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Royal Liver Building

Royal Liver Assurance | Pier Head, Liverpool L3 1PW, England
+44 151 236 2748
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At the heart of Liverpool's famous, iconic and always developing waterfront. Visually, nothing defines the city more than the Royal Liver and accompanying Cunard and Port of Liverpool buildings by Pier Head. Known collectively as the "Three Graces" and loosely based on the skyline of early 20th century Chicago, the interiors are sadly not open to the public.
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Royal Liver Assurance | Pier Head, Liverpool L3 1PW, England
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Reviewed yesterday

This is the first building you see when your ship arrives at the cruise port. One of the famous Three Graces I think it stands out more than the other two. On top of the two towers of the building are statues of Liver Birds...More

Thank Richard F
Reviewed 3 days ago

What an amazing piece of architecture that needs to be visited to appreciate its size. Photographs are a must.

Thank Karren M
Reviewed 5 days ago

Must have a photograph of every conceivable angle of this fabulous building. Also been inside the reception area to talk to the lovely and very friendly lady in reception who advised that the building had been bought by a Chinese person involved with Everton FC....More

Thank Anyportman
Reviewed 1 week ago

Once a year on the heritage open days the Liver Building is opened to the public. It is very difficult to get tickets so make sure you are sitting at your computer at the time bookings open. We managed to get returns and were rewarded...More

Thank J_Jarndyce
Reviewed 1 week ago

Over the UK Heritage Days you are allowed access all areas inside and outside this stunning building. From the marble lobby to the african walnut walled boardroom but the best bit by far is access to the roof and a climb up the "chicken stairway"...More

Thank Jake-from-Liverpool
Reviewed 1 week ago

Just by the Mersey river walk is this beautiful building. Well worth exploring as well as photographing. It is truly a landmark.

Thank Carol W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This iconic symbol of Liverpool was built in 1911, and at the time it was the tallest building in Europe and together with the Cunard Building and The Port of Liverpool Building, it makes up the Three Graces. It is still utilised by the Royal...More

Thank Steve_of_N21
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A magnificent building on the waterfront - beautiful to look at and, having learned more of the history of its owner, an interesting aspect of the slave trade to be considered too. Stayed at a hotel overlooking this building - amazing by night.

Thank ASid177
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Arguably the most famous and best recognised building in Liverpool. Forms part of three buildings known as the "three sisters', of which the Royal Liver building (RLB) is the most impressive. The "three sisters" face the River Mersey and form part of the newly developed...More

1  Thank AvidTraveler12
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One of the most viewed well known land mark of liverpool. Well worth a look, especially to see the liver birds on the top of the building. The myth states that if the birds flew away the building would collapse. What a myth

1  Thank Essy W
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Stephen E
31 August 2016|
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Response from Steve A | Reviewed this property |
As far as I am aware the Royal Liver building is not open to the public for tours but only to people who have business to do in the building itself.
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