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An iconic landmark, St Luke's 'Bombed Out' Church has been at the heart of Liverpool since 1832. Hollowed by an incendiary device in the May Blitz of 1941, the church today functions as a living war memorial and creative community hub. Since 2007...more
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This is a lesser known ‘attraction’ in Liverpool. The ruins of St Luke’s church, largely destroyed in WW2, is a poignant memorial to all those killed in Liverpool during the blitz. If your lucky you may find a performance of some kind on the day...More
It is great to see so much going on in this church that stands as it’s own memorial to the two world wars. There was a fascinating exhibition to those that lost their lives in the Blitz during WW II. Poignant and moving.
What a beautifully designed church which has been left as it was bombed in the 2nd world war by an incendiary bomb. Don't really know why they did not rebuild it as it is a beautifully designed church.
Have lived in this City for over 70 years and this was our first visit inside the church, been around the grounds many times
There is a strange feeling when you go inside and look at the 4 walls and the sky
It’s a stark...More
Some people might not agree with the state of this relic however, I find it quite moving. It is quite different from the one in Coventry. Highly recommend this. The church, I guess, was not "technically" bombed as some say but I say a bomb/projectile...More
I’d heard about the Bombed Out Church and imagined total ruins. A few brick walls left here and there. Visiting Liverpool many times, I cannot believe I have never visited before. This time was not intentional, we walked past on our way somewhere else and...More
We were so glad we visited this gem.What a wonderful memorial. So much credit must go to the marvellous volunteers. If we lived in Liverpool we would sign up tomorrow. Great to see the plans for future works. If you do visit please donate your...More
The gardens are always open so you can look around the outside. Not sure if the church itself will be open. Only down the hill from the two catherdrals and also the Chinese Arch so you could always go there also. Enjoy your... More
The gardens are always open so you can look around the outside. Not sure if the church itself will be open. Only down the hill from the two catherdrals and also the Chinese Arch so you could always go there also. Enjoy your visit.