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An iconic building easily recognizable across the famous city skyline, the Liverpool Cathedral site has undergone a transformation in the past decade or two. Back in the early eighties the environment around the largest cathedral in Britain had fallen into disrepair but through the nineties and noughties new pride swelled up around the site as work under the fourth dean of Liverpool Derrick Walters started to transform urban dereliction into a smart setting appropriate for such a lovely building. The result was the Queen’s Walk, a regal main thoroughfare to the main entrance. Take a walk there and inside this fabulous edifice to explore - climb to the top of the tower for wonderful views, try out the Great Space panoramic film theatre, the computer-interactive info stations or take an audio tour (child versions are available). The cathedral was awarded Best Tourism retails 2010 and 2012.
Information on Liverpool Cathedral , St James Mount , Liverpool
|Opening Times:||All year, Daily 08:00-18:00.|
|Admission:||Free entrance to Cathedral. Attractions ticket: £5 (conc. £3.50, family £12)|
|Location:||A short walk from the city centre. Entrance can be found off Upper Duke Street. Included on two sightseeing buses. For Coach Welcome contact email@example.com or 0151 702 7284|
2 Cafés, Coach Welcome Scheme, Disabled Access, Parking Availability, Personal Guided Tours and Audio Tours, Shop, Tower Attraction, Full and varied events programme. Regional 'Best Tourism Retailer' in 2010 and 2012
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