Venue & Travel

St. George's Hall

The Grade I listed St George’s Hall sits within the heart of Liverpool in more ways than one; it is a place of congregation and celebration, offering a central location and a true sense of the city amidst incomparable surroundings.

Situated opposite Lime Street Station as part of St George’s Quarter, you’ll find one of the finest examples of neoclassical architecture in the world.

This magnificent structure stands at 169ft long and 74ft wide with a tunnel vaulted ceiling – the largest of its kind in the whole of Europe. Established in 1854 as a grand hub for music festivals and the Civil and Crown courts, St George’s Hall has been at the very epicentre of Liverpool life ever since.

Travel

By Car

 

Take the M62 or M53 to Liverpool. At the end of the motorway head towards the city centre. On entering the city, follow signs directing towards Lime Street train station.

Parking

Please note: Although there is no onsite parking available for guests, there are a number of car parks in close proximity to St George’s Hall. The closest are:

  • St John’s Shopping Centre, St George’s Pl, Liverpool L1 1LY

  • Lime Street Station Long Stay, Lord Nelson Street, L3 5QB.

  • Limited Blue Badge is available parking on William Brown Street, L3 8EL

 

Once you are parked, you can then access the event via the North Hall entrance.

By Train

Liverpool Lime Street station is situated opposite St George’s Hall, whilst Liverpool Central is just a seven-minute stroll away. The nearest train stations to St George’s Hall are:

  • Lime Street Station, Liverpool is 286 metres away, 4 min walk

  • Central Station, 678 metres away, 8 min walk

By Air

St. George’s Hall is approx. 8 miles from John Lennon Airport. A taxi will take around 25 minutes to and from LPL or, alternatively, can also be easily accessed via bus with a 45-minute commute time on the Number 500. The closest bus stop to the venue is Liverpool One Bus Station which is 1-minute walk.