Liverpool Cathedral, Liverpool

4.7
The largest Anglican cathedral in Europe, Liverpool Cathedral is also the longest cathedral in the world, with a total external length of nearly 190 m (623 ft). Rising 101 m (331 ft) into the air, it is also one of the world’s tallest non-spired church buildings. The cathedral’s 13 bells add to the list of superlatives used when describing this massive building. At 67 m (220 ft) above floor level, the 13 bells are the highest and heaviest ringing peal in the world. Climb the cathedral’s tower, which offers sweeping views of the city and the surrounding area. This building also hosts a wide range of special events, such as concerts, exhibits, and seminars. With our custom trip planner, Liverpool attractions like Liverpool Cathedral can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Breathtaking interior, lovely staff, valuable for the historical trip, also so close to the city centre so you can always get off to nice restaurant after the journey  more »
  • Delighted to see Liverpool Anglican Cathedral reopen its doors. The stunning Lady chapel is now open for individual private prayers, between 11.00am and 3.00pm. Entry is limited to 10 per half hour...  more »
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  • This a modern, cathedral different to the majority of cathedrals. From a design perspective I am some people will not like it but I thought it was great. The light and acoustics are fantastic and around the circumference of the cathedral there are series of small chapels and rooms which are often beautifully designed and contain interesting art and readings. I recommend it.
  • Lovely Cathedral. Free entry just asking for donations. Nice little gift shop. There was a lovely craft fair when we went. You can pay to visit the roof which we did. It was about £5 each. A lift and some stairs and you get a great view of Liverpool. Well worth a visit when in the city.

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