Follow the Poppy Trail in Liverpool (with downloadable map!)

Poppy Trail map

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A SPECIAL trail has been created to highlight Liverpool’s links with World War One

To complement the arrival of the iconic Poppies: Weeping Window which will be going on display on part of the façade of St George’s Hall from Saturday 7 November, a trail called Liverpool Remembers has been produced which gives a suggested route around the city centre encouraging residents and visitors to learn more about the trials and tribulations of those whose lives were changed forever by the war.

The trail, which been created by Liverpool City Council in conjunction with National Museums Liverpool, comprises more than 20 locations throughout the city signposting people to memorials ranging from the Liverpool Pals Memorial at Lime Street Station, the Unknown Soldier in Exchange Flags and the Maritime Memorials at the Pier Head right through to buildings of historic interest such as Martins Bank on Water Street, Liverpool Town Hall and several of the city’s museums.

A map detailing all the points of reference is available to download from It also recommends a route to take in some of the sites which starts at St George’s Hall, works its way through the city centre and ends at the Mersey Ferry Terminal with the dazzle ferry, a First World War centenary art commission by Sir Peter Blake called Everybody Razzle Dazzle.

The full list of recommended locations is:


The Liverpool Pals Memorial, Liverpool Lime Street Station

Liverpool Cenotaph, St George’s Hall Plateau

The Liverpool Scottish Regiment Book of Remembrance, St George’s Hall

Liverpool Kings Regiment Monument, St John’s Gardens

Liverpool Post Office Staff Memorial, Metquarter

The Unknown Soldier, Liverpool Cotton Association Memorial, Exchange Flags

News Room Memorial, Exchange Flags

The Hall of Remembrance, Liverpool Town Hall

Various maritime Memorials at the Pier Head

Liverpool Heroes Memorial, Abercromby Square

Jet of Iada, Calderstones Park


Buildings/activities of historic interest

Royal Court Theatre

St George’s Hall

Walker Art Gallery

Liverpool Central Library

World Museum

The Bluecoat

16 Cook Street

Liverpool Town Hall

Martins Bank,

Royal Liver Building

The Cunard Building

The Port of Liverpool Building

Dazzle Ferry (Everybody Razzle Dazzle)

Museum of Liverpool

Edmund Gardner Pilot Ship

Merseyside Maritime Museum

Tate Liverpool

Albert Dock Liverpool


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