Located in Canning Place, is state of the art Liverpool One Bus Station. It is one of two major bus stations servicing the city and major UK destinations. All National Express Intercity services and Megabus coaches entering the city terminate here. With easy access to Liverpool ONE shopping centre, Albert Dock and Liverpool Waterfront, it’s the perfect place from which to begin an exploration of this fascinating city.
Liverpool One Bus Station is within a short walk of the big-ticket attractions. Visitors arriving from other UK cities will be able to explore the city centre easily on foot. Liverpool ONE shopping mall is a few minutes away. With over 170 shops, bars and restaurants, it’s the ideal place to break for food or refreshments following a long journey. Head for the water’s edge to explore the city’s most iconic locations. Albert Dock offers visitors access to Merseyside Maritime Museum, Tate Liverpool art gallery and The Beatles Story. Each attraction is set within a backdrop of dockland buildings and maritime warehouses. Strolling along Liverpool Waterfront, visitors can explore Museum of Liverpool, take a ferry ride on the River Mersey or admire the architecture of the “Three Graces” buildings. Music lovers should venture to the world-famous Cavern Club where the Beatles were first discovered. The underground Parisian style club showcases some of the newest bands in the North West. To explore the Merseyside coastline, jump on a bus to the Victorian seaside resort of Southport, or explore the fascinating sculptures on Crosby beach.
Liverpool One Bus Station is within a short walk from all the main attractions of the city centre. It’s less than a 10-15-minute walk from Liverpool Lime Street, Liverpool Central, James Street and Moorfields Railway Stations. Buses operate from Liverpool One to major cities throughout the United Kingdom. For those who prefer to travel via two wheels, Liverpool City Bike Scheme brings visitors close to the bus station. Taxis and Uber are available throughout the city.
Liverpool One Bus Station was originally known as Paradise Street Interchange. It was rebuilt in 2005, and renamed in 2009. In 2016, National Express coach services relocated their services from the city’s Norton Street to the contemporary Liverpool One Bus Station. Visitors can now access major UK cities from this easy to navigate bus station in central Liverpool.