Before you say it, this walking tour is for the cool kids, from the hippies to the hipsters. We’ve been desperate to try it for months, but they only run at 11am which is still the middle of the night as far as we’re concerned.
Over the course of two hours you’ll be shown Liverpool’s street art, hidden attractions and alternative sights. Although it’s aimed at tourists we’re interested to learn the significance of various street art in the sober light of day when we aren’t trying to do a wee under it. Despite living here several years, we hope to discover hidden spots and abandoned corners to show Couchsurfers, as the stuffed dog in the Black Rabbit wearing sunglasses and a gold chain is getting a bit old.
Seecret is such a boss concept so it baffles us that nobody’s heard of it, although in the meantime it’s managed to bag itself the title of Best Newcomer at the Liverpool Tourism Awards 2015.
Tours run on Saturdays and Sundays, meeting at that random green/gold thing next to John Lewis and ending around the Bold St area.
The experience includes:
- Expert guided tour around Liverpool’s Ropewalks area
- Multimedia Show & Tell
- Seecret Stories
- Seecret Loves…City Guide
- ‘Learn Yerself Scouse’ Guide
You will see and learn about:
- Local and International street art
- Liverpool’s alternative shopping areas
- Groundbreaking art installations
- Local culture and community
- Liverpool’s amazing history
- Forgotten buildings and streets
Tours go ahead come rain, shine or apocalypse, but the route is tweaked to include more indoor stops between November and February.
Prices are as follows:
Concessions : £9
To book visit https://sales.webticketmanager.com/seecrettours.