What to do and see at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral
Liverpool Cathedral has the "wow factor". Famously called one of the great buildings of the world by Sir John Betjeman its awesome and intimate spaces make any visit truly memorable. Be prepared to be blown away by its sheer scale, architecture, beauty and atmosphere.
Before you come why not find out about the Cathedral
To make the most of your time with us, here's how you can plan what to do on your visit to Liverpool Cathedral
Our attractions ticket
A two day ticket which includes a ten minute panoramic film followed by the Great Space Audio Tour and then you can ascend the tower, see the magnificent bells and enjoy stunning views across the city. From the end of March to the end of October this can be used in conjunction with the weekly twilight tours. Find out more here
Awesome and Intimate
Visitors can give themselves a mini retreatand pilgrimage experience by taking the self directed Awesome and Intimate tour. Ask at our welcome desk for a booklet.
Eating at the Cathedral
Enjoy a cup of tea and cake in the magnificent surroundings of the Mezzanine Café or a delicious freshly-cooked lunch in the Welsford by our boutique catering partners Couture. Find out more here
Our award winning shop manages to blend a great mix of unique gits, cards and books that reflect Liverpool and the Cathedral with the best of Christian reading and resources. Buy at the Cathedral or on-line at www.cathedralshop.co.uk
There’s always something happening at Liverpool Cathedral! Visit our what’s on calendar full of concerts, exhibitions, worship and learning events, and family activities. See more here
Our worship services
We embrace diversity in worship from our famous and beautifully atmospheric choral services to café style church, Zone 2 on a Sunday morning, the intimate daily offices to large-scale commemorations and celebrations. See more here
How to get here?
Find out how easy it is to visit us by car, rail or other public transport here. And don't forget, if you're bringing a coach party then why not ask about our special coach welcome scheme. Liverpool Cathedral works hard to be accessible to all - find out more
Why not download our Group Bookings Options flyer to keep for yourself or your organisation from here or from the right hand side of this page
There's so much to do in this historic maritime city. With more museums and galleries than anywhere outside London, two massive Premiership football teams, the Beatles legacy, some amazing architecture and our two magnificent Cathedrals there is plenty to see and do. Add to that a plethora of new shops, restaurants and hotels, some fine music and theatre venues and the famous Liverpool welcome and you have the makings of a wonderful visit any day of the year.
If you're looking to stay in the city or to find out 'What's On' when you visit, then download the map showing the Cathedral and City Centre locations from the Visit Liverpool website
Liverpool Cathedral and the Hope Street Quarter
Stretching from the Metropolitan Cathedral to this Anglican Cathedral, this famous Liverpool Street is packed full of world-class culture, food and drink. Being home to two Universities, hotels, bars, restaurants, theatres and the Royal Philharmonic Hall gives it a very special atmosphere – and a ‘must see’ as Liverpool’s thriving ‘uptown' area.
Click on these links to some of our partners on Hope Street
Our sister Cathedral:
The home of the world-class Royal Philharmonic Orchestra:
Theatres and street festival:
To meet and eat: