Vist Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral.
This cathedral was completed in 1924, after delays due to World War I, and stands 500 feet above the River Mersey.
The tower is a later addition, completed in 1942. Around the cathedral are information points to make sure you don't miss the grand nave, the high altar, as well as the elaborate Lady Chapel. Music is major part of this cathedral, with a range of concerts being held here.
Admission is free, but you can buy a ticket that gives you a short film, an audio guide of the cathedral, a visit to the Elizabeth Hoare Embroidery Gallery, and, probably more importantly, a visit to the top of the tower for the views and a look at the bells.
There is a shop here as well as a cafe bar and a restaurant. Whilst you are here there are some gardens next to the cathedral to wander around.