Due to the unprecedented situation in relation to Coronavirus, it is with a heavy heart but the best intentions that Liverpool’s City Halls (St George’s Hall, Liverpool Town Hall and Croxteth Hall) have taken the decision to close their doors until further notice. The City Halls team apologises for any inconvenience caused and hopes to resume normal service with all respective events and activities as soon as possible. Find out more on their website.
Liverpool Town Hall can be seen from both Castle Street and within Exchange Flags. It's a beautiful 18th century, Grade I listed building in heart of Liverpool's cultural quarter just off Dale Street.
It is referred to as "one of the finest suriving 18th century town halls." in the National Heritage List for England. The hall features a high dome, topped by a statue of Minvera, Goddess of Wisdom. Inside, visitors will find the grandest suite of civic rooms in the country and a magnificent example of late Georgian decoration.
For those who would like to explore the Town Hall futher, check their website for details on monthly tours and annual open days.
The Town Hall can accommodate up to 270 guests in its various rooms, including the council Chamber, which are available to hire to suit your needs. The town Hall is one of Liverpool's premier venues for Weddings, Breakfasts, Lunches, Dinners, Conferences/meetings, exhibitions etc.
"Caterers to the Lord Mayor" provide the in house catering. This award winning team regularly caters for Royalty (including Her Majesty the Queen), guests from the world of media, television, sport business and ambassadors from around the world. The staff's attention to detail, flexibility and customer care is second to none and much evident at all stages from planning an event to its deliver, assuring a successful event for you and your guests, in a unique and much sought after venue.
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Liverpool Town Hall is located in the heart of the city centre at the intersection of Dale Street, Castle Street and Water Street, a five minute walk from Moorfields and James St railway stations and ten minutes walk away from the Paradise St bus station and Queen's Square. It is a twenty minute walk from Lime Street Station, the city's mainline railway station.
- National Awards DisabledGo 2013
|Open (1 January 2020 - 31 December 2020)|
* Please check the website for opening times and tours.