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St George's Hall

Explore Liverpool’s historic Grade I listed neoclassical landmark, St George’s Hall. Home to a variety of world-renowned orchestras, gripping plays and lively exhibitions.

  • Liverpool Gallery

Step Back in Time at Liverpool’s Grand St George’s Hall


Liverpool’s heart beats with history, and no landmark embodies its grandeur quite like St George’s Hall. This magnificent Neo-Classical masterpiece, designed by Harvey Lonsdale Elmes, opened its doors in 1854. Prepare to be awestruck by the opulent facade, featuring towering Corinthian columns and a grand portico.

Inside, a world of exquisite detail awaits. Explore the Great Hall, a breathtaking space adorned with intricate plasterwork, a magnificent Minton tiled floor, and soaring ceilings supported by red granite columns. Imagine the grand balls and social gatherings that once filled this opulent space.

St George’s Hall isn’t just a monument to the past – it’s a vibrant hub for the present. Witness history come alive with a guided tour, delving into the rich tapestry of Liverpool’s story. Throughout the year, the Hall plays host to a diverse range of events, from classical concerts and art exhibitions to contemporary music gigs and wedding ceremonies.

But St George’s Hall holds a secret beneath its grandeur. Descend into the depths and discover the original law courts and prison cells. These chillingly preserved spaces offer a glimpse into Liverpool’s Victorian past, where justice was served and punishments were severe.

St George’s Hall is more than just a building – it’s a living testament to Liverpool’s rich history and dynamic present.