Collect your multi-lingual audio guide on arrival at Liverpool Cathedral and step inside to begin your self-guided tour. Marvel at the magnificent gothic arches, the highest and widest of their kind in the world, and gaze up at the exquisite Great West Window, the masterwork of Carl Edwards. Take a moment of reflection in the ornately decorated Lady Chapel, then look out for striking sculptures and modern artworks like Giovanni Della Robbia’s 'Kneeling Madonna', Elisabeth Frink’s 'The Welcoming Christ' and Tracey Emin’s 'For You' as you explore the rest of the cathedral.
When you’ve finished exploring the chapels and chapter house, make your way to the Tower Experience and soar to the top of the 500-foot (152-meter) church tower. Ride two elevators and climb 108 steps to the viewing platform, the highest in Liverpool and enjoy 360-degree views that span the whole city. The views aren’t the only highlight of the tower – admire the collection of Victorian and Edwardian embroidery on display in the Elizabeth Hoare Embroidery Gallery, watch a short film detailing the building of the cathedral and take a peek at the church’s famous Bartlett Bells, the highest and heaviest in the world.