Liverpool’s most iconic tourist attraction to reopen its doors 4th July, offers free tours for all NHS workers on Sunday 5th July.
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, will celebrate its reopening with a special day for NHS staff and their families.
The attraction, popular with visitors from across the globe, is offering free tickets to all Merseyside-based NHS workers to enjoy guided tours and the famous clock-tower digital show, on Sunday 5 July.
Earlier this month RLB360 was the first tourist attraction to announce its reopening in Liverpool after the government relaxed social distancing measures put in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The team behind the tour have been busy implementing new measures – including hand sanitising stations and reduced tour numbers – to ensure they can safely reopen.
RLB360’s Chris Devaney said:
“Sunday 5 July will be a day for our NHS heroes at RLB360. We will never be able to thank NHS workers for all they have done and continue to do during this pandemic, they have been phenomenal and deserve all the recognition they get. We wanted to do something to show our thanks and decided that our first weekend open will have a day dedicated to them.
All NHS workers will be eligible for free tickets to the tour, on a first come first serve basis and following this we will be offering discounted slots for the NHS to continue to show our support and gratitude to them. NHS workers just need to email us in advance of Sunday 5 July to book their tours. We’re looking forward to welcoming them.”
Following the free NHS day, RLB360 will be offering a 20% discount on tickets every Thursday for all NHS workers.
NHS staff can qualify for free tickets for the RLB360 tour by emailing email@example.com. Anyone applying must do so from their NHS email address.
RLB360 is one of Liverpool’s most popular visitor attractions and is nominated for two awards at this year’s Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards.
For more information visit www.rlb360.com