The Liverpool University Dental Hospital is less than a mile on foot from Lime Street Station, Central Station and Queens Square bus station, and is accessible via Pembroke Place. Please refer to the Google Maps feeds on this page to explore your possible routes in more detail.
Liverpool University Dental Hospital is about three miles from the M62, please follow signs for The Royal Liverpool University Hospital and the city centre.
If you are travelling via the Mersey tunnels, Queensway, turn left at the roundabout at the tunnel exit and immediately bear right into the filter lane to turn right at the traffic lights and follow signs.
For the Kingsway tunnel, follow the exit slip road onto the main carriageway keeping in the left-hand lane. At the traffic lights bear left and follow signs.
Please enter the postcode L3 5PS if you are travelling by satnav.
Drivers are directed to the Q-Park multi-storey car park on Prescot Street, L6 1LY.
For those with walking difficulties, there is a shuttle bus service operating between Q-Park, the Liverpool University Dental Hospital and The Royal Liverpool University Hospital. The bus operates 8.30am-5pm. If you find you are waiting a while for the bus, the driver’s number is displayed on the Q-Park exit.
Visitor parking tariff
For pricing and other information visit the Q-Park website: https://
Disabled car parking is provided at the Q-Park multi-storey. Disabled spaces are available on the entry level and are well marked and signposted. Staff can provide assistance to patients and visitors if required.
The car park has a designated pick-up zone.
There is a variety of bus services which operate from the surrounding areas and drop off at the hospital or within walking distance. To find information about times and services please contact the Merseytravel Traveline on 0871 200 2233 or visit the Merseytravel website at:www.merseytravel.gov.uk
The hospital is a mile from Liverpool Lime Street Station which serves the main city line and Liverpool Central Station, which provides routes on the Northern and Wirral lines.
There are freephone direct lines to local taxi companies and these can be booked using the freephone’s which are situated in the main entrances.
Taxis are also readily available from Liverpool Lime Street station.