Getting Here

Travel to

Liverpool ONE

Liverpool ONE is located in the heart of the city centre, right by the waterfront, and is easily accessible by a variety of travel links from bus to train.

How to get to Liverpool ONE:

If you are travelling on foot and need to use map location services, the Liverpool ONE Information Centre postcode is L1 8JQ.

By Bus

The Liverpool ONE Bus Station has ten bays, with real time departure boards, and is also the stop for National Express coach services.


By Bike

If you’re travelling by bike, you can park it at one of Liverpool ONE’s bike parking spots.

Find all bike parking spots here


By Car

Use the postcode L1 8LT – this will take you to Q Park Liverpool ONE, one of our three car parks. Q Park Liverpool ONE is situated on Strand Street near to the Albert Dock.

Pre-book your parking to save money


By Train

We are also minutes away from James Street and Moorfields train stations, as well as a 15 minute walk from Lime Street Station, which has national lines.

James Street Station
James Street station is the closest train station to Liverpool ONE, found just a short five minute walk away. It sees a regular schedule of trains to Liverpool, from the Wirral. This includes direct links to West Kirby, Chester, Ellesmere Port and New Brighton, with many other stops along the way.

James Street is also part of the Wirral loop line with links to Lime Street Station, Moorfields and Liverpool Central, meaning you can also catch trains around the city centre with ease.

Liverpool Central Station and Moorfields
Liverpool Central is just under 10 minutes away from Liverpool ONE; this station has links to Southport, Ormskirk, Hunts Cross and Liverpool South Parkway (for airport links). These trains also call at Moorfields Station which is a short 10 minute walk from Liverpool ONE.

Liverpool Lime Street Station
Liverpool Lime Street is home to the City Line, with access to Runcorn, Warrington and St Helens as well as direct links to Manchester, London and other National Rail services. Lime Street station is part of the Wirral Loop, from which you can access James Street, Moorefields and Liverpool Central Station through short train journeys.

For the latest travel information from Merseyrail, please click here.

To find more information on trains to Liverpool Lime Street from National Rail lines, please click here.


By air

Liverpool John Lennon Airport, the North West’s Faster, Easier, Friendlier Airport, serves over 70 direct routes across Europe, and is also connected to over 100 onward global destinations thanks to its route with Lufthansa, via their Frankfurt hub.

You can travel from the airport straight to Liverpool ONE Bus Station via bus routes 80A and 86A.