The Royal Liver Building
Standing over the river Mersey, forming part of one of the most famous skylines in the UK, the Royal Liver Building is a Grade I listed landmark dating back to 1911. With a regal, rustic exterior tastefully foiled by a modern, minimalist décor inside, the Royal Liver Building was once the tallest in Europe. Today, it’s mainly used for conferences and other business events.
Welcome to Liverpool Waterfront
Liverpool Waterfront, one of the city’s many iconic staples, is brimming with things to see and do, along with convenient transport links to other areas of the city. With a diverse range of attractions, you’ll find something to suit everyone here, from delving into rock ‘n roll history at The Beatles Story to internationally acclaimed modern art at the Tate Liverpool to relaxing riverside strolls.
Discover the Open Eye Gallery
Established in 1977, the Open Eye Gallery has been a major contemporary arts centre in Liverpool for decades. One of the leading photography galleries in the UK, the Open Eye Gallery has consistently stuck to its mission to make photography relevant and accessible to everyone. Aside from its ever-changing programme of contemporary photography, the Open Eye Gallery also contains an archive of photos stretching back to the 1930s.
Planning a trip to the Royal Liver Building? Travelodge Liverpool Central the Strand Hotel is just a five minute walk away, as is Travelodge Liverpool Central Exchange Hotel.