I finally took a trip to Liverpool Anglican Cathedral having been past it countless times when going into the city. I was really impressed with the architecture of the building and it had some really stunning stain glass windows. 

It's free to go around the cathedral, with numerous different areas to look around. It's located on St James Mt but you can also get to it from Upper Duke Street. There is paid car park for the cathedral, but it's only a 10 minute walk from the city centre, so if you have been in town it's worth a little walk up the hill to have an explore. I wanted to put together a post to show some of the art and design of the cathedral. 










If you are into your design and architecture, I would recommend making a trip to the cathedral to fully appreciate the building. You can also go on a tower experience which lets you go up to the rooftop for the 360 degree view of the city, but I didn't have time to do this so will be going back at some point for a climb to the top! 

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