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Princes Road Synagogue, Princes Road

Princes Road Synagogue, Princes Road, Liverpool L8 1TG View on map

One of the finest 'cathedral’ synagogues in Europe built in 1872-4, designed by the nationally significant Liverpool architects W & G Audsley and regarded as one of their best works. Its eclectic orientalist design represents links with the both the Holy Land and western society. Lavish and ornate interior of exceptional quality displays Moorish, Classical, Egyptian Gothic and Romanesque influences.


Opening Arrangements

Monday to Thursday 10am - 3.30pm. Weekly Saturday morning service. Visitors need to call the office on 0151 709 3431 or email or


See website for detailed directions from M62 and from other directions. Rail: Lime Street (1½ miles). Bus: No's 74, 75, 75A, 80, 80A, 180 and H25.

Parking Spaces


Roadside parking in Selborne Street

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes