Getting Here

Our full exhibition programme is now closed, but visitors can still enjoy groundbreaking art in person at FACT and Bluecoat until August & September.

Liverpool's excellent transport network provides easy access to and from multiple UK, European and international destinations.

Always travel in-line with UK Government COVID-19 Guidelines. Find the most up-to-date information at GOV.UK.

By Car


Liverpool City Region is well served by the UK motorway network. From the M6 take the M62, M58 or M56 direct to the city. On arrival, you will find a selection of secure multi-storey car parks in the city centre, offering ample parking facilities.

By Bus


Bus is an ideal way to explore Liverpool. If you are local, leave the car at home and connect with bus services at Liverpool ONE, Queen Square, and other key interchanges to get to and from the city centre. If you are coming from further afield, there is a dedicated service to and from Liverpool John Lennon Airport and connections with rail interchanges. 

Plan your journey using the Arriva website and app, or alternatively head to the Merseytravel website

By Train


Liverpool has excellent rail links to destinations across the UK, making it extremely accessible wherever you’re coming from. Select operators offer a regular direct high-speed service from the centre of London to Liverpool in a little over two hours, while there are also frequent direct services connecting Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, Glasgow, Birmingham and other major cities.

Useful links:

www.avantiwestcoast.co.uk
www.londonmidland.com
www.tpexpress.co.uk
www.merseytravel.gov.uk
www.merseyrail.org

By Plane


If hoping to travel internationally to visit this year’s Biennial, please do so in-line with UK Government Guidelines and check the red, amber and green list of rules for entering the country – see here.

Please do not travel to the UK if you are currently located in a red or amber list country.

Liverpool John Lennon Airport is only nine miles from the city centre, with excellent travel links across the region. The airport offers convenient and cost-effective air travel from most major European cities. Manchester Airport is only 50 minutes from Liverpool, offering many direct long-haul routes to the North West.