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Liverpool City Centre

Is dominated by St Georges Hall and Lime Street Station.

St Georges Hall

Opened it's doors to the public in 1854. The building was designed by the architect Harvey Lonsdale Elmes and building work started in 1842.

The tours are undertaken twice per day:

First Tour: 11.30 am - 12.30 pm
Second Tour: 1.30 pm - 3.00 pm

All booking to be booked via Liverpool Direct:
0151 233 2008

St Georges Hall Liverpool

Basic Facts:


The total cost of the building was £300,000.

The Great Hall is 169 feet long.


Lime Street Station

OK this might only be of interest to railway buffs, but Lime Street Station has some interesting features. Construction of the station started in 1833 and opened to the public in 1836.

Because of rapid expansion the station had to be extended by 1842 and decision was made to install a full iron roof supported on iron columns which were sited between the track. The roof was completed in 1849 and can still be seen today.

many of the architectural feature are still evident and worth a look.


Radio City Tower

Strictly not in the city centre but within an easy walk of Lime Street Station.

The tower was originally a revolving resturant and through the decline years of the early eighties the tower stopped being used for retail purposes.

Now the home of Radio City 96.7

Tours are arranged every weekend. For more information contact: 0151 472 6800

Radio City Tower
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