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The Cathedral was only completed in 1978. It was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott when he was only 22 years old. It is a great space, without pillars or pews, the space is able to host huge concerts, exhibitions and fine dining on the main floor...more
All reviews lady chapel bell tower well worth a visit sheer size tower tour awe inspiring magnificent building the stained glass windows gift shop hope street free entry architecture organ graveyard gothic sandstone graduation
Been to Liverpool a couple of times but never been in here before, make sure you don't make the same mistake! You go in for a look round, even if your not religious the architecture alone is well worth seeing, just a shame that the...More
We visited again this month, we especially went to see the statue made from knives. Everybody was photographing it as it was so interesting. The Cathedral was as good as it ever is, this time we saw children practicing for the nativity. They seemed to...More
Should you be travelling to Liverpool City, be sure to visit the Liverpool Cathedral, its an amazing building, so big in fact huge, also if you get the chance go up the tower, do so there is an amazing view of the city and beyond.
Standing tall at one end of Hope Street the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral is a “must see” for everyone visiting the city. As the largest cathedral in the UK, and the fifth largest in the world, it never ceases to impress. Whether attending an organised service...More
As a liverpudlian this iconic building has always been part of my favourite skyline. Finally took the time to visit it with my daughter and granddaughter. It’s an awe inspiring place, and because there’s no fixed seating you can feel the enormous space it provides....More
I have only seen guide dogs. If you contact Liverpool City Council hopefully they will be able to give you the correct information as to whether dogs would be permitted to enter the Cathedral or contact the Cathedral tours... More
I have only seen guide dogs. If you contact Liverpool City Council hopefully they will be able to give you the correct information as to whether dogs would be permitted to enter the Cathedral or contact the Cathedral tours operator.