Guided Tours at St George’s Hall

Join our knowledgeable guides on an incredible journey through the history and architecture of one of the finest neoclassical buildings in the world; St George’s Hall.

You will experience the extremes of Liverpool life with a visit to the prison cells, the imposing court rooms and the splendour of the biggest classical reception room in the UK; the Great Hall. This vast and splendid space is 169ft long, 77ft wide, and 82ft to the crown of the ornate barrel-vaulted ceiling. Adorned with statues of historic figures and illuminated by pretty chandeliers, this grand room also houses the Willis Organ, which was the largest in the country at the time that it was created.

Then, you will experience the breathtaking beauty of the ornate Concert Room with its opulent crystal chandelier and walls lined with Goddess-like statues, all decorated in gentle tones of cream, white, honey and gold. The Concert Room once hosted Penny readings by Charles Dickens, and he described his performance area as the “most perfect room in the world”.


Tour Times & Tickets

Please note: Tickets are £9.35 (incl. fees) when you book online at Ticket Quarter.

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Not got a date that suits you?

Then, get in touch with our team and book your private tour today! While we can’t guarantee all requests, we can work with you to negotiate a date and time which ensures that you don’t miss out. Email your request to [email protected] and a member of our team will get back to you.


Conditions to help you stay safe

We are looking forward to welcoming you back and have made some changes to help keep you safe:

All tours are pre-booked via Ticket Quarter and are restricted to 10 people each tour.

Our tour guides will wear a face shield and the wearing of face coverings is now compulsory for visitors, in line with government guidelines. If you have any medical documentation which makes you exempt from wearing a face covering, please provide this upon entry.

All areas of the Hall are regularly cleaned throughout the day and there are sanitising stations located at all entrances.

Please take care of yourself and others by keeping a safe distance apart from those in the tour group who do not live within your household or support bubble.

Find out more about our safety measures here

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