Royal Liver Building 360 attraction offers FREE entry to families during half-term
The Royal Liver Building 360 attraction has joined a nationwide campaign to offer free entry this autumn.
Visitors to the activity are able to redeem a £25 voucher on admission this autumn thanks to its participation in a new National Lottery Days Out campaign with VisitBritain, the national tourism agency.
That means, with adult tickets priced at £15 and children’s at £10, a parent and child can tour RLB360 with just a single purchase of a Lotto ticket during October.
The lottery tickets, which must have been bought on or after October 1, can then be redeemed through VisitBritain Shop at NationalLotteryDaysOut.com before the £25 voucher is issued.
RLB360 director Chris Devaney said:
“We are really thrilled to be a part of this campaign and offer free visits to people. It is a fantastic opportunity and a real chance for us to promote the city at a world-famous attraction to everyone.”
Visitors to RLB360 can marvel at the history and architecture on display inside the iconic landmark while going behind-the-scenes and learning about the Royal Liver Building clocks.
Every guest will also be provided with a guided tour around the attraction, which opened in 2018 and has since welcomed more than 35,000 visitors from across the world.
You can also get up and close with the Liver Birds by going onto the roof after watching a thrilling digital projection show at RLB360.
The light, sound and digital effect display has been installed inside the historic clock tower, set to the backdrop of the ticking of the original mechanisms, bringing the history of the Royal Liver Building to life 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 place you see today.
The RLB360 visitor centre is free to enter, regardless of whether people tour the building, and you can spend time learning about the history of the Royal Liver Building while viewing historic displays and an archive gallery here too.