Catch one of the regular trains from London Euston to Liverpool Lime Street. The journey is just over 2 hours long. From the station, it’s a 20-minute walk to the Cunard Building, where the exhibition is held. Moorfields and Merseyrail's James Street stations are the nearest drop-off points and all buses that go into Liverpool drop off at the Liverpool ONE bus station adjacent to the Liverpool Waterfront.
There are pay-and-display parking bays along the side of the Cunard Building on Brunswick Street. Parking costs £1 per 30 minutes up to £4 for two hours, and £5 for the maximum stay of up to four hours. Alternatively, park at Liverpool ONE Q-Park (35 Strand Street).
Yes. There is access for both buggy and wheelchair users, and buggies are welcome in the main exhibition space. There are also secure lockers in which you can store fold-up buggies.
Head to the Star Cafe in the foyer. They serve coffee, cold drinks and fresh food made daily by local bakery, Cuthbert's. There are options for kids too. There are also plenty of fantastic restaurants nearby on the waterfront. If you're in the mood for some tasty brunch, then Cafe Lucaya is the place to go and has some delicious vegetarian options. Tom Halls Tavern, famous for their juicy burgers and great vibes is also perfect for a quick bite. For something sweet, A Small Fish In A Big Pond has delicious cakes and sweet treats, perfect for afternoon tea.