Lord Nelson

  • National Express Bus Station

    The Lord Nelson Hotel is a short taxi ride or fifteen minute walk away from Liverpool’s National Express terminus at Liverpool One. National Express offers connections to all parts of the country at great prices. Read More…

  • Main Museums + Galleries

    Just two to three hundred yards away are some of the finest museums and galleries in the United Kingdom. Liverpool’s World Museum in William Brown Street is the largest in the country outside of London and is open daily, offering free admission to five floors of exhibits including artefacts from ancient Rome, Greece and Egypt. It is great for the kids with a number of interactive displays. Read More…

  • Liverpool Empire Theatre

    Liverpool’s biggest theatre, the 2300 seat Empire, is just 50 yards away. Dating from the 1920s, it underwent a significant refurbishment at the beginning of the millennium when bar and restaurant facilities were upgraded. The Empire was where The Beatles last performed in the city in December 1965 and offers a range of productions, from West End and Broadway blockbusters to children’s shows. Read More…

  • Lime Street Station

    Liverpool’s mainline railway station Lime Street is just one hundred yards away. Frequent services operate to London, Birmingham, Yorkshire, Newcastle and the East Midlands. Opened in 1836, Lime Street is one of the oldest stations in the world and the arches at the main entrance date from then. Read More…