St George's Place | Liverpool L1 1JJ
Phone: 0151 225 6911
St George's Hall is one of Liverpool's oldest and most iconic venues for public events and exhibitions. It's one of Liverpool's most recognisable landmarks and a must-visit on any whistlestop tour of the city.
Located opposite Lime Street station, it's absolutely unmissable upon your arrival in Liverpool and continues to play a key part in the city's history. 25,000 people gathered in front of St George's Hall when John Lennon was killed; 65,000 came to watch the spectacular opening of Liverpool's year as European Capital of Culture in 2008, and it was one of the key stops of Giant Spectacular's parade around the city in 2014.
Nowadays St George's Hall is a grade I listed building and a widely sought-after venue for concerts, exhibitions, conferences and other events. It's also open to the public for visits and visitors can explore the old law courts and prison cells located inside. For further information, visit the official website to stay up to date with St George's Hall's latest news and events. [Laura Maclean]