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St George's Hall is on Lime Street in the centre of the English city of Liverpool, opposite Lime Street railway station. It is a building in Neoclassical style which contains concert halls and law courts, and is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade I listed building. On the east side of the hall, between it and the railway station, is St George's Plateau and on the west side are St John's Gardens. The hall is included in the William Brown Street conservation area.
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Lovely building. Came to see a comedian here. So pretty
Loved it. Can see the cells .was chinese art on the modern stuff. Very inventive. Restaurant mediocre coffee was strong and cold. Sausages looked not only herby but tasted like they'd been boiled. Otherwise great place to go visit.
Such a beautiful building. Inside you move from opulent decor to old court room and cells. Worth a visit.
I went to the St. George Hall for a university event. I honestly was not expecting to be too impressed. While the outside of the building looks nice I didn't think it was particularly special. However when you enter the building you can see where the detail was put. The inside of the building had a beautiful grand hall and I believe if you have the opportunity to visit it, you should.
Take yourselves on a tour of this famous building! The old cells are interesting, as well as the big court room. But the star of the show is the Hall, it is well worth visiting. Upstairs you can even get married, in numerous register rooms with a view?
Beautiful historical and cultural building. Used for a gala the last night of a work conference. Impressive outside but more impressed once I made it to the hall. There's a dignity about the hall. The coat of arms displayed in the ceiling, beautiful organ and lovely stained glass if you know where to look. Felt it didn't deserve the disco party we had there - the building has more dignity than that. Lol....
St George's Hall is passed over by so many people including people from Liverpool But yet they are missing so much Inside this massive iconic building is a world of Liverpool History The Great Hall with its incredible window showing St George that holds events from dancing to Antique Fairs, The old Court which saw some real action in the latter part of the 18 century The Old cells brings back to life what it is was like if you where poor and you and your children would be placed in the cells See the pictures of the people tried for many crimes Walk around the Gardens at the back of the building and sit for a little time see the traffic going in and out of the famous Mersey Tunnel And to top it off is the lovely cafe where they do the best tea and cake After your visit why not visit the independent shops around St George's Hall Like the Antique and Book shop On Victoria Street ABCL1 just over from the gardens or the lovely cafe Lovelocks which is in the old Hay Market again just across from the Gardens
Had a wonderful experience overall. So much to see in one day. Day was topped off by a visit to the cafe: was served by the extremely friendly Alex and Peter, whose great attitude made for a perfect end to the day!
This historic place is fantastic for pretty much any occasion. The staff are brilliant and very helpful and polite. Love shooting weddings here.
Always a brilliant venue for our rememberence day parade. St Georges Hall is quite a historic place to see, it offers tours & you can visit the courts & cells alike. It's always a popular venue for the film industry & does feature as a double for many historic film.
Just yards across the road from the main station Lime Street. With the Walker Art Gallery World Museum and rest of Liverpool's World Heritage buildings and streets close by. Great shopping experience in the U.K's friendliest city.
We entertained here for an event back in December in the main staged area and the whole building is just breath taking inside and out. It's a very beautiful location for an event and we can't wait to come back again!
Beautiful architectural building. The Hall has beautiful marble figures lining the walls. I have been lucky enough to attend a Conference dinner in here, it was amazing.
A wonderful hall suitable for all occasions,e.g.. weddings, dances, parties, lectures, musical occasions, plays and many more. It has the largest organ in the British Isles. The floor when uncovered (any time soon) is a sight to behold. The statues around the sides are of Liverpudlians of great note. There is a restaurant and coffee shop. The Little theatre stems from the time of Sickens who used to read from his stories there. Last but not least we have the assizes, Victorian times at their best. Now on show is the 'Central Heating System', years before it's time. An excellent and enjoyable place to visit.
Amazing example of Classical Greek architecture. Stunning interior, especially the tiled floor hidden but for an inspection window in the floor. Looked even better in the evening when all the wall lights highlighted the upper ceiling and cornices. Well worth a visit
Went to a wine tasting here. What a beautiful building!!! The organ and the ceiling take your breath away. We saw some confetti on the steps outside, I would struggle to find a more stunning or unique wedding venue...... if only I hadn't already booked ours.....
A very impressive building opposite the world museum. We walked around the grounds and the outside of the building but could find an entrance. Lots of stairs which on the roasting day we were out we didnt climb to check if one of the doors would open.