Spring 2019 will see the highly anticipated ultimate viewing experience; Royal Liver Building 360 enhance the city on a whole new level.
The attraction will allow visitors access to the iconic building’s 15th floor, offering them a Liver Birds-eye view of the city never seen before. Operated by Heritage Great Britain, the Royal Liver Building 360 experience will firstly begin in a new visitor centre operating on the lower ground floor, bringing the building’s unique history to life.
The tour will then continue up to the 10th & 15th floors, showcasing the magnificent views from the 321ft building. The stunning 360-degree views across the city of Liverpool and River Mersey will leave visitors lost for words and in awe of such beautiful sights of the best city in the world.
During the tour attendees will also be taken inside the building’s famous clock tower for a sublime audio-visual experience, projected digitally onto the surrounding walls. The projection mapping show is being created by leading experience designer Holovis (recent winner at the Park World Excellence Awards and profile projects such as Wicker Man at Alton Towers and Justice League: A Call for Heroes at Madame Tussauds).
The immersive experience, backed by an original music score, is digitally-projected directly onto the walls of the historic clock tower within the 322ft Grade I-listed structure and explores the building’s significance to Liverpool and how the city has changed in the 108-years since the Liver Building was built.
Allan Leech, CEO of Heritage Great Britain said:
“Heritage Great Britain is unlocking this city icon and bringing it back to life for tourists and residents to enjoy. Guests will enjoy interactive displays, including a cutting-edge audio-visual presentation in the clock tower showcasing the history and culture of the city.
Unlike traditional projection-mapped experiences, this show surrounds the viewer, placing them in the middle of 270° visuals, making it one of the most immersive projection-mapped shows ever created.
With the accompanying surround audio, guests will become immersed into each scene and feel like they are a part of it. We can’t wait for people to experience it for themselves.”
The tour will take approximately 70 minutes, with groups limited to 14 people per time slot.