Liverpool Anglican Cathedral

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This monumental red sandstone building, construction of which began in 1904, is the work of Giles Gilbert Scott, who endowed it with his triumphant interpretation of Gothic tradition, including a highly original double transept. The nave bestows an impression of enormity, solidity and height. The 100m tower is home to a set of bells weighing 31 tonnes. Make sure you visit the Lady Chapel to admire the 15C altarpiece by Giovanni della Robba.

Useful information

Address : 

St James' Mount, L1 7AZ Liverpool

Opening hours

8am-6pm - tour: daily except Thu 10am-4.30pm, Sun 11.45am-3.30pm - audioguide and access to tower £5, valid 2 days - donation welcome

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