Liverpool City Halls

Our city halls are the emotional heart of the city, each offering a place to congregate, commemorate and celebrate. From vigils and remembrance services to royal visits and show-stopping major events. Not forgetting weddings, live performances, exhibitions, tours and private events and filming popular film and TV productions.

City Halls

  • The minton floor tiles in the grand hall

    St George's Hall

    St George's Hall is one of the finest examples of a neoclassical building in the world. Providing a magnificent welcome to Liverpool, it reflects the pride and passion of the Victorians who build this breathtaking landmark venue.

    Visit St George's Hall

  • Front of Croxteth Hall building

    Croxteth Hall

    A country estate dating back to the 16th century and once home to the Earls of Sefton, the Moyneux family. Situated within Croxteth Country Park, the Hall features a real working home farm, Victorian walled garden and a 500  acre nature reserve amongst its surroundings - all open to the public.

    Visit Croxteth Hall

  • Staircase with red carpet and gold detailed balistrade

    Liverpool Town Hall

    Home to the Lord Mayor of Liverpool and one of the finest surviving town halls of the 18th century, this civic powerhouse is steeped in history and is a masterful example of Georgian architecture.

    Visit Liverpool Town Hall