Enjoy mini-editions of the ever-popular Winter Arts Market where you’ll find stalls from over 30 independent makers at Liverpool Cathedral.
We are delighted to welcome back local artists, designers and creatives for the Open Culture Winter Arts Market. It is an amazing opportunity for independent artists from right across the region to sell their work directly to the public, and for the public to support local artists, all in the stunning settings of Liverpool Cathedral. Find stalls from over 30 independent artists, designers and makers to shop for creative crafts, gorgeous gifts, contemporary design and artisanal foods.
5 December 2020
12 December 2020
Times: 10:00 to 16:00
Book your ticket to Winter Arts Market
The Winter Arts Market and Cathedral will close at 16:00.
You’ll only be able to come into the Winter Arts Market if you’ve pre-booked your tickets. If tickets are available you can book your place on the day itself.
We know people’s arrangements change so even if the Winter Arts Market is sold out, we advise you to keep checking back, just in case a ticket becomes available on Eventbrite. Book tickets for everyone in your party including children of all ages. Under 16s are free but you will still need to book a ticket for them.
Please do not book tickets for anyone outside your household or bubble.
You can book up to four tickets per transaction.
Cathedral Shop Opening Hours and Refreshments
Liverpool Cathedral Shop will be open from 10:00 to 16:00 during the Winter Arts Market. Why not have a look at our selection of Christmas gifts inspired by our city of Liverpool or our amazing range of Nativity sets on our online shop while you’re waiting to visit us?
Enjoy refreshments from our pop-up café, The Mezz in the Well, when you visit us for this year’s Winter Arts Market.
Limited onsite parking is available. Pay at the machine stations in the car park with cash or card before you leave.
Keeping You Safe
Your visit to us this Christmas will be a bit different to what you’re used to.
We’ve had to make some changes to keep you and our people safe when you come to see us this festive season. We've looked at how many people we can safely fit inside our building at any one time. That means we’ve reduced the number of people we can welcome to each service or event and you’ll need to book. We know that some of you may be disappointed that you may not be able to attend all the services and events you’d like to. We’re sure you’ll understand that the health and safety of you and our staff is our top priority.
While we’re holding services and events, we won’t be able to welcome visitors inside our building.
We will be releasing tickets in phases, so we can make sure we keep to the government’s physical distancing guidelines. We will release more tickets until we reach maximum capacity.
If you’re feeling unwell, in a high-risk category, self-isolating or if you or anyone you’ve been in contact with has symptoms of coronavirus, please stay at home and cancel your ticket.
Need more information about what we’re doing to keep you safe when you visit us? See the FAQs section on the Visiting Us page which are updated regularly to reflect the current government guidance.
Visiting Us link
Like many other organisations in the city and beyond, we face an uncertain future. Liverpool Cathedral has lost nearly all of its income over recent months, so your donations are especially needed and welcome to help keep entry to Liverpool Cathedral free to visitors. It will help preserve your heritage for generations to come.
You can donate when you visit us with cash or on our portable contactless consoles.
Find out more about how you can support us on our Donation website pages.
Thank you for your generosity.
Please note - if for any reason we need to cancel this event, you will be refunded the price of your ticket, minus the Eventbrite booking fee.