Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King Liverpool
The Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King is a dramatic icon of faith, architecture, and human endeavour. A modern style cathedral completed in 1967 it is an awe-inspiring landmark on the Liverpool skyline that you will not want to miss.
One of its many outstanding architectural features must be the glorious stained glass lantern tower along with the many modern art works including wall hangings designed and made in the Cathedral Art Studio, the Stations of the Cross designed by Sean Rice and externally the ceremonial steps and Visitor Centre.
The Cathedral is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Liverpool and the seat of the Archbishop of Liverpool, the spiritual leader of the whole Northern Province of the Catholic Church in England.
Mount Pleasant Liverpool L3 5TQ
0151 709 9222 Visit the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King Liverpool website firstname.lastname@example.org
Disabled access : Suitable for the disabled Opening Times : Cathedral: 8am - 6pm ,
Lutyens Crypt and Treasury: 10am - 4pm Last Admission : Last admissions to the Lutyens Crypt and Treasury: 3.30pm. Admission Prices : Entrance to the Lutyens Crypt and Treasury is £3 per person. Tickets may be purchaed on the day.