How to find us
For the safety of visitors and audience members the following security measures will be in place during your visit. Bags may be subject to checks on performance days, and it will not be possible to check bags into the cloakroom. Please ensure you arrive early and avoid bringing large bags with you, as this could delay your entrance into the Hall.
Visitors and audience members are kindly reminded that all areas of Liverpool Philharmonic Hall are monitored by CCTV.
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and Music Room
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall. Hope Street, Liverpool, L1 9BP
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Music Room is situated on the corner of Myrtle Street and Sugnall Street at to the rear of Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Music Room can be found using the directions for the hall.
Click here to open a Google map and use Google Street View to take a look around our new venue Music Room.
The nearest train stations are Liverpool Central (10 min walk) and Liverpool Lime Street (13 min walk).
From January to June 2017 Merseyrail and Network Rail have announced major engineering works on the rail tracks which run under the River Mersey. Train services between Liverpool and Wirral will be significantly disrupted.
It is envisaged that, as a result of the railway closures, alternative routes between Liverpool and Wirral will be significantly busier. We advise leaving a little earlier and allowing extra time for your journey. Go to merseyrail.org for more info.
We are on the 75, 80 and 86 bus routes. www.merseytravel.gov.uk has comprehensive transport information and a ‘Journey Planner’ service, or you can call Traveline on 0871 200 2233.
There are a number of cycle routes available for accessing Liverpool Philharmonic. Please visit www.sustrans.org.uk to find the best route. Bike racks are available to the right of the main hall entrance.
Directions from the M62
Continue along the motorway until its end and then follow the signs for the city centre, cathedrals and universities (c.3 miles). Turn left at the Metropolitan Cathedral and head past the Everyman Theatre along Hope Street.
The postcode for satnav is L1 9BP.
Liverpool Philharmonic Caledonia Street Car Park (L1 9BP)
Liverpool Philharmonic Car Park is open 24 hours. It is a pay and display car park and spaces are limited.
Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral (L3 5TQ)
We offer pre-paid parking for the majority of Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra concerts at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral.
Car park spots are available to pre-purchase for just £4.50 at the Box Office on 0151 709 3789 or from the concert pages. Details of when parking is available can be found on the concert pages.
There are several other car parks available in the surrounding area, please click here for more information.
Blue Badge Holders
There is no specific disabled parking at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall. However, Blue Badge holders can park on single or double yellow lines for up to three hours, except where there is a ban on loading or unloading. They can park in any on street pay and display bay and in most of the city's pay and display car parks free of charge, with no time limit.
On the streets surrounding the Hall, there are pay and display bays as well as parts of each street that have single or double lines.
Alternatively, those attending the concert can be dropped off at the front entrance and ask a member of our front of house team to escort them to their seat - there will be stewards in the entrance foyer who will be happy to assist.
St George’s Hall
St George’s Hall is situated in Liverpool's St George's Quarter in the city centre, directly opposite Lime Street Station. Access to the Concert Room is via the north entrance on William Brown Street at the end of the building. By car on entering the city follow signs for Lime Street railway station.
By public transport Queen's Square Bus Station and Lime Street Station are both less than 5 minutes’ walk away.
There are a number of carparks nearby.
The postcode for satnav is L1 1JJ.