The city’s iconic Royal Liver Building, RLB360, tour, which includes a digital experience inside the historic clock tower and amazing views of the city from the fifteenth floor, has reopened its doors to the public.
Last 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 to guests.
As well as dedicating days to NHS staff, Heritage Great Britain, the team behind the attraction, have created the new Social Bubble ticket saving you £15 across your booking.
The aim of the ticket is to enable families or extended bubbles to be able to visit the attraction together for a special price.
The social bubble ticket is £40 for 4 people. Visiting parties must contain at least one child.
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.
The experience was praised for offering free tickets to NHS employees and this weekend will unveil new merchandise with donations from the sales going to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.
Chris Devaney from RLB360 said:
“We cannot wait to reopen this weekend. We’re hoping that people from all over Merseyside and the country will come to visit us this summer.”
For more information and to purchase tickets please visit www.RLB360.com