Famously described by Sir John Betjeman as 'one of the greatest buildings of the world', Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral is a 'must see' for all visitors.
Britain's biggest Cathedral and award-winning visitor attraction boasts the world's highest and widest Gothic arches and the highest and heaviest peal of bells - which you can get to see en route to the top of the Tower! The Cathedral is free to enter but its great value attractions ticket (valid over 2 days) gets you up its famous Tower for breathtaking views and one of the best audio tours you'll ever hear.
Contact and Getting Here
St James' Mount, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 7AZ
0151 709 6271
The nearest main line station is Liverpool Lime Street. Walk along Renshaw Street (look for the former old, grand, Lewis's Department Store on the corner, the name is still on the building, or the Adelphi Hotel just a little before Renshaw Street commences) and then turn right into Berry Street (look for bomb dmaged church, St Luke's, on the corner). Continue to follow signs for Liverpool Cathedral. Turn left into Upper Duke Street and the main entrance is approx 200 yards uphill on the right. The nearest Merseyrail station is Central Station; a 15 minute walk up Bold Street and Berry Street will bring you to the Cathedral.
Daily: 8am - 6pm
Shop and Cafes: 9am - 4pm (Mon – Sat)
The Cathedral treats accessibility as a priority and has worked hard making the Cathedral accessible to all and will continue to work with partners to ensure that all visitors feel welcome.