As the lockdown eases, many of our fantastic arts and cultural venues are reopening. It’s amazing to see but can be difficult to navigate all the different times, dates and venue requirements.
We’ve compiled a handy list of all the current information, so you can head out and enjoy the region’s unique cultural spaces again.
Bluecoat – Open Thursday – Saturday, 11am – 4.30pm. Limited number of visitors, three at one time.
The Beatles Story – Opens 21 July, 10am – 6pm, pre-booked only.
British Music Experience – Opens 1 August, pre-booked only.
Calderstones Park – Open, the exhibition and shop are open Saturday – Sunday, 12pm – 5pm.
FACT – Cinema opens 31 July. Galleries open from 12 August.
Plaza Cinema, Waterloo – Open, pre-selling tickets from their box office.
Strawberry Field Visitor Centre – Open, pre-booked only.
Tate Liverpool – Opens 27th July, pre-booked only. Café and shop only open to pre-booked visitors
Liver Tours – Open, operating City Walks from Albert Dock to Mathew Street.
Liverpool Cathedral – Open for Private Prayer only, daily 11-3pm in the Lady Chapel. Pre-booked only.
Ness Botanic Gardens – Open for members and volunteers. Pre-booked only.
Mersey Ferries – Open weekdays and weekends, with a maximum number of 90 people per journey. Special cruises are cancelled until August
Metropolitan Cathedral – Open for Private Prayer only, daily 12pm – 4pm. Sunday Mass is held online via their Facebook and YouTube pages.
Speke Hall – Grounds only open. Pre-booked only.
Unity Theatre – Opens 31 August. Phased reopening for artist support, community engagement and business hire.
World Museum – Open Wednesday-Sunday, 10am-5pm only. Pre-booked only.
Walker Art Gallery – Open Wednesday-Sunday, 10am-5pm only. Pre-booked only.