Georgian Quarter

One of the reasons why Liverpool is so special is because we have not one, but two, stunning Cathedrals that sit at either end of Hope Street, right in the middle of The Georgian Quarter.

The cobbled streets, Georgian townhouses, traditional pubs, beautiful restaurants and cultural venues make this one of the most beautiful parts of the city and well worth a visit on your next trip. 

Stand at one end of Hope Street and you’ll be able to see the Liverpool Cathedral, stand at the other end and you’ll see the Metropolitan Cathedral. Wherever you are along the famous street, you’ll see one of our beautiful Cathedrals and architectural masterpieces. On your next visit make sure you head inside both of them to explore their history and stunning interiors. You can even take a trip to the top of Liverpool Cathedral to take in the incredible views over the city.  

Aside from the Cathedrals, Hope Street is home to some of the finest bars and restaurants in the city. Next time you’re down there have a look at The Quarter, Papillon, Moose Coffee, The London Carriage Works, Buyers Club, Pen Factory and the famous Philharmonic Pub. Speaking of the Philharmonic Pub, make sure you stop off on your visit to the area. The ornate bar is split into a host of tiny musical themed rooms with beautiful intricate details - the toilets are famously pretty impressive too! If you’ve not already seen it, The Phil was also where Sir Paul McCartney played a secret show in 2018 as part of James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke. In keeping with the music theme, just over the road you will find the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall. The hall is home to the award-winning Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra who perform over 60 concerts a year amongst other huge touring artists, comedians and shows. 

Theatre fans will also be impressed with the award-winning Everyman Theatre. Some of theatre's biggest names have graced the boards here for a whole host of touring and local productions from the world of theatre. 

If you’re not afraid of ghosts then Shiverpool’s Hope Street Shivers Ghost Walk is a tour to add to your list when visiting the Georgian Quarter. You’ll visit the two Cathedrals, walk the most haunted street in the North West, visit the Georgian ale houses and hear all the spooky stories from the past. 

Speaking of Georgian ale houses there are loads of traditional pubs in the area to rest your legs after a day of exploring. Make sure you check out Ye Cracke, a favourite of John Lennon’s, Peter Kavanagh’s, The Caledonia, The Grapes and the Blackburne Arms - you’ll be greeted with a friendly welcome in the Georgain Quarter! 


 

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