August at Liverpool Cathedral
Join us in being 'All Together' this August at Liverpool Cathedral.
Are you looking for things to do this Summer? Look no further because Liverpool Cathedral has lots going on this August...
From eating at our Welsford Bistro to a trip up the tower, we have lots of exciting news and events to tell you about, including lots to do during the holidays with kids!
This is a thought-provoking art installation by artist Peter Walker, exploring the concept of identity and how we are all connected. This is Liverpool Cathedral’s largest installation to date!
‘IDENTITY’ introduces seven illuminated columns, suspended over the Well. Each column is lit, with individual strips of light representing the double helix of DNA and demonstrating the unique make up of each person. Together, the seven columns represent our distinct differences, gathered in union.
Whilst the reference to DNA demonstrates the uniqueness of us all, the columns are wrapped in over 3000 individual portraits, all photographed as part of Peter Walker’s 2022 installation ‘Being Human’, presented together as a collective. So if you joined us last summer and attended the photo booth... keep an eye out!
Join our Education Team for free themed arts and crafts activities during the summer holidays.
All sessions must be pre-booked and each person attending is required to have a ticket.
Liverpool Cathedral has multiple tours on offer this August including...
- The Above and Beyond tour where you can see the behind the scenes of our Cathedral!
- Our new War Memorial Tour with brilliant guide Roger. Listen to the stories and memories of the War Memorial Chapel
- In need for some Vitamin D? Join our amazing guides for 45 minutes in the sun on our Outside Cathedral Tour.
Why not do your sightseeing from above?
See all of Liverpool’s great buildings as you take in a breath-taking 360˚ view from the rooftop of the highest cathedral in the UK. Take a trip up our tower to experience amazing views of the city and beyond, while you spot the city's famous landmarks you can also view the world's heaviest peal of bells!
Just a visit?
If you don’t fancy any of our events or daily services, you're always welcome to visit us at any point during our opening hours, to see our wonderful building, light a candle, browse our Cathedral shop or get a bite to eat or cup of coffee from The Welsford Bistro.