St George's Hall
St Georges Hall
William Brown Street
0151 225 5530
St George's Hall, Liverpool, the finest neo-classical building in Europe designed by Harvey Lonsdale Elmes, building commenced in 1842, opening in September 1854. With its splendid chandeliers and gilded plasterwork is one of the best assembly halls in Britain. Overlooking Lime Street and St.Johns Lane and Gardens.
Completed in 1854, St George's Hall represents the prosperity in Liverpool in the 19th century. A regular visitor to the hall was Charles Dickens who held many of his readings in the 'Small Concert Hall'. The interior is dominated by the main hall 169 feet long with a floor of Minton tiles which is normally protected from the feet of the day to day users, but opened to viewing usually once a year.
St George's Hall is unique in terms of its architecture, function and history.
Tours of the hall: Mon - Sat
Subject to availability - please contact Liverpool Direct on 0151 233 2008 for available dates and times.
All bookings must be done via Liverpool Direct (No Tour on Sunday)
Adult from £4.50
Child from £4.50
St George's Hall Virtual Tour
Visit the website to explore the site and the historic building through an extensive interactive virtual tour.
St George's Hall Video and Slideshow
Slideshow with 8 photographs of interior design features at St George's Hall, and video taken around this historic building.