Contact St George’s Hall

General Enquiries

Email us at [email protected]

Call 0151 233 3020

Conferences & Events

Email us at [email protected]

Call 0151 233 3020

Weddings

Email us at [email protected]

VISIT US

The Visitor Entrance (accessible via St John’s Lane) is open Monday to Saturday from 9.30am to 5pm (last entry 4.45pm). Please note, the Visitor Entrance is now closed on Sundays and Bank Holidays.

GETTING TO THE HALL

By bus

Various bus routes run into Liverpool City Centre and we are located nearby Queen Square Bus Station.

Click here for the Merseytravel website

Click here for map

By train

Liverpool Lime Street station is just a minute’s walk away. whilst Liverpool Central is also a seven minute stroll away.

You can plan your journey with Merseyrail.

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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 for Lime Street train station.  There are numerous car parks around Lime Street (provided in the map below). The entrance is at the Heritage Centre on St George’s Place.

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COACH AND MINIBUS PARKING

Coaches and minibuses may be able to park on the plateau, subject to availability. Contact us for parking authorisation.

DDA ACCESS

At St George’s Hall, we are DDA accessible, please contact us before your visit if you have any questions.

GROUP VISITS

If your group consists of ten people or more, contact us so we can help you plan your visit at a date and time which is convenient for you.

WHAT3WORDS INFORMATION

We are making our venue more accessible with What3words – an app which has assigned each 3m square in the world a unique 3 word address that will never change.

Please note, we have several 3-word addresses, as listed below:

  • Visitor Entrance (accessible via St John’s Lane): comet.pools.sailor
  • East Side Entrance (accessible via St George’s Plateau): film.kick.enjoy
  • North Entrance (accessible via Willian Brown Street): claims.courier.darker

St George’s Hall is proud to support this initiative. Find out more at what3words.com.