Royal Liver Buildings
Port Authority Building
Walker Art Gallery
Liverpool Museum - William Brown Street
16 Cook Street
Albion House (White Star Building)
North Western Hotel (Lime Street Chambers)
Originally named the Great North Western Hotel, later Lime Street Chambers. Designed by architect Alfred Waterhouse in the style of a large French châteaux. Completed in 1867. The building fronts a large part of Lime Street Station. The Hotel provided accommodation for users of Lime Street Station. The building forms a part of the William Brown Street conservation area.
The usage as a hotel was short lived with the building partially made into offices and services fro the station at concourse level. The building was renamed Lime Street Chambers. After remaining empty for several years the building now provides 246 student flats with a hair salon and a pub on the ground floor.
George's Dock Ventilation Tower
Art-Deco style. Located at The Pier Head next to the Port Authority Building. Built in the early 1930's over the Queensway road tunnel. Administration offices are incorporated in the building. Bombed by the German Luftwaffe in world war two, it was rebuilt after the conflict.
Chinese Imperial Arch
|Accessible all hours
|0151 233 2008
|Liverpool Chinatown Business Association, Liverpool City Council, Liverpool Rope Walks and Liverpool Chamber of Commerce
The Imperial Arch is said to be the largest outside of China. Liverpool's Chinese community, is the oldest in Europe, and dates back to around 1870.
The Arch is the gateway to Liverpool's Chinatown.
St. John's Beacon
|1 Houghton Street, Liverpool L1 1RL
At 102 metres, St. John's Beacon is the second tallest building in Liverpool.
The tower was built in 1968 and housed a revolving restaurant. The restaurant stopped rotating after the main bearings seized.
Radio City 96.7 moved to the tower in 2000. Besides the radio station there are offices and conference rooms.