The Bluecoat

Liverpool, England
4.9 / 8
The cultural center located on the territory of the historical building of 1717-18. the buildings. Bluckot Chambers has always hosted exhibitions of contemporary artists and various performances. Also, there are often lectures, scientific debates, poetry evenings and all kinds of meetings. The Arts Center has been housed in the building since the beginning of the 20th century, before that there was a public school built by Captain B. Blundell.
The Bluecoat
Address:8 School Lane, Liverpool
Phone:+44 151 702 5324
Hours:monday: 09:00–18:00 tuesday: 09:00–18:00 wednesday: 09:00–18:00 thursday: 09:00–18:00 friday: 09:00–18:00 saturday: 09:00–18:00 sunday: 11:00–18:00


300 year old 'Bluecoat' (the pupils wore Bluecoats) School started by a Reverend for children and now an Art Gallery, Cafe, Shop's and Exhibition Centre. The end of the day for us so just went in for coffees and a quick look, definitely a place to c.. Read more »


Love Bluecoat. Been going for years ( and years and years) Love the enclosed garden where you sit and eat and drink. I remember it when it was just trees and shrubs and only 1 bench! But always a sun trap in good weather! Always something to see insi.. Read more »


I enjoy revisiting this lovely place since my college days. On this occasion it was to sit in the rear courtyard in the sunshine chatting with friends amongst the sensory garden. Plenty of outdoor seating and benches enjoying a nice coffee, passing t.. Read more »


I would rather not say how wonderfully tranquil and beautiful the Bluecoat garden is. It is beautifully kept by a nice lady that seems to be constantly gardening. I don't want to say how nice it is because it may get busy with riff raff. So keep it t.. Read more »


Very nice little shops out front. Quaint museum inside with independent art. Nice location. School has a great reputation. Little cafe inside is nice for a coffee and cake.


Great place for meetings and to get inspired by the artwork on display. Excellent silkscreen facilities and very helpful staff.


Good gallery space. Free entry. Art classes & workshops. Nice cafe. Relaxed atmosphere. We always visit when we're in Liverpool.


The bluecoat is the oldest building in Liverpool city centre and is well worth a visit. It's original function was as a school for poor children now it's an arts centre with some interesting shops attached.Its architecture is Georgian and it's not to.. Read more »


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