Where creativity comes to life
Liverpool is a port city on the banks of the River Mersey that claimed its place on the world stage in the 19th century as an ambitious economic powerhouse.
This period left a rich legacy of historic buildings that are now well-equipped for meetings and events. But it is not just its history that defines Liverpool, it is a thiriving centre of modern development with state-of-the-art convention facilities. Liverpool has stolen the spotlight culturally too, as the home city of the seminal band The Beatles.
- Liverpool John Lennon Airport receives flights from Europe and North Africa.
- Manchester International Airport is 50 minutes away by road and receives direct flights from over 200 global destinations.
- Liverpool is 2 hours 15 minutes from London by train.
A stunning example of modern architecture, the ACC Liverpool is located on the historic Liverpool Waterfront. As Europe’s only interconnected arena, conference and exhibition centre, its main arena can accommodate up to 10,600 delegates theatre-style and can be used in a variety of creative ways.
The largest cathedral in Britain can also be hired for business events. It is a spectacular venue for gala dinners and conferences and can accommodate up to 1,000 delegates.
Best known for hosting the annual Grand National steeplechase, Aintree Racecourse has 14 conference and meeting spaces suitable for business events. Its Golden Miller Suite can host up to 600 delegates theatre-style. There is up to 3,700 sq metres available for outdoor events with high quality AV equipment and 270 acres of outdoor space including the legendary Grand National course.