Explore Liverpool with Liverpool City Walks. Take a bespoke walk with our professionally qualified Blue Badge and Green Badge guides.
Walk this way ......... to experience Liverpool's Main Cultural buildings.
This walk takes you through Liverpool’s UNESCO World Heritage Site which holds one of the finest collections of Victorian Architecture in the UK – from St Georges Hall & the World Museum Liverpool to Central Library & the Walker Art Gallery on to the County Sessions House, once the local courthouse.
Known in the 16th Century as the Great Heath this area, complete with windmills and uncultivated land outside the limit of the town later became known as Shaw’s Brow. It began to be built on in the early C18th thereby extending the town beyond the tidal creek known as the Pool. Over time the city gradually built the wealth of classical buildings to be discovered all positioned around the Grade 1 listed neo-classical St Georges Hall with its criminal courts and concert hall.
You will love seeing outside the buildings as well as taking a stroll through some interiors to see some highlights of the collections
If you love culture you MUST do this walk!
Available in all weathers by arrangement 21days in advance, subject to numbers:
email Liverpoolcitywalks@gmail.com to request preferred timings.
Length of walk - 2hrs. This is a short walk but with lots to see in a very compact area. All the buildings are accessible.
Some cobbled walkways and uneven paved surfaces with a slight incline during part of the walk.
Wheelchair users will require assistance from a strong able pusher.
Toilet facilities are available in public buildings.
We walk in all weathers so recommend comfortable footwear and clothing to match the weather of our Maritime City.
Starts : Outside the World Museum, William Brown Street underneath the brightly coloured Museum sign.
Ends : This is a circular walk that takes in the garden and all the buildings of William Brown Street and ends back at the World Museum.
BY CAR : If using satnav, input L3 8EL or William Brown Street.
Follow brown tourist signs to museums.
On street paid parking on William Brown Street is limited.
The other nearest car park can be found at Q Park, Queens Square L1 1RH.
BY BUS : Queens Square local bus terminus is situated across the garden to William Brown St.
Hop on Hop off city tours visit and stop on William Brown Street.
BY TRAIN : Main line trains terminate at Lime Street Station just across from St Georges Hall
Merseyrail services at Central Station and Lime Street Station are but a short walk.