RLB360, the visitor attraction and tour of the city’s iconic Royal Liver Building, reopens its doors this weekend after the second nationwide lockdown.
The tour, which includes a digital experience inside the historic clock tower and amazing views of the city from the fifteenth floor, was last month named ‘Small Attraction of the Year’ at the LCR Tourism Awards.
To celebrate its reopening and help one lucky visitor get in the Christmas spirit, the RLB360 team will be entering everyone who books a tour between now and Christmas into a prize draw to win a hamper their new ‘Crowning Moment’ vodka and ‘1911’ gin.
The tour has also slashed prices for the Christmas period with tickets now available for £10.
Chris Devaney, from RLB360, said: “We wanted to be able to celebrate our reopening and thank guests for coming to visit us this Christman so we’re giving everyone the chance to win a hamper containing the special edition Royal Liver Building 360 vodka and gin. RLB360 is the perfect family day out so we’re urging people to book a tour with us over the Christmas holidays to see behind the scenes at Liverpool’s most famous building.”
RLB360 is Liverpool’s most famous landmark attraction. It has been popular with visitors from across the globe since it opened and recently unveiled new merchandise with donations from the sales going to the Alder Hey Children’s Hospital Charity.
You can find out more about RLB360 and book tickets for Christmas at www.rlb360.com
Liverpool’s most iconic building was Europe’s first skyscraper and one of the first buildings in the world built using reinforced concrete, the iconic building stands at 322 feet tall to the top of the spires, and 167 feet to the main roof.