Bookings

The full festival of nine exhibitions for Liverpool Biennial 2021: The Stomach and the Port is now open.

Advance ticket booking is recommended and entry is free for all venues across the city.

Our indoor exhibitions opened on 19 May, running Wednesday to Sunday11:00 18:00. LB2021 outdoor works are open round-the-clock – for more information, please click here.

Most venues are operating timed ticketing. We recommend that all visitors book a slot in advance as capacity is limited. This is to ensure everyone has plenty of space for social distancing. Ticket holders will be given priority entry.

If you’d like to visit multiple Liverpool Biennial exhibitions at different venues, please book separate tickets for each. One ticket per visitor, per venue is required.

Please find further information below:

Bluecoat

19 May – 5 September

Booking is strongly recommended and walk-ins are subject to capacity. Tickets available here.

Tate Liverpool

19 May – 20 June

Booking is required. Tickets available here.

Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Building

19 May – 27 June

Booking is required. Tickets available here.

Lewis's Building

19 May – 27 June

Booking is strongly recommended and walk-ins are subject to capacity. Separate tickets for each exhibition space within the venue are required. Find more information here.

  • Exhibition Space 1: Tickets available here
  • Exhibition Space 2: Tickets available here.

Cotton Exchange Building

19 May – 27 June

Booking is strongly recommended and walk-ins are subject to capacity. Tickets available here.

Lush Building

19 May – 27 June

Booking is strongly recommended and walk-ins are subject to capacity. Tickets available here.

FACT

19 May – 29 August

No booking required. Walk-ins welcome.

CENTRAL LIBRARY

19 May - 27 June

No booking required. Walk-ins welcome.

Open Eye Gallery

19 May – 6 June

The Biennial Exhibition at Open Eye Gallery closed on Sunday 6 June. Artworks by Whittle and Sedira will continue to be on view at the Lewis’s Building until 27 June. Find out more here.



For further venue information, FAQs and COVID-19 safety measures, please visit our 2021 Biennial Online Portal.