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Experience stunning views of Liverpool and enjoy immersive displays at RLB360 this half-term


If you’re stuck for something to do with the family during half-term, the world-famous Royal Liver Building is sure to delight those of every generation.

The iconic building sits at the heart of Liverpool’s stunning waterfront and is a symbol of the city, its history and people.

Now, as part of the RLB 360 attraction, you can explore Europe’s first ever skyscraper while immersing yourself in the building’s history through interactive displays.

You will also receive a guided tour to the tenth and fifteenth floors to enjoy spectacular 360° views of the skyline and overlook the Three Graces from a building standing at more than 300ft to the top of the spires.

A world-class digital projection show has been installed inside the historic clock tower and is an encapsulating experience for the young and old too.

With lights, sounds and digital effects, this experience brings the history of the Royal Liver Building to life right in front of you with a captivating tale of Liverpool’s past and how a city full of culture, sport, history and music has made its mark on the world and evolved into the city you see today.

The RLB360 visitor centre is free to enter, regardless of whether or not you intend to tour the building and you can choose to spend time learning about the history of the Royal Liver Building here while enjoying an interactive photo experience.

A time-capsule marking the historic year of 2020 has also been installed as part of the attraction with the likes of Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold, Sex and the City actress Kim Cattrall, RU Paul’s Drag Race UK winner The Vivienne, Everton’s Chief Executive Officer Denise Barrett-Baxendale and Olympic gold medalist Katarina Johnson-Thompson all part of the decision-making panel about what went in.

It includes memorabilia from the Black Lives Matter movement, a copy of the Brexit Bill, commemoration of NHS work and support, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and a vaccine vial.

Picture Jason Roberts

Significant sporting items like a Liverpool FC shirt signed by the Premier League winning team and a model of Everton FC’s proposed new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock have also been added.

Ticket prices for the full attraction start from £10 and can be booked here.

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