This is an amazing spiritual place. The scale leaves you speechless. Friendly volunteers to assist and a lovely cafe to enjoy
About Liverpool Cathedral
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We are a young at heart retired couple, late fifties / early sixties, with myself being an active Christian, but my husband not. It would be easy to imagine, therefore, that I got far more out of our visit to Liverpool Cathedral than my other...More
I Been there.. fantastic place. Nice view of the catedral.. beautifull gardens.. cementery walk is around the building.. Green and huge park.. inside is a wonderful vision with all the big mirrors and windows.. so loverly place for a visit and have nice time. 5*.....More
It is easy to go inside and see the amazing architecture for yourself, you do not have to be religious to do so, make sure you have a good camera and look up as much as possible, it is well worth the visit and google...More
The building was not very promising from the outside but inside there are several points of interest, such as the stained glass windows. However, nothing special.
We visited the Cathedral after meaning to for a long time. The cathedral is being maintained to a beautiful standard and there was so much to learn about the design and the man behind it. The graveyard that surrounds the cathedral is so interesting to...More
This is a MUST visit when you come to Liverpool. It is situated at the end of a street called HOPE Street, at the other end of hope Street is the Roman Catholic cathedral. How apt!! Liverpool cathedral is a magnificent building with views of...More
One of TWO cathedrals in Liverpool, the Anglican is the older of the two in a looming gothic style. There are the usual wonderful attributes of a holy place such as carved pulpits, interesting tombs, and wonderful glass windows. All are worth exploring but don't...More
The Lady Chapel is really exquisite, as are the High Altar, vaulted ceiling and Cathedra. The stained glass windows are amazing specially if one is lucky enough to be there when the sun rays coming through them fill the interior with rainbow lights.