Each Christmas, Liverpool Cathedral traditionally welcomes many visitors with trips to Cathedral playing a big part in many family’s festive preparations.
This year, the Cathedral team have worked hard to make visitor experience really enjoyable, but above all, as safe as possible. Read more about what measures we have introduced to keep everybody safe on our website.
Embrace the feeling of flight when you stand between Angel Wings in the Cathedral’s Derby Transept. Created by Luxmuralis, Angel Wings is a moving light projection artwork. At shoulder height, the Angel Wings’ feathers pulsate and change colour to a curated soundtrack.
An award-winning artistic collaboration, between Peter Walker sculptor, and composer David Harper, Luxmuralis is known for producing large-scale light and sound shows. They have now created an art form called Light Tags. It’s a type of light graffiti, projecting small light artworks on walls and buildings.
Specially designed for Liverpool Cathedral, Angel Wings is the first version of a Light Tag which Luxmuralis have created as an installation. You can come along to Liverpool Cathedral to take photos of yourself and your loved ones with Angel Wings for free during our opening hours but you must book your visit through Eventbrite.
Festive Food and Drink
Coffee, Cakes and Carols
On selected Tuesdays and Thursdays in December, treat yourself to coffee and cake as you listen to some seasonal merriment from young Cathedral Choral Scholars. They’ll sing traditional carols and popular songs in ten minutes sessions on:
· Tuesday 8 December from 13:30 to 14:40
· Thursday 10 December from 13:30 to 14:40
· Tuesday 15 December from 13:30 to 14:40
· Thursday 17 December from 13:30 to 14:40
Remember to book your visit through Eventbrite. Please note, booking your visit does not guarantee a table at the Mezz in the Well. Tables allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Christmas Shopping at Liverpool Cathedral Shop
Find inspiration for unique Christmas gifts or shop for unusual Christmas decorations to suit your pocket in our Cathedral Shop. You’ll find Cathedral Shop opening hours on our Christmas Opening Hours web page. You can browse and shop online.
You find details of our Advent and Christmas services and events on our Events Pages. You’ll need to book your place(s) on Eventbrite.
We’d advise booking early to avoid disappointment as places are limited due to physical distancing guidelines and visitor number limits.