St. George's Hall, Liverpool
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to St. George's Hall and many more Liverpool attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Liverpool itinerary planner.
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Another free entry building. Wow. We went into the old court room and down, (Take him Down), the steps to the underground cell areas. Very interesting and lots to read. Then we went onto the galleries... read more »
Parece até uma viajem no tempo, algo impressionante, imponente, um palácio, muito lindo, por dentro e por fora. Tive a oportunidade de participar de um evento no local, algo incrível. O som do órgão é... read more »It's like a trip back in time, something impressive, impressive, a Palace, very beautiful, inside and out. I had the opportunity to attend an event at the site, something incredible. The sound of the organ is creepy!show original
This would not be too high on my list of places to visit in Liverpool, but if you have the time it is worth it to see the amazing decoration in the hall. The courtrooms are also worth seeing, but I wo... read more »
It's a beautiful place to visit and enjoy a beautiful architecture and nice sculptures. It has a café inside, so you can sit and enjoy the view with a cup of coffee.
One of, if not the most iconic building in Liverpool, currently showcasing an art installation titled; Poppies: Weeping Window, which commemorates all wars that have been fought by British military personnel. In 2004 the hall and its surrounding area were recognised as part of Liverpool's World Heritage Site.
If you get a chance to see inside do it! Probably the best interior in the city and possibly the whole of the North West.
Kelly Ann Tyrer
I enjoyed the last Vintage fair they had here, I enjoyed the stalls that were there. The inside of the the hall is really interesting to look at with its old interior design.
nice place. many student sitting outside
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