Travelling to the Liverpool Cathedral
Liverpool Anglican Cathedral was built from 1901 to 1978. It is the longest cathedral in the world and the fifth largest.
St James' Mount
Telephone: 0151 231 2121
Travelling by car
As with any trip, it's really important that you plan your journey in advance and take into account any disruption to roads, buses, or rail. Local updates to public transport can be found on the Merseytravel website.
If you are travelling to the Liverpool Cathedral by road and are using satellite navigation equipment you can enter the co-ordinates 53.398633,-2.973261 or the postcode L1 7AZ .
The nearest public car park (charge) is Mount Pleasant multi-storey car park.
Visit www.ncp.co.uk/find-a-car-park for full details of city car parking facilities.
Travelling by public transport
The Liverpool Cathedral is just a ten-minute walk away from the nearest mainline station at Lime Street. Take the main exit of the station and turn left onto Lime Street. Continue along Lime Street until you reach Renshaw Street. Follow Renshaw Street until you reach Upper Duke Street, turn left onto Upper Duke Street and continue uphill until you reach the Liverpool Cathedral.
National Rail Enquiries:
+44 (0)8457 484 950
The National Express Coach Station is located at Liverpool One Bus Station, Canning Place, Liverpool L1 8LB, in the heart of Liverpool's city centre.
Once in Liverpool, exit the station and walk up Duke Street and continue until you reach the Liverpool Cathedral.
National Express Coaches:
+44 (0)871 781 8181
You can sail between Liverpool and Belfast, Liverpool and Dublin and Liverpool and the Isle of Man. Locally, Mersey Ferries operate services between Pier Head and Birkenhead/Wallasey on the Wirral. Once in Liverpool, follow signs for the Metropolitan Catholic Cathedral, or for Lime Street Station, then follow directions to the Liverpool Cathedral from the station, as described above.
0151 639 0609 (UK only)
Public transport advice
Merseyside has a comprehensive public transport network serving Liverpool city centre and the surrounding area. Public transport options include buses, trains and the famous Mersey Ferries and are a great way of getting around locally and seeing more of the wider region.
For ticketing, timetables and a route planner go to www.merseytravel.gov.uk or call Traveline on 0871 200 2230.