RLB360 sees surge in ticket sales since reopening
3 years ago
RLB360 sees surge in ticket sales as people take advantage of recent good weather.
The tour of the city’s iconic Royal Liver Building, RLB360, which includes a digital experience inside the historic clock tower and amazing views of the city from the fifteenth floor, reopened its doors to the public last month after the Covid-19 lockdown restrictions were lifted.
The team behind the tour implemented new safety measures to ensure guests can enjoy the attraction safely and at ease and over the last month have seen a surge in ticket sales.
With the recent good weather in the city and a lot of people opting for staycations RLB360 has seen more people than expected book in for the tour of the city’s most iconic building.
As great as the increase in visitors is, they are still urging people to visit what is on their doorstep and to continue to help the tourism industry recover after the recent lockdown period.
Seriously. You NEED to experience the new @RLB360 tour of our Royal Liver Building. What an amazing addition to our city region. 😍Goosebumps all round 👌🏼 Jay pic.twitter.com/O3mvNUOYXC
— The Guide Liverpool 🌇 (@TheGuideLpool) April 10, 2019
Chris Devaney from RLB360 said:
“We were so thankful to be given the green light to reopen last month and it’s been great to see that even though we have reduced our tour numbers we’ve still had a lot of visitors and interest, the recent good weather has definitely helped.
“We know we’re in a fortunate position as so many other attractions have faced challenges in recovering but we’re still a long way from where we were and it would be great for people to keep on visiting and experience our wonderful attraction for themselves,”
RLB360 is Liverpool’s most famous landmark attraction.
It has been popular with visitors from across the globe since it opened and was recently nominated for two awards at this year’s Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards.