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St. George's Hall, Liverpool

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Tour impressive neoclassical architecture in the heart of bustling Liverpool at St. George's Hall. A popular site for music festivals and civil courts in the 18th and 19th centuries, this World Heritage site now hosts rotating cultural exhibits and offers several tours. Admire the tunnel-vaulted ceiling and red granite columns of the main concert hall, or take a heritage tour to view the courtrooms and holding cells below. You can explore the three floors of the building free of charge, or opt to pay for one of the guided tours. See St. George's Hall and all Liverpool has to offer by arranging your trip with our Liverpool trip itinerary site .
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  • Wow what a stunningly beautiful building, worth a quick visit, free to enter and very interesting history.  more »
  • This place is a real work of art such a beautiful building with lots to see inside and out.you cannot miss it opposite the lime street Railway station it's a huge building which looks Roman but it's n...  more »
  • Found the little heritage centre by accident wandering around. Decided to pop in for coffee in the lovely cafe before wandering the cells. Very informative and left us both wanting to know more. Unfor...  more »
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  • Beautiful building which is a versatile asset to the city, hosting events, fairs, art installations and more. Kept immaculate and pristine, it is a cornerstone of the history of the city. Many different rooms and halls mean that I still haven't seen all of it after countless visits. Well worth a visit whatever the occasion
  • One of the most important buildings in the country. Good cafe and gift shop. Do the tour! Amazing organ, the biggest in England when installed, and still sounds absolutely superb. Nothing can be said about the architecture. This building was the blueprint for so many others.
  • A very beautiful historic building right in the middle of Liverpool. Go inside and ask someone to show you round and explain some of the artwork. There is a massive pipe organ in there too.
  • Went to the Athetic Union Ball here in 2017. Interior is brilliant, such a beautiful building. Veggie food choices on the night were heavy on the fennel... Not sure that was down to though
  • Intersting building to explore. From the old cells where they kept prisoners before sending them off to Australia to the court rooms above and then the great hall. Free to enter and you can explore at your own leisure with information boards all through the place to give you some background on the history.

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