St George’s Hall, Liverpool

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St George’s Hall is a Neoclassical concert venue and law courts situated in Liverpool, England. The impressive building was built between the years of 1841-1854, it was designed by a competition winner; London architect Harvey Lonsdale James. The multipurpose building is still used for concerts, meetings, dinners and courts of law in which were its origins. The building is on the National Heritage list of England.

Getting there

The building is situated in the city centre. It is a 2-minute walk away from ‘Liverpool’ bus station and ‘Liverpool Lime Street’ train station. If travelling by car head for the city centre, there are plenty of local car parks.

Opening Times and Admission

Different parts of the building operate at different times, but if you want to get a feel for the building certain areas are open to the public daily. You can also get a feel of the building by attending a concert at the venue.

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