St George's Quarter

If you’re arriving in Liverpool from Lime Street Station then you’re in for a treat when you step outside right into the middle of St George’s Quarter. The stunning Victorian architecture is some of the finest in Britain and houses some of the city’s biggest cultural attractions. You’ll be in awe from the minute you arrive until the second you jump back on the train home. 

Directly opposite Lime Street Station you’ll find St George’s Hall, a beautiful example of neoclassical architecture. It is home to the stunning Minton floor tiles that are revealed once a year for you to see, huge events and you can even go on a tour around the catacombs, cells and rooms of the magnificent building. Together with the World Museum, that explores the world’s history, The Walker Art Gallery that is home to an amazing collection of historic and contemporary art and Liverpool Central Library, the perfect place to relax with a book, St George’s Quarter is bursting with culture.You could spend hours here exploring it all. 

The quarter is also home to no less than three theatres within a 5 minute walk from each other! The Liverpool Empire on Lime Street is the largest two-tiered auditorium in Britain and hosts some of the biggest shows straight off the West End. It has welcomed everything from Les Miserables to Chicago and Singing in The Rain, amongst international recording artists, operas and comedy shows. Just over the road you’ll find Royal Court Liverpool. Royal Court are known for producing their own shows with top local talent so it’s worth seeing what is on here for your next visit. Just a stone’s throw from the edge of St George’s Quarter you will find The Playhouse Theatre at Williamson Square for a whole host of local and touring productions. We love our theatre in Liverpool! 

St George’s Quarter is also a popular spot for filming huge blockbuster movies and well known TV shows. Next time you watch Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016), Yesterday (2019), Tolkin (2019) or the new Batman movie (TBC) keep an eye out for a glimpse of St George’s Quarter. You never know what film set you might run into on your next visit. 
 

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