4.8 of 5 (4 votes)

Liverpool City Centre

A leisurely walk (city/town) in Liverpool, England, about 6.80km (4.23 mi) long with an estimated walking time of about 2:00h. It is suitable for families with children, prams & pushchairs, wheelchairs.
Elevation Profile
Ascent 77m (252ft)
Descent 80m (262ft)
Max. Elevation 60m (196ft)
Altitude Gain & Loss 157m (514ft)
Start & End
Distance 6.80km
Duration ~2:00h
1Created by driver 16 on 10 Jun 2013
Welcome to Liverpool, development began in the early 1700s, grew into a great port trading with all parts of the World, Titanic started her journey from here and now cruise ships arrive and leave and of course great links to Ireland with ferries. Because of its trading it is very multi national and multi cultural, one of the few places left where you can be politically incorrect without offending anyone, the people are very friendly, have a great sense of humour and can laugh at and with themselves. Hope I have whetted your appetite to spend some time here (suggest 3 days), the Mersey Ferry co. run river cruises to Seacombe Spaceport and Woodside U-boat story, also they do a Manchester Ship Canal cruise to Salford Quay, home of the Lowry theatre, one of the Imperial War Museums, media city BBC, ITV studios and the new Coronation Street set and provide coaches for the return to Liverpool. 

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Walk Map

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OS Grid SJ350905
Pick up copy of Discover Liverpool-City Centre Map from TIC, it is bigger and clearer than download, lists 47 places of interest in the city, Lime Street named after the kilns that used to proccess lime mined locally in years gone by.
OS Grid SJ349906
Museum and Library, one of many Georgian buildings.
About 0.15 km (~0.09 miles) from
OS Grid SJ356902
Lutyens' massive 1930s building was stopped by WW2, redesigned by Frederick Gibberd and completed in 1967, nicknamed Paddy's Wigwam or the Mersey Funnel, noted for its stunning stained glass and the Crown of Thorns on top of the lanterns.
About 0.86 km (~0.53 miles) from
OS Grid SJ353894
On St. James Mount, worlds largest Anglican cathedral, built between 1904 and 1978, highest and heaviest peal of bells, highest Gothic arches, longest nave, biggest cathedral organ, etc.
About 0.86 km (~0.53 miles) from
OS Grid SJ351896
Like any city trading with the rest of the world, large Chinese immigrant population.
About 0.35 km (~0.22 miles) from
OS Grid SJ355898
World reknowned for its interior, especially the Gents' toilet (seriously), wonder if they sell scouse stew, introduced into Liverpool by Swedish sailors, lamb, carrots, onions and potatoes, given Liverpudlians their nickname "scousers" !!!!
About 0.42 km (~0.26 miles) from
OS Grid SJ343900
One for the Ladies, brand new shopping precinct developed by Grosvenor Estates.
About 1.24 km (~0.77 miles) from
OS Grid SJ339899
The Maritime Museum and Museum of Liverpool, free entry to both, excellent displays.
About 0.40 km (~0.25 miles) from
OS Grid SJ338902
Opposite are buildings known as the Three Graces, Port of Liverpool building, Cunard building and the Royal Liver assurance building, one of the world's first reinforced concrete buildings, a technique used to build the great skyscrapers in America.
About 0.23 km (~0.14 miles) from
OS Grid SJ341904
Another great Georgian building.
About 0.36 km (~0.22 miles) from
OS Grid SJ343904
Hard Days Night Hotel, Cavern Club and Cavern Walks, one of Liverpool's clubbing hotspots and designer boutiques.
About 0.28 km (~0.17 miles) from
OS Grid SJ348900
Alive with art, music and culture the beating bohemian heart of Liverpool, bars, restaurants world class art and film exhibitions, video and independent new media, the cool hub of the city, short walk back to Lime St. passing St. John's Gardens with memorial to the Hillsborough victims.
About 0.55 km (~0.34 miles) from
OS Grid SJ350904
Hope you've got a taste of the humour and friendlyness of Liverpool, I've always had an affinity with the city, my first job back in the 60s, I worked with a scouser whose father was a ferry captain, whose sister was at university here (there are now 3 unis) had digs in the Old Swan area, typical weekend spent at the Philharmonic and back to hers for parties, those were the days !!!!
About 0.46 km (~0.29 miles) from

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