Travelling to LiverpoolMap showing location of Arena and Convention Centre Liverpool Address is: Arena and Convention Centre Liverpool, Kings Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, L3 4FP.
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From the South - Virgin Rail operate hourly direct services to Liverpool Lime Street (London to Liverpool approx. 2.5 hours).
From the North - Virgin Rail to Wigan North Western, Local train to Liverpool Lime Street.
National Rail Enquiries: +44(0)20 7278 5240 Web: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk
The Arena & Convention Centre Liverpool is a 15 minute walk from Lime Street, a short taxi ride; you can take a Merseyrail train to James Street or catch the Route S1 bus directly to ACC Liverpool.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is situated eight miles from the city and is best reached by taxi or the express bus.Liverpool Airport
+44 (0)151 907 2001
There is a rail link from Manchester Airport directly into Liverpool City Centre (Liverpool Lime Street Station), the journey time is approximately 1½ hours.Manchester Airport
Tel: +44 (0)161 489 3000
From the North
- take M6 to junction 26 and follow signs M58 Liverpool. From the South
- M6 to junction 21A, take M62 to Liverpool, follow signs for City Centre, until picking up signs for the Albert Dock
The City Centre Circular Route S1 links Lime Street railway station with Queen Square Bus Station, the Albert Dock, ACC Liverpool and other central tourist attractions. Route S1 operates every 10 minutes every day. For coach times visit http://www.nationalexpress.com
The Arena and Convention Centre Liverpool is a landmark regeneration project which was completed in 2008 and is situated in the heart of Liverpool on the historic, world heritage waterfront next to the famous grade one listed Albert Dock.
Designed by the award winning architects Wilkinson Eyre and costing £146 million, ACC Liverpool is one of the most sustainable venues in Europe - designed to produce half the CO2 emissions of traditional buildings the same size.
With the success of European Capital of Culture for Liverpool in 2008 Liverpool has shown the world the best of its creative thinking and its wonderful cultural attractions. This is more than just a city with a big reputation - It's the centre of a vast area of beauty, culture and entertainment that deserves exploration. Many of the attractions on offer represent great value or are even free.
Liverpool boasts a variety of shopping facilities and restaurants to cater for all tastes and budgets. The architecture is world-class, with more listed buildings than any city outside London. The heart of the city and its waterfront sit proudly alongside treasures like the Taj Mahal and Pyramids at Giza as a World Heritage Site.
The Arena and Convention Centre is well-served by local transport links and with a wide range of shops, hotels, restaurants and bars both on site and within easy walking distance of the complex. Frequent access to Monarchs Quay is available via the public transport network and the expansion of Liverpool John Lennon Airport – the fastest growing airport in the UK – offers a wide range of national and international air links. Manchester International Airport is also only a short drive away.
There is a 1600 space car park available on site and all parts of the city centre are within easy walking distance, including Lime Street station. Lime Street operates all main line services across the UK including hourly London services.
To make the most of your visit to Liverpool please visit www.visitliverpool.com where you will find a wealth of information on Liverpool.