Your link for Liverpool
We have buses stopping near the Cathedral every 12 minutes or so - it's an easy way to get to us. For more details and timetables visit the Merseytravel website.
Getting around Liverpool - A visitors guide to public transport
Whether you're planning your trip or looking for an easy way to reach the best of the area’s events and attractions, Merseyside's public transport services can get you there via bus, train or ferry. Merseytravel's website is a quick and easy tool to help you find a range of travel options, times and maps to help guide you on your way. Visit merseytravel.gov.uk for a range of useful transport information.
Or use the online Merseytravel Journey Planner to find your best public transport route to the Cathedral.
The Merseytravel Journey Planner app is also available to download, so you can keep up to date with travel information on the go.
If you're coming by car, you can use our secure car park 24 hours a day. It is a pay-on-exit system car park.
- First half hour: FREE
- Up to 1 hour: £2.00
- Up to 3 hours: £3.50
- 3 - 6 hours: £5.50
- 6 - 8 hours: £6.50
- 8 - 10 hours: £8.50
- 10 - 12 hours: £10.50
- 12 - 24 hours: £14.50
The Cathedral has introduced a one-way system to enter and exit the car park. All visitors will enter the car park via the Queen’s Walk entrance (Upper Duke Street) and exit via Upper Parliament Street. Disabled parking will not be affected.
Occasionally the Cathedral, or parts of it, may need to close or only offer restricted access for a service, special event or day-to-day maintenance. We try to minimise these periods as much as we can, as we know that people travel long distances to visit us. Please note that closures and restricted access may also affect our car park. Find alternative car parking suggestions**.
Please remember to check for last minute changes prior to your visit as some events, such as funerals, are only arranged at short notice. For up-to-date car parking charges please ring the Constables' Lodge on 0151 702 7260.
Car parking suggestions near Liverpool Cathedral
Coming by Coach – you’ll get a special welcome
We’re delighted to be part of the city’s Coach Welcome Scheme so you can be assured of a really warm welcome when dropping your passengers off. They will also receive city maps and the coach driver can enjoy a well-earned cup of tea and cake on us.
Coming into Liverpool by National or Regional Rail
Many major train services terminate at Liverpool (Lime Street), including ...
Northern Rail - check out their details here
National Rail- check out their 2 for 1 offer for Liverpool Cathedral - available until 31/12/2019
East Midland Trains
First TransPennine Express