Half term family fun at Liverpool Cathedral

Main Cathedral 30th May 2022 11:00 AM
Event

Join our Education team for free arts and crafts activities during the half-term holidays.

Join our Education Team for Jubilee and Pentecost themed craft activities. during the half-term holidays.

Each family-friendly session is free and lasts up to 45 minutes. All sessions must be pre-booked and each person attending is required to have a ticket. Sessions start at 11:00am, 1:00pm and 2:00pm.

Book your place here!

Why not stay all day and book on to one of our wildflower art sessions too?

 

Liverpool Cathedral is free to enter and you will also be able to explore our amazing building if you wish to extend your time with us. Why not have a tasty meal or snack from The Welsford Bistro?

Please note that we will be following any Government guidelines that are in place at that time regarding hand hygiene, social distancing and mask-wearing. If you are feeling unwell or are experiencing any symptoms of Covid-19 please visit another time.

Worship Services

Join us for our daily worship services. You’ll find information about our services on the Worship section of our website.

Bistro Dining

Fancy a light bite or a coffee? Our foodie favourite, the Welsford Bistro is open during visiting hours. Serving scrumptious snacks, light bites and drinks, enjoy the historic atmosphere of the Cathedral when eating in the Welsford Bistro. Or take in the magnificent sight of Gambier Terrace from our Welsford Porch. You can even enjoy your meal in the Cathedral Main Space. Have a look at our menu on our website

Our Cathedral Shop

A great way to remember your visit is to buy something from our Cathedral Shop. And did you know, when you do, you're also preserving your heritage for generations to come? We use the income generated by our shop to help keep the Cathedral free to visitors. Can’t wait until you visit us to see what’s in store? Browse online

Support us

Like many other organisations in the city and beyond, we’re facing an uncertain future. We lost nearly all of our income over the past year, so your donations are especially needed and welcome to help keep entry to Liverpool Cathedral free to visitors. You can donate when you book your visit or by cash or on our portable contactless consoles when you’re in our building. Please give as generously as you can. Find out more about how you can support us on our Donation website pages.

Thank you to the Allchurches Trust, the Granada Foundation, and the Lord Leverhulme Charitable Trust for their support across our Education and Outreach programmes.