Hop on and hop off at 12 stops including: The Mersey Ferries, Cathedrals, Chinese
Arch and Museum and Galleries. Tours run all year round.
Welcome to the Liverpool City Explorer website…
Click on our video to get a taster of what our tour can offer you!
Do the Double…
Take the Bus and the Ferry for one combined discount price. For more details click
here - or give us a call: Maghull Coaches on 0151 933 2324.
► 30% off admission for City Explorers*
If you’re bringing the kids with you on the tour, Underwater Street Discovery Centre
is a must-do. Located in the Cunard Building at our Pier Head stop this attraction
provides a unique blend of science, arts and crafts and full-on play. There’s loads
to fascinate both the kids and the adults including a giant bubble making workshop,
a real car to paint, panning for gold and a climbing wall....not to mention the cafe
serving a wide range of tasty treats and drinks!
*30% off regular admission on production of City Explorer bus ticket. Valid on same
day as tour ticket only. Not valid with any other offer.
► Tour Accessibility Information
We currently operate no fully wheelchair accessible vehicles. However, some wheelchair
users can still use the Tour. The wheelchair would need to be folded down and then
stored on the vehicle. The passengers would then need to be able to climb 2 steps
to board. There are handrails to aid this.
Fully accessible vehicles will be introduced into the fleet from summer 2015.