Liverpool Town Hall

The Town Hall has been operational for over 250 years, and its interior is considered one of the most stunning complete works of Georgian decor.

Nearby Attractions

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Royal Liver Building
Originally one of the tallest buildings in Britain, it opened in 1906 to house the Royal Liver Assurance group.
The Cavern Club
Famous for the Beatles having played their early years at the club, the Cavern Club originally opened as a jazz club and remains a music venue today.
Mathew Street
Though it was originally a market street, it is now synonoymous with the Cavern Club and the Beatles.
Eleanor Rigby Statue
In 1982, the statue was dedicated in Liverpool to 'All the lonely people.'
Statue of John Lennon
Bronze statue of John Lennon in Mathew Street near Cavern Club.
Cilla Black
One of Liverpool's locals - a coat girl at the Cavern Club - who went on to have a successful music career.

Related Tours

Welcome to Liverpool: Private Half-Day Highlights Walking Tour
Discover Liverpool, the proud hometown of the Beatles, a city famous for its docks and maritime history, rich in the arts, music, culture, and iconic architecture. 

On your private walking tour of Liverpool, you will: 

  • Stroll the atmospheric streets of Liverpool's historical city centre, rich in medieval history, and packed with a maritime character; 
  • Discover how Liverpool developed from a Medieval trading town to the Second City of the British Empire from 1207 to the present;
  •  Visit the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, Britain's biggest Cathedral which took 74 years to build from the foundation stone being laid in 1904;
  • Pass by the Cavern Club, the legendary music venue located famously known as the birthplace of The Beatles;
  • Stop for a photo at the John Lennon Statue on Mathew Street;
  • Enjoy a walking tour of the magnificent Royal Albert Dock built in 1846 to learn the history of Liverpool’s thriving Commerce in the 19th Century;
  • Pass through the Liverpool Town Hall, built-in 1749 and one of the finest surviving Georgian buildings in the UK;
  • Discover the birthplace of the Merseybeat sound and Beatlemania in a city with music at its heart;
  • Visit the iconic Royal Liver Building, open to the public for the first time in its 100+ year history;
  • Enjoy access to its hidden secrets, and journey up to the 15th floor for astounding panoramic views across Liverpool from the most iconic viewing point in the city (tickets included).

Discover the vibrant, historic, and picturesque city of Liverpool, a city in northwest England on the River Mersey and the Irish Sea. Famously the home of the Beatles and named the Capital of Culture in 2008 after many years of regeneration, learn all about Liverpool’s famous maritime past, and role in the Industrial Revolution. 

Admire the dazzling architectural splendour of some of Europe’s grandest listed heritage buildings, such as the city’s ‘Three Graces’ down on the harbour, and enjoy the fresh air and charming atmosphere as you tread the cobbled streets down to the docks. 

As the birthplace of the Beatles, Liverpool is synonymous with the world’s most musically influential band and the Beatlemania phenomenon. On this fascinating private walking tour of Liverpool, you will discover an extraordinary city that not only produced the Fab Four but is also home to five universities it is a pioneer in the arts, academia, drama, music, culture, architecture and industrial innovation. 

Tour the Anglican Cathedral, dating to 1904 and Britain’s largest cathedral before visiting the Royal Albert Dock area, built-in in 1846 it is the world’s first non-combustible warehouse system. Today, this fine collection of Grade I listed buildings forms the heart of Liverpool's UNESCO World Heritage Site together with the Pier Head, St George’s Quarter and more. Backdropped by the waterfront, it is also the site of Liverpool’s most-popular selfie spot, an iconic life-size statue of John, Paul, Ringo and George!

Marvel at Liverpool’s flamboyant Town Hall, an eccentric 18th-century marvel adorned with goddesses and pineapples. See also Wellington Column, a statue erected in the Duke of Wellington’s honour, formed of melted-down cannons from the Battle of Waterloo, and finally end at St George’s Hall, with its dazzling neoclassical design, and close to restaurants and bars of this fantastic city. 

The next stop is the iconic ‘Three Graces’ at the Cunard, Port of Liverpool, and Royal Liver Building. Your guide will finish your tour with you at the Royal Liver, where you will have entrance tickets to visit the top. In 2019, the building just opened to the public for the first time in its history. 

At 322 feet tall, it was at one time the tallest building in Europe, was one of the first-ever skyscrapers to be built using reinforced concrete and boasts breathtaking 360-degree panoramic views from the 15th floor. 


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