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St George's Hall

St George's Hall

Widely regarded as one of the finest neo-classical buildings in the world and is a Grade I listed building.

Heritage

700 years old and previously one of the busiest ports in the world, Liverpool is now a UNESCO world heritage site and you can see the influence of the past in so much of the present-day city.

We recommend booking a tour guide for a personal journey around Liverpool’s key heritage landmarks.

The Museum of Liverpool is a great place to start. The interactive exhibitions take you through Liverpool life from the birth of the city over 700 years ago to today, covering wartime, the Industrial Revolution and swinging 60s along the way.

Crossing over from the Museum, admire the outside of the Three Graces (Port of Liverpool Building, Liver Building and Cunard Building) - the jewels in Liverpool’s distinctive waterfront. 

Walk round the Albert Dock, the UK’s largest group of Grade I listed buildings, including the Merseyside Maritime Museum.

A trip up to William Brown Street is a must. This beautiful area of the city boasts St George’s Hall, one of the finest neo-classical buildings in the world. Take a look inside at the breathtaking Great Hall, Concert Room and courts. Then cross over the road to Central Library, recently redeveloped with extensive collections built up over the last 150 years. The Walker Art Gallery and World Museum are also located on this street.

If you are looking for a hotel with a bit of history, look no further than Titanic Hotel on Stanley Dock; a former 19th century tobacco warehouse with lavish rooms, luxury spa and great food.

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