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We arrived to a magnificent staircase we were taken to a room were we waited patiently before we could move to the room were the ceremony took place. The room was something else the chandeliers were stunning and it was a pleasant surprise how wonderful...More
I went around this when they had an open day. Explored the whole place including the rather nice Victorian loos! Beautiful building that reflects the wealth and importance of Liverpool in the Industrial age. The room remembering all who fell in the first world war...More
Liverpool Town Hall is located on Castle Street at the hub of the city centres historic Commercial Quarter.
Castle Street is one of Liverpool’s original seven streets and dates back to King John's Royal Charter of 1207.
In times gone by the Town Hall was...More
There are opportunities throughout the year when the Town Hall is opened to the public and it is well worth a visit. The sweeping staircase, the pictures, the domed ceiling and the balcony where so many people have stood including the Beatles.
My friend & I wandered around the Town hall this morning, what a magnificent place, breathtaking elegant rooms & chandeliers in them it, would be wonderful for anyones wedding. The guides were very informative & helpful, well worth a visit if you can.
Liverpool Town Hall is one of the cities architectural gems. Well worth the visit on an open day to wander round and see dome, the chandeliers and the council chamber. Even though I see its outside quite often it always manages to surprise me by...More