Visitor Info

One of the city’s iconic buildings, Liverpool Cathedral is the majestic masterpiece of the famous architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. The fifth largest cathedral in the world, this awe-inspiring place boasts the highest tower, the highest and heaviest peal of bells and the largest organ. Built by the people for the people, the cathedral remains an asset for the city and region.

Attracting over 574,000 visitors a year the cathedral hosts impressive events and outstanding dinners; welcomes worshippers, tourists, school parties and more. It is a living church, a place of interest and one of the spiritual heartbeats of the city.

Our venue is the magnificent Liverpool Cathedral, the immense size of the building makes it easy to spot from afar but here is the address, parking info and a map to help you.

Address (correct postcode for sat nav): Liverpool Cathedral, St James’ Mount, Liverpool L1 7AZ


There is a large 24-hour car park at Liverpool Cathedral which get’s very busy during the arts markets, so we encourage you to use public transport or park elsewhere where possible. Entry to the car park is from Upper Duke Street. You pay at the machine before you exit via Upper Parliament Street. Charges are given below.

  • First 1/2 hour:  FREE
  • Up to 1 hour:    £2.00,
  • Up to 3 hours:  £3.50
  • 3 – 6 hours:       £5.50
  • 6 – 8 hours:       £6.50
  • 8 – 10 hours:     £8.50
  • 10 – 12 hours:   £10.50
  • 12 – 24 hours:   £14.50

Visit the Liverpool Cathedral website for further visitor information.