Merseyside landmarks 'among the UK's best
loved free attractions'
A duo of local landmarks have been voted among the most
popular visitor attractions in England.
The Museum of Liverpool and 'Another Place' by Anthony Gormley on Crosby
beach are counted among the nation's favourite free visitor attractions in a
survey of a thousand people undertaken by National Express.
The museum is in at number 25 while the stunning sculptures are in at number 28.
The list, which was compiled by the UK's largest coach operator was put together
to help inspire people to have fun for free ahead of the half-term holidays.
National Express Managing Director Chris Hardy said:- "It can be expensive
keeping kids entertained over half term do so we've pulled together a list
showing people how they can make the most of the holidays for free. There's no
end of incredible sights to soak up in Merseyside for free but we hope our list
inspires people to visit somewhere new".
National Express runs coaches all over the UK, including the major airports,
allowing people to enjoy Britain and beyond affordably. Ticket prices start at
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