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At the heart of Liverpool's famous, iconic and always developing waterfront. Visually, nothing defines the city more than the Royal Liver and accompanying Cunard and Port of Liverpool buildings by Pier Head. Known collectively as the "Three Graces...more
This is an iconic building situated in the Royal Albert Dock. You can see it from most places in the city, and it guides you back to the docks. Love the Liver birds resting on the top. Lovely view of this building from the river...More
This is one of those places that isnt really an attraction as it is basically an office building, but forms part of such an iconic sky line that it is worth going to see.
The two bird statues have a interesting story in thier own...More
Once you know this building, when you see it in a skyline you'll immediately know you're looking at Liverpool. This isn't a destination you go to and take a tour of. I never even tried to go inside. It may be fabulous on the inside,...More
It's all offices inside, there is the odd visitor tour but not sure why it would be on TripAdvisor. Nice place to work though, especially in summer when you can walk outside by the river in the sunshine.
Royal LIver Building is one of the three graces buildings and it is very close to the Docklands.
It used to be part of the Liverpool sightseeing tour and it is a very impressive and iconic building for the city.
The size of the building,...More