Liverpool Cathedral awarded VisitEngland Visitor Attraction Gold  

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Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral is delighted to have been awarded a VisitEngland Visitor Attraction Gold

Liverpool Cathedral awarded VisitEngland Visitor Attraction Gold  

We are delighted to announce that Liverpool Cathedral has been awarded a VisitEngland Gold. 

This accolade is a testament to the high standards achieved during an assessment by VisitEngland Attraction Quality Scheme in which they felt the Cathedral was truly deserving of recognition. 

The Dean of Liverpool, the Very Revd Dr Sue Jones: “being awarded a gold award is a tremendous recognition of the hard work we do to help visitors encounter a special welcome when they come to Liverpool Cathedral. There are so many reasons why people want to come to Liverpool Cathedral, and this award will spur us on to ensuring that we remain a place of great encounters for many years to come.”

VisitEngland Director Andrew Stokes said: 

“I’m so pleased to see our visitor attractions back in the spotlight with these Accolades that recognise the amazing experiences available across the country. They also acknowledge the people who bring the attractions to life through their unparalleled customer service. They are the ones who make an attraction the most ‘welcoming’ and give life to the ‘Best Told Story’ whilst the quality of the attractions themselves are rewarded with ‘Quality Food and Drink’ and ‘Hidden Gem’ and of course ‘Gold’ for best all-rounders.  

“Now more than ever we need these attractions to encourage and remind us to get out and explore the amazing tourism on offer across England, driving recovery and economic benefits through the regions.” 

Introduced by VisitEngland in 2014, the Visitor Attraction Accolades are available to members of the Visitor Attraction Quality Scheme who represent a wide range of tourism experiences across England, from museums and galleries, farm attractions, historic houses and gardens to churches, cathedrals, and country parks. They are supported by a network of highly trained and experienced assessors who advise on improving and promoting the quality, accessibility and sustainability of their offer.