Liverpool Su Mountford Hall is a part of the Liverpool Guild of Students building. While the society was founded in 1889, the building of The Guild was constructed later, in 1911. Being the second largest concert space in the city, the Mountford Hall has a capacity of 2,300 seats. This hall became known thanks to a variety of great shows, featuring first-class world artists Queen, The Buzzcocks
and Jessie J.
Mountford Hall is located on 160 Mount Pleasant, and it’s very simple to reach the venue by car, train or bus.
By train and tube: Mountford Hall is a 14-minute walk from Lime Street Station and 17 minutes walk from Liverpool Central.
By bus: bus lines 6, 7, 14, 14A, 14B, 61, 79, 79C, 79D, and 173 will take you to the Mount Pleasant stops, a couple of minutes walk from the venue. National Express lines will drive you to the Liverpool University stop, about 10 minutes walk to the hall.
By car: Grove St, reachable by A580 route is one of the major streets that run past by the venue.
International: if you are travelling to the hall directly from the airport, good news! Bus line 14A, leading straight to the venue, stops right in front of the terminal exit.
The venue does have it’s own car park; however, a pay and display car parking is ready for use at the rear of the venue (on Peach Street). You can also park at Mount Pleasant Car park (one of the side streets). The plenty of spots reserved for the Blue Badge holders.
Access for people with special needs
The hall is equipped with an accessible ramped entrance. The facility has wide automatic doors, spacious lifts, and adapted toilets for wheelchair users. Guide dogs are allowed as well. For further accommodations, contact the administration before your visit.