St. George’s Hall

St George's Pl Liverpool
L1 1JJ
United Kingdom
Telephone: 0151 233 3020

St George’s Hall opened in 1854 and is one of the finest examples of a neo-classical building in the world, standing majestically over the city skyline. 

The Hall can rightly claim to be the emotional heart of the region; it has been the spontaneous gathering place for the people of Liverpool in times of celebration, vigils, and commemorations; important moments happen here, moments following the deaths of the Beatles John Lennon and George Harrison; the homecomings of Liverpool and Everton football teams after Cup Final victories; the Peoples’ Opening of our European Capital of Culture celebrations in 2008, when Ringo played from the roof of the building to over 50,000 people. 

St George’s Hall is a building of beauty and grace that boasts many firsts: it is the world’s first commercially air conditioned building and when built, had the largest barrel vaulted ceiling and the largest piped concert organ in the world. Behind the gold leaf and porticoes, the Hall has one of the greatest brick arches in the world and also houses a priceless Minton mosaic floor of over 30,000 tiles.


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