Getting to the Walker Art Gallery

Walker Art Gallery
William Brown Street
Liverpool
L3 8EL

Transport links:

Map showing the Walker Art Gallery

If you can't see the Google map above you can download a printer-friendly information sheet with details of how to get to the Walker Art Gallery including a map:

Find out the best way to get here by using the Merseytravel journey planner or by calling Merseytravel on 0871 200 2233.

Transport

By road:

The Walker is in Liverpool city centre, close to the entrance to the Queensway Tunnel and Lime Street Station.

Use the AA Route Planner to plan your journey.

By train:  train icon

Nearest train stations:

  • Liverpool Lime Street - Wirral and national services
  • Moorfields station - Northern line services (Southport - Hunts Cross)
  • Liverpool Central - Wirral and Northern line services.

Use the  Merseyrail website or  National Rail Enquries to plan your journey.

As part of Merseyrail’s ongoing station improvement programme, Moorfields station will be closing in phases for refurbishment, from Monday 13 April 2015 until April 2016.
For more information visit the Merseyrail website.

By bus:  Bus icon

Nearest bus stations:

  • Queens Square bus station 
  • Liverpool One bus station

Use the  Merseytravel website  to plan your journey.

By coach:

Nearest coach station:

  • Norton Street (Liverpool city centre)

Use the  National Express website  to plan your journey.

Parking

Car and coach parking    Coach parking icon

There is pay and display parking outside the gallery on William Brown Street and behind the World Museum on Hunter Street. The nearest other car park is at Queen Square.

William Brown Street is designated a drop off and pick up point for coaches, with a maximum stay of 15 minutes. Group bookers travelling by coach can visit the Liverpool Travel Trade website for more information on suitable long stay coach parks.

Blue badge parking spaces

There are a limited number of blue badge parking spaces about 20 yards from the museum entrance on William Brown Street. These are owned by Liverpool City Council and we cannot reserve them for visitors.