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: