Hope Street

Hope Street has been awarded the ‘Best Street in the UK’ and it’s easy to see why. It boasts two Cathedrals, an award winning theatre, art deco concert hall along with a wide range of independent restaurants and bars.

At one end of Hope Street you’ll see Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral, the largest in Britain - it’s impossible to miss it’s beauty.  It’s free to enter and the building is even more awe inspiring from the inside. Elegant Georgian houses line the pathways off Hope Street, making one of the finest Georgian streetscapes to explore in the UK.

If you’re looking for somewhere to enjoy a taste of independent Liverpool, Hope Street is home to a number of delicious dining options. We recommend the Pen Factory for delicious small plates and an array of beers and gins! Around the corner you'll find The Quarter. The pretty cafe offers a fantastic view of the Anglican Cathedral and outdoor seating under an awning on a delightfully Georgian cobbled street. 

A short walk away is The Philharmonic Hall, home to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; the oldest surviving professional symphony orchestra.

Just opposite is The Philharmonic Dining Rooms, a Grade II listed building known to be the most richly decorated Victorian public house in Liverpool. It’s well known that the bathrooms are the most ornate in Liverpool!

If that’s not enough entertainment for one street, here you’ll find a winner of the RIBA Stirling Prize, the Everyman Theatre. Above the iconic ‘Everyman’ sign on the building you’ll see 105 portraits of people from Merseyside.

This is also where you’ll find Liverpool’s second cathedral, the Metropolitan Cathedral, also known as ‘Paddy’s Wigwam’ - another architectural gem to explore at the heart of the city.

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