Culture Art is integral to the city, whether it is established galleries, such as the Tate and Walker, or the many smaller cutting edge spaces. In any case, Liverpool does not disappoint. The city has a large number of art galleries, museums and theatres to bring visitors to Liverpool’s greatest and biggest tourist attractions. Additionally, its sculptures have attracted plenty of interest in the past, which are placed carefully around diffierent areas of the city. Why not book a room at the Heywood House Hotel during your visit to the city to make sure you are in the ideal place to vist all of these attractions. Livepool’s waterfront is also one of the city’s proudest areas of the city, and it is now established as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cultural World Heritage Sites are historic monuments, or groups of buildings, which are of outstanding universal value to the international community. This World Heritage Site stretches along the waterfront from Albert Dock, through The Pier Head and up to Stanley Dock. Visitors can carry on walking up through the historic commercial districts and the RopeWalks area to the cultural quarter, which is dominated by the magnificent St. George’s hall. People who stay at the Heywood House Hotel in Liverpool might also want to know more about Liverpool’s maritime history. History shows that shipping has been associated with Liverpool for a very long-time, including the tragic stories of The Titanic, Lusitania and the forgotten Empress. If you take the time, you will find a number of interesting stories about the history of Liverpool, which is well worth the effort.