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Top things to do in Liverpool: The Three Graces






LIVER BUILDING

Overlooking the River Mersey and dominating one of the world's most famous waterfront skylines is the Royal Liver Building. This iconic symbol of Liverpool, built in 1911, and at the time, the tallest building in Europe, it was subsequently copied across the world, and is especially prevalent in New York! Visitors have access to the Atrium area on the ground floor and the cafe, and tours can be pre-booked during designated World Heritage open days which can take you right up to the top; keep an eye on the World Heritage website for these. It is;

Within walking distance of Liverpool’s many amenities

Within 5 minutes walk is Tate Liverpool, the historic Albert Dock and Liverpool ONE - 1.5 million sq ft of shopping and leisure

CUNARD BUILDING

The 1916 Cunard Building is different to the other Graces, its interior once a head office and a class-segregated waiting room for those waiting to use Cunard’s transatlantic steamers. What was once identified with transatlantic travel is now a glorified office block, an entire floor empty which is closed for public access, but nevertheless a worthwhile stop on a walking tour. Its architectural statements makes it a great place for photographs!


PORT OF LIVERPOOL BUILDING


The Port of Liverpool Building was the head office of the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board.

It has five storeys with the central entrance facing the peir head along with its beautiful architectural flooring, décor and stainglass windows making it an excellent place to visit.The first of the so-called Three Graces, the Port of Liverpool Building is a Portland stone, Baroque block of a building with corner turrets and a central, copper dome. It was also the first to be built on land reclaimed from George’s Dock; the Mersey originally ran up to the start of the Strand. Today it is used as impressive office space for commercial lawyers and wealth management types. There is limited public access during Heritage Open Days which must be booked in advance.


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