Leisure Queen Square Liverpool
Marriott Hotel Liverpool
Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre offers four star luxury accommodation
The Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre couldn’t offer a better location, set within the art and cultural district overlooking vibrant Queen Square and within walking distance to Liverpool Lime Street Train Station. Beautifully decorated during a recent refurbishment, luxurious bedding with cotton-rich linens and fluffier pillows. After a day of museum hopping or shopping, enjoy a swim in our indoor pool. Keep your exercise on track while working out in our leisure club. And, stay in touch with colleagues with WIFI in the hotel. Our Liverpool event hotel offers 7 meeting rooms, certified event planners and impeccable catering for conferences, meetings and weddings.Newly installed, are fantastic 32-inch televisions in all our bedrooms.
- Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre offers four star luxury accommodation with FREE wi-fi in all public areas , business centre and car parking
- Incredible location: opposite Lime Street Station; near Liverpool Echo Arena and Beatles Museum. Its perfect for shopping, sightseeing and dining
- Our hotel features flexible meeting and conference facilities, wedding and event planning and on-site catering with dedicated event planners.
For more information call the general manager of the hotel
- Accessible guest rooms have a 32 inch wide opening
- Fitness center entrance is accessible
- Main entrance is accessible
- Pathway to registration desk is accessible
- Registration desk is accessible
- Route to accessible guest rooms is accessible
- Service animals allowed for persons with disabilities
- Business center entrance is accessible
- Hotel has on site accessible self-parking
- Meeting spaces are all accessible
- Pool entrances are all accessible
- Restaurants and lounges are all accessible
- Self-operating lifts are available for all pools
- Spa entrance is accessible
1 Queen Square, Liverpool
151 476 8000
Genting Club Casinos Queen Square
For a great night out!
For one of the ultimate nights out in Liverpool visit Genting Club Queen Square. Offering all of your favourite casino games including American Roulette, Blackjack, Three Card Poker, Baccarat and Electronic Roulette. Find out more about our games. Fancy a bite to eat or a cocktail? Genting Club Queen Square boasts an exquisite restaurant, stylish bar and live entertainment so why go anywhere else?
Enjoy a free learn to play session on your next visit, let our dealers educate & entertain you for free before you venture onto the live gaming tables, play like a professional, party like a celebrity & have fun like nothing else in town. So if you love the style, excitement and energy of casino gaming and relish the chance to match your skills with like-minded customers, we look forward to seeing you very soon in our casino where you can relax and feel free to enjoy yourself.
Slots players have always enjoyed a warm welcome at Genting, but now there really is no better place to give slots a spin. So, whether you’re a committed fan or just curious to learn more, isn’t it time you discovered why Genting is the hottest place around for slots.
Right Here Right Now £10K Jackpot Machines
Pull up a chair & get yourself comfy for the ride of your life, it’s £10,000 Jackpot Machines at Queen Square with all your old favourite games like Lobster Mania & Cleopatra & check out the new games including Wild Wolf & Mystical Mermaid.
Come on down to Genting Club Queen Square!
1-3 Queen Square,
0151 702 7610
Liverpool Empire Theatre
Major touring entertainment venue
Liverpool Empire Theatre is located on the corner of Lime Street and London Road in Liverpool, Merseyside, England. The theatre is the second to be built on the site, and was opened in 1925. It has the largest two-tier auditorium in Britain and can seat 2,348 people. During its time it has hosted many types of entertainment, including variety shows, musicals, operas, pop concerts, and plays. The Beatles appeared in the theatre in their early days. The theatre has hosted twoRoyal Command Performances and, in 2007, a Royal Variety Performance to mark Liverpool’s being designated a European City of Culture the following year. It is sited in the William Brown Street Conservation Area.
The Empire Theatre continues to stage productions in various genres, including musicals, pop concerts, comedians, plays, opera, and wrestling. The theatre is reputed to be haunted by at least two ghosts, one a former painter at the theatre called Len, the other a girl aged about nine or ten in Victorian dress. As of 2011 the Empire is part of the Ambassador Theatre Group(ATG).
Pre-Order Your Interval Drinks
Don’t forget to pre-order your interval drinks when you arrive as all bars get busy! During most performances alcoholic drinks are allowed into the auditorium. We now accept all major credit and debit cards for bar bill payments.
Autograph – The Empire Theatre Cafe Bar
Whether you want to meet friends over a coffee, enjoy a delicious lunch in our pleasant and relaxing surroundings or simply enjoy a pre-theatre meal, Autograph is the perfect place to begin your enchanting theatre experience. Enjoy superb coffees, teas, soft drinks and selected wines and beers, in a casual yet sophisticated setting. Opens 11am.
Lime Street, Liverpool
0844 871 3017
Playhouse Theatre Liverpool
For a great night out!
At the Playhouse, we offer bold productions of great plays in the three-tier main house, and intimate, intense staging of new plays in the 70-seat Studio.
The Liverpool Playhouse is a theatre in Williamson Square, Liverpool. The building began life as the Star Music Hall in 1866, and became a theatre in 1911 on the formation of the Liverpool Repertory Company – one of the first and soon one of the most prestigious ‘reps’ in the country.
In its first half-century the Playhouse’s acting roster included Robert Donat, Michael Redgrave, Rachel Kempson, John Thaw,Anthony Hopkins, Patricia Routledge, Michael Gambon, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen and many, many more. The latter part of the 20th century featured many high points, one of the most celebrated being the tenure of the Gang of Four – Alan Bleasdale, Chris Bond,Bill Morrison and Willy Russell.
Since it joined forces with the Everyman in 1999, the Playhouse has produced a rich and acclaimed programme including classic drama (such as Kim Cattrall’s Liverpool homecoming in Antony and Cleopatra), new plays (including commissions by Jonathan Harvey and Frank Cottrell-Boyce) and adaptations (such as Roger McGough’s delicious and delirious new versions of Molière).
In 2011, we celebrated the Playhouse’s Centenary with a full season of home-produced work, a Gala performance of The Ladykillers; the publication of a new book (see right), and our most special birthday present to the theatre was the reopening of the Studio as a performance space, with the world première of The Swallowing Dark by Lizzie Nunnery.
Our mission is to reflect the aspirations and concerns of our audiences, to dazzle and inspire them, welcome and connect with them, nurture the artists within them and fuel their civic pride. Wherever these connections happen – whether in our theatres, in the community, in schools, or outside Liverpool – we hope to ignite the imagination, explore what it is to be human and always to exceed expectation.
Williamson Square, Liverpool
0151 709 4776
Royal Court Theatre Liverpool
At The Heart Of Great Liverpool Theatre
The Royal Court Theatre has always been a landmark building in Liverpool and has seen truly legendary names perform over the last one hundred years. Royal Court Liverpool offers a range of long running plays and one off shows. Past one-night performances have seen the likes of Joan Rivers, Russell Howard, Dylan Moran, Simon Amstell and Ben Elton bringing their shows to us.
We are dedicated to producing the very best in comedy, drama and musicals and we are looking forward to being at the heart of great Liverpool Theatre for some time yet…
Royal Court Interior
If you haven’t been to see a show with us before then you may be a little surprised by the layout of parts of the building. While the Circle and Balcony areas are set out as they would be in a traditional theatre, the Stalls area has been refitted in a cabaret style. We serve meals before a lot of the plays that we have on here and tickets with meals are only available in the Stalls. You need to pay for your meal when you book your tickets and then arrive no later than one hour before the performance to eat.
1 Roe Street, Liverpool
0870 787 1866
World Museum Liverpool
For a fantastic day out!
At World Museum you can enjoy a fantastic day out and enjoy five floors of historic treasures for free. From Japanese Samauri armour to bugs galore, from ancient Egyptian mummies and dinosaurs, to outer space, there’s something for everyone.
Discover treasures from around the world, explore outer space and meet live creatures!
Baby changing and prams
There are baby changing facilities on levels 1, 3 and 4.
Prams can be stored in the cloakroom near the main entrance. Please ask a member of staff for assistance.
Things to see and do
- Visit our ‘Things to see’ page for our top ‘must-see’ list.
- Check the ‘What’s on’ listings for family-friendly activities to do at the museum
- Our quarterly Family Guide has details of our free family exhibitions, events and activities. It can be requested through our register with us page. A large print version is also available.
If you would like to visit the museum and have specific access requirements for your group, please contact Gina Couch (email@example.com), Steve Cross (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mike Graham (email@example.com) to discuss these.
Learning sessions are free of charge and usually link to the national curriculum through our collections and displays. Many sessions are led by a member of our team, while some are self-led. Booking well in advance is advised.
World Museum has a fantastic science offer taking in the Aquarium, Planetarium and Bug House, all of which run specially-devised sessions for schools. Top themes include Ancient Greece and Ancient Egypt, and there are also opportunities to study world cultures and natural history in our dedicated hands-on centres.
Williamson Brown Street, Liverpool
0151 478 4393
Walker Art Gallery Liverpool
From Burne-Jones to Banksy, fantastic changing exhibitions and a dedicated children’s gallery… all for free
The Walker Art Gallery, in Liverpool has beautiful paintings, sculpture and decorative art from the 13th century to the present day.
The Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool has one of the most impressive collections of fine and decorative art in Europe and is renowned for the depth of its Renaissance and Pre-Raphaelite collections. It is home to outstanding works by Rubens, Rembrandt, Poussin and Gainsborough and Rossetti.
Baby changing and prams
There are baby changing facilities on the first floor.
Prams can be stored in the ground floor cloakroom.
Things to see and do
- The Big Art for Little Artists gallery on the ground floor is designed specially for children and is very popular.
- Check the ‘What’s on’ listings for family-friendly activities to do at the gallery.
- Our monthly Family enewsletter has details of our free family exhibitions, events and activities. Sign up through our register with us page.
In the gallery
- Assistance dogs are welcome.
- There are two wheelchairs available to borrow on request at the information desk.
- The building is accessed via a ramp to the right of the main entrance and there is a lift for access to the first floor.
- There are wheelchair accessible toilets on the ground floor.
Group leaders wanting to organise sessions for visitors with special needs should contact our education team on 0151 478 4788.
Williamson Brown Street, Liverpool
0151 207 0001
St. George’s Hall Liverpool
One of the finest neo-classical buildings in the world
At the heart of Liverpool’s St George’s Quarter and directly opposite Lime Street Station, St George’s Hall is a breathtaking venue.
Throughout the year we have a hold a host of free and paid for public events and exhibitions. We even have an on site cafe, Tourist Information and Heritage Centre.
We have a selection of fabulous rooms for anyone getting married, having a party or holding a corporate event, plus bespoke catering packages available to suit all budgets. St George’s Hall is a popular location for filming and the Liverpool Film Office is on hand to help.
St George’s Hall hosts a variety of activities throughout the year with a diverse programme of events, exhibitions and festivals. Please see our What’s On guide.
St George’s Hall is a unique and popular choice for any conference or corporate event, with a wide range of facilities that allow for flexibility and creativity.
Built in the 19th century, this Grade 1 listed building hosts a range of fantastic spaces, the largest being the Great Hall with its impressive chandeliers, stained glass windows and magnificient barrel vaulted ceiling.
Whilst the venue is taken care of, you can also rest assured our catering team will provide you with mouth watering menus and bespoke catering solutions for any event.
The Great Hall
The Great Hall features:
- 720m of floor space.
- Theatre style seating for 800.
- Banqueting space for up to 600.
- Lectures and drinks reception space up to 800.
- Furniture and staging.
- 3 phase/16 amp power.
- Additional break out and green rooms.
The Concert Room
The breathtaking Concert Room, a magnificent circular room in cream and gold, with truly staggering artistry, can seat up to 500.
The room features a large Victorian stage originally designed to accomodate an orchestra with excellent acoustics. We also have a Steinway piano.
Smaller rooms and suites
A number of smaller rooms and suites are available to hire, either separately or as breakout/Green Rooms. Each room has great views and all are ideal for seminars and smaller meetings.
Mon – Sun: 10am – 4pm 7 days a week
St John’s Lane, Liverpool
0151 233 3020