Thanks for making Liverpool Cathedral the Heart of Your Christmas
Thank you for joining us at Liverpool Cathedral during Christmas 2021. Although the festive fun is over for now, we have plenty of year-round reasons for you to visit.
Choose from a wide range of events and services at the Cathedral. You'll find something for all the family and when Christmas does come around again, we'll update this page to let you know what you can look forward to.
We look forward to welcoming you to Liverpool Cathedral. To find out our opening hours, click here.
A Spiritual Christmas
If you took time to reflect on the meaning of Christmas last year, you may wish to join us to continue this spiritual encounter. You’re welcome to pop in anytime when we're open. See our Opening Hours web page.
As Christmas approaches, we’ll be looking forward to welcoming you to our Carol and Eucharist services but before then , you're welcome to join us at any of our regular daily services such as Morning Prayer, Eucharist or Evening Prayer.
We're working hard to make the Cathedral accessible to everyone. You can find more information on our accessibility page (opens in a new window).
Dining at Liverpool Cathedral
Why not visit The Welsford Bistro when you join us? You’ll be able to enjoy a wide range of refreshments, including hot and cold drinks. Our latest menu features brunch, toasted sandwiches plus classics like fish and chips or Scouse. We’ve also got you covered if you're veggie or vegan. Find out more here.
The Tower Experience
Make the most of your visit to us this by taking in unrivalled panoramic views of the city from 500ft above sea level with our Tower Experience. Standard tickets cost £6, with concessions priced at £5. Our family ticket is great value, priced at just £16 for two adults and up to three children. You can buy your tickets in advance online or from the Cathedral Shop when you visit us. Take a look at our Tower opening hours here.
Our Cathedral is a place of solace. If you need to ask us to pray for you or someone you know; please send us a prayer request through our Prayer for Liverpool website.
Donating to Liverpool Cathedral
Like many organisations in the city and beyond, we face an uncertain future. After losing nearly all our income in 2020, your donations are needed and welcome to keep entry to the Cathedral free to visitors.
You can donate online, by cash, or on our portable consoles around our building. Thank you for supporting us.
How was your trip to the Cathedral? Your feedback helps us improve what we do. Tell us what you think when you fill in our survey here.