Liverpool Town Hall
Liverpool Town Hall is the home of The Lord Mayor of Liverpool, situated within Liverpool’s prestigious World Heritage Site.
Built in 1749 and designed by John Wood, the Grade 1 listed Town Hall is recognised as one of the finest surviving town halls of the 18th Century and a masterful example of Georgian architecture.
The Main Ballroom offers a unique setting for 200+ guests, seated beneath three of the finest Georgian chandeliers in Europe. Made in Staffordshire in 1820, each chandelier is 8.5 metres long, contains 20,000 pieces of cut glass crystal and weighs over one ton.
The Hall has hosted countless prestigious events, including numerous Freedom of the City ceremonies, Royal visits from home and abroad and an iconic homecoming for the Beatles on the front balcony!