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Georgian QuarterLiverpool

Enclosed by the city’s two glorious cathedrals, this residential zone features a combination of historic Georgian homes and museums, and modern restaurants and cinemas.

The Georgian Quarter comprises a grid of majestic terraced houses built in the 19th century. The historic churches and museums that line these lavish streets reflect the riches of Liverpool at the time they were built. Take part in a walking tour through this residential zone for a better understanding of its architectural history.

Stroll along acclaimed Hope Street for some of the city’s most iconic landmarks. Marking its southern end is the Gothic masterpiece of Liverpool Cathedral, which is one of the largest in Europe. Visit the church and pass through the leafy gardens. Back on the street, stop for a meal in one of the street’s chic restaurants that serve modern cuisine.

Appreciate the art deco design of Liverpool Philharmonic concert hall, where you can attend recitals and cinema screenings. At Hope Street’s northern end, you’ll find the Everyman Theatre, Liverpool John Moores University and Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, which is recognizable by its futuristic aesthetic. Take the cathedral’s Tower Tour for stunning views of the surrounding area.

In the southern part of the Georgian Quarter is the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, founded by Sir Paul McCartney. Head next door to the Hardmans’ House, which served as the studio and home of famous Irish photographer E. Chambré Hardman. Study the collection of photos of the locals and the city of Liverpool. Nearby stand the imposing columns and pediment of St. Bride’s Church.

As you wander through the district, take a break at a traditional Georgian pub and try the local ales. Join a ghost walk to hear about some of Liverpool’s most haunted buildings. Other highlights include the Al Rahma Masjid mosque and Falkner Square Gardens.

The Georgian Quarter is in the Canning area in the southeastern corner of Liverpool’s city center. Arrive at Liverpool Central railway station and walk southeast for a few minutes to get here. Explore the outskirts of the district for such landmarks as the Williamson Tunnels Heritage Center and Garstang Museum of Archaeology.

Top Hotels in Georgian Quarter

Estimated price for 1 night / 2 adults
43 Knight Street Apartments
43 Knight Street Apartments
4 out of 5
43 Knight Street, Liverpool, England
The price is $142 per night

Located in Liverpool City Centre, this apartment building is within a 5-minute walk of FACT and Philharmonic Hall. University of Liverpool and Liverpool ONE ...

1.8/5 (5 reviews)

"DONT PAY A DEPOSIT. YOU WILL GET ROBBED. HOTEL SAID MONEY WOULD BW IN MY BANK WITHIN 2 DAYS. 3 WEEKS LATER......."…"

Reviewed on Jan 14, 2019

43 Knight Street Apartments
City Studios - Rodney Street
City Studios - Rodney Street
3 out of 5
27 Rodney Street, Liverpool, England
Free CancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is $47 per night

Located in Liverpool City Centre, this apartment building is within a 10-minute walk of Philharmonic Hall, University of Liverpool, and Concert Square. Liverpool ...

4.1/5Very Good! (44 reviews)

"Good location for access to city centre and amenities. Apartments were clean and tidy"…"

Reviewed on Jul 4, 2020

City Studios - Rodney Street
Hope Street Hotel
Hope Street Hotel
4 out of 5
40 Hope Street, Liverpool, England
The price is $86 per night

Located in Liverpool City Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Philharmonic Hall, University of Liverpool, and Concert Square. Liverpool Empire Theatre ...

4.5/5Wonderful! (753 reviews)
COSY

"NICE COMFORTABLE WARM COSY"…"

Reviewed on Mar 15, 2020

Hope Street Hotel
The L1 Rodney St Rooms
The L1 Rodney St Rooms
3 out of 5
57 Rodney Street, Liverpool, England

Located in Liverpool City Centre, this guesthouse is within a 5-minute walk of Liverpool Anglican Cathedral and Philharmonic Hall. University of Liverpool and ...

3.9/5Good! (29 reviews)

"Are you taking the piss? Look at my complaint on the night!! I want my money back and so far it’s being very difficult to retrieve. I’ve used hotels.com MANY times and won’t be using again"…"

Reviewed on Aug 8, 2019

The L1 Rodney St Rooms
The Georgian Town House Hotel
The Georgian Town House Hotel
3 out of 5
60 Upper Parliament Street, Liverpool, England
The price is $82 per night

Located in Georgian Quarter, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Greek Orthodox Church of St Nicholas and Philharmonic Hall. University of Liverpool and ...

4.2/5Excellent! (91 reviews)

"Great place to stay in Liverpool, full of character staying true to its Georgian heritage. Very close to Cathedral"…"

Reviewed on Mar 16, 2020

The Georgian Town House Hotel
Agnes Jones House - Campus Residence
Agnes Jones House - Campus Residence
2 out of 5
1A Catharine St, Liverpool, England

Located in Georgian Quarter, this hostel is within a 10-minute walk of Philharmonic Hall and University of Liverpool. Liverpool Empire Theatre and Liverpool ...

4.6/5Wonderful! (5 reviews)
cheap and good location

"Good location, only a 15 minute walk into the city centre. It would've been nice to have a TV and tea/coffee making facilities in the room but I understand it's students accommodation. It was cheap though and I would stay again."…"

Reviewed on Aug 29, 2018

Agnes Jones House - Campus Residence

Popular places to visit in Georgian Quarter

Albert Dock
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Albert Dock

4.5/5(172 reviews)

Liverpool’s fashionable waterfront precinct is home to some of the city’s best restaurants and bars, and many of the city’s best museums.

Chester Zoo
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Chester Zoo

4.5/5(11 reviews)

Traverse bridges, islands and replicas of distant lands in these gardens. See more than 400 species of rare and exotic wildlife.

Liverpool ONE
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Liverpool ONE

4.5/5(132 reviews)

Shop, dine, play a round of golf or catch the latest movies in this enormous outdoor shopping and entertainment complex, right in the heart of Liverpool.

Sefton Park
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Sefton Park

4.5/5(3 reviews)

Jog around the lake, picnic on a hilltop or watch local sporting teams tough it out at the largest park in Liverpool.

M&S Bank Arena
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M&S Bank Arena

4/5(14 reviews)

Catch an event at M&S Bank Arena during your trip to Liverpool. Wander the area's marina or simply enjoy one of its top-notch restaurants.

Beatles Story
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Beatles Story

4.5/5(105 reviews)

Explore this dedicated museum to John, Paul, George and Ringo and learn the story of the Beatles.

Top things to do in Georgian Quarter

History of Liverpool - St James' Cemetery & Gardens
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History of Liverpool - St James' Cemetery & Gardens

$38
Per adult
The Beatles Story Experience
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The Beatles Story Experience

$21
Per adult
92% of travellers recommend
Liverpool Guided Walk & 138m Tower Tour
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Liverpool Guided Walk & 138m Tower Tour

$32
Per adult
96% of travellers recommend
Beatles Ticket to Ride Walk & Luxury Transport - Full Day
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Beatles Ticket to Ride Walk & Luxury Transport - Full Day

$95
Per adult
94% of travellers recommend
The Beatles & Liverpool Rail Trip with Magical Mystery Tour
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The Beatles & Liverpool Rail Trip with Magical Mystery Tour

$207
Per adult
90% of travellers recommend
Private Round Trip to The Beatles Story from Manchester
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Private Round Trip to The Beatles Story from Manchester

$31
Per adult

Other neighborhoods in Liverpool

Graffiti, Liverpool
Langy Langerson on trover

RopeWalks

Travelers to RopeWalks praise its popular shops. If you've got some more time to explore, be sure to make a stop by Concert Square and FACT.

RopeWalks
Street art mural at Greenland Street, Liverpool.
Taken on a Sony a6000 with a 7artisans fisheye lens.
Peter Sutton on trover

Baltic Triangle

Notable for its waterfront views, shopping, and bars, Baltic Triangle is a sought-after destination for many travelers visiting Liverpool. If you want to see some sights in the area, check out M&S Bank Arena or Beatles Story.

Baltic Triangle
Royal Liver Building showing a city and heritage architecture

Liverpool City Centre

4.5/5Wonderful!(364 area reviews)

Are you interested in fantastic nightlife, fascinating museums, and beautiful waterfront views? A visit to Liverpool City Centre might be the perfect thing. You can also explore top sights like Liverpool ONE and Cavern Club.

Liverpool City Centre
Museum of Liverpool showing modern architecture and a river or creek

The Docks

Are you interested in fantastic nightlife, beautiful waterfront views, and popular shops? A visit to The Docks might be the perfect thing. You can also explore top sights like Beatles Story and Albert Dock.

The Docks
Sefton Park featuring a bridge, a garden and a lake or waterhole

Sefton Park

4.5/5Wonderful!(8 area reviews)

Sefton Park is popular for its abundant dining options, and if you're looking for more to see and do, you might think about a trip to Sefton Park or Lark Lane.

Sefton Park
Everton, Liverpool, England, United Kingdom
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Everton

3.5/5Good!(3 area reviews)

The restaurants and museums are a few reasons travelers visit Everton. Want to see more of the surrounding area? Anfield Road Stadium and Liverpool Empire Theatre are a few top sights nearby.

Everton