Attractions


victoria
sight-seeing

Victoria Gallery & Museum

Let’s start if not strictly on Hope Street at least on its lay line; behind the crown of the Metr...
wigwam
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The Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King

It is built on the site of the city’s workhouse and fever infirmary, home to the sick and dest...
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The Everyman Theatre

It was originally built as Hope Chapel in 1834, becoming a concert hall in 1853 and then the city’s...
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The Philharmonic Dining Rooms

They were built as a gentlemen’s club by Robert Cain & Son, the brewers, and opened in 1898. The...
philharmonic hall
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Philharmonic Hall

The original Philharmonic Hall was built in 1849 to house the country’s second oldest music society....
hahnemann
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Hahnemann Homeopathic Hospital

The French chateau style of the Hahnemann Homeopathic Hospital was designed as an ornate advert for...
blackburne house
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Blackburne House

John Blackburne’s house was eventually donated to the city, becoming the women’s branch of the...
liverpool institute
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Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts

It was built in 1835 as the Liverpool Mechanics’ Institute. Its primary purpose was to provide...
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Liverpool College of Art

Built in 1883, Liverpool College of Art is a Grade II. Facing both Mount and Hope Street, the...
suitecase
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A Case History

As you approach the art school there is a sculpture by John King, ‘A Case History.’ Installed in...
oratory
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The Oratory

Built in 1827 and Grade I listed, was originally the chapel for St James’ Cemetery which in turn was...
anglican cathedral
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Liverpool Cathedral

It was consecrated in 1924 but not completely finished until 1978. It is the fifth largest Cathedral...