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Liverpool Cathedral

St. James Road, Liverpool L1 7AZ, England
+44 151 709 6271
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Completed in 1978 this is the largest Anglican cathedral in Europe. Inside, the lack of adornments only adds to vastness of the "great space." A combination of elevator and stairs takes visitors to the exterior heights of the tower and some grand views of the city and landscapes below. A small fee is required for the vista experience.
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“lady chapel” (208 reviews)
“bell tower” (118 reviews)
“sheer size” (92 reviews)
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St. James Road, Liverpool L1 7AZ, England
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Truly impressive cathedral, defiantly worth seeing, it doesn't take long to go around, one the the L'pool highlights!

Thank DJAGODA
Reviewed 2 days ago

Walking up to the Cathedral for the first time, I didn't realize how huge it was until I got to the main entrance - it is MASSIVE! Free to enter. Inside I felt like a tiny ant in comparison to this awesome building. The architecture...More

Thank SWaddo
Reviewed 2 days ago

Its a very large building,surprised to learn how old it was we thought it would have been much older.We found it quite a foreboding place,cannot say anything bad about the Cathedral just found it cold and basic.Perhaps its because we are used to highly decorated...More

Thank ALEXANDRA47794
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This cathedral is impressive by its size. The ceilings are too high and you fell like so small in that. When we were there it was happening a coral rehearsal and we could appreciate them. It is the second biggest anglican cathedral in the world...More

Thank Sergio_Trips-2013
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I've been to the cathedral many times over the years including before it was finished. The largest Protestant cathedral in the world, the second largest cathedral in the world, one of the largest enclosed spaces including a walk of 1/8 of a mile from one...More

Thank roger p
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

It is such a grand building, even though it's popular with the tourists, it manages to remain peaceful and spiritual. There is plenty of staff to help, and the shop is worth looking around and buying one of the mainly interesting items. The restaurant whether...More

Thank David T
Reviewed 3 days ago

Get a map or audio guide to explain various parts of the Cathedral. We went up the tower to see the surrounding view. Not strenuous with lifts part of the way. You can see the largest bells in England on the way up. There are...More

Thank Tina L
Reviewed 3 days ago

This beautiful building is a must on anyone's visit.It sits in a dominant position on a hill and has some real hidden gems.Its also near Rodney St which also has some interesting houses with history

Thank nannylou1947
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

After originally coming from Liverpool I recently visited with 3 friends - 2 never having been there before and we went from the Catholic cathedral along Hope street to the Anglican cathedral. The splendour of both buildings was breathtaking for us all. Never be put...More

Thank Denise S
Reviewed 4 days ago

Liverpool's Anglican cathedral is immense in size and, being built from red sandstone, dark and imposing. Designed in the 1930s, it is of a very traditional design but has a number of advantages over the medieval, including the absence of columns due to advanced engineering...More

Thank Yorkshirecritic
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Jo C
22 September 2016|
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Response from Eva T | Reviewed this property |
We've been there around 11am but I did check at the web and it's open daily from 8am to 6pm.
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gill62
24 April 2016|
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Response from Juscott | Reviewed this property |
Yes it does but, thankfully, mainly lift!
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MerseysideUKHoliday
25 September 2015|
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Response from George D | Reviewed this property |
I can't see the connection between Pisa and Liverpool !!
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