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St. John's Beacon Viewing Gallery Admission Ticket

  • Single-use admission for Liverpool’s Radio City Tower
  • Look down over Liverpool from the 400-foot (121-meter) high viewing platform
  • See as far as North Wales and the Lake District on a clear day
St. John's Beacon Viewing Gallery Admission Ticket
From USD 7.86
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Experience Liverpool from above as you ride the elevator to the top of the iconic Radio City Tower and enjoy unrivalled panoramic views from the 400-foot (121-meter) high observation deck. Make the most of your single-entry open admission pass to visit at whatever time suits you and spend as long as you want taking in the views. With a 360-degree viewing terrace, you’ll be able to spot all of Liverpool and Merseyside’s top landmarks, and on a clear day, you can see as far as North Wales and the Lake District.
What to Expect
Visit: St Johns Beacon

St John's Beacon, as Radio City Tower is officially known, is a working media outlet home to a local commercial radio station but is also open to the public as a viewing gallery with 360-degree views of Liverpool and beyond, up to 40 miles away on the clearest of days.
With your admission ticket, you may go whenever you wish during opening hours, and there is no time limit to your stay (recommended time is about 30 minutes). There are on-site guides in the viewing gallery who can provide information about the city and its history, if you have any questions. Before leaving, make sure to pick up your included souvenir booklet that points out some of the attractions in the Merseyside area.
Reviews (26)
1 - 5 of 6 reviews
Reviewed 24 August 2018
Memorable with better half.

Within the area of shopping center. 400 feet high St. John's Beacon is must Viewing Gallery while you are in Liverpool.We were very lucky to have a clear sky. At 400 feet high, you feel something very amazing by views. Worth visiting.

2  Thank rm81jl
Reviewed 20 July 2018
Views...at a price!

On a clear day the views....not quite 360 degrees, because of access restrictions - are excellent. I did think the price a bit excessive for this viewing only corridor though. You are given a 20% voucher for a repeat visit....maybe just pass on to a...More

3  Thank Celtic-Wanderer
Reviewed 12 July 2018
What a view!!!

The beacon is very close to the World museum and a large shopping centre. About 400 foot high, there is a lift. A magnificent view of the city and on a clear day you can see Wales and the Lake District. Well worth a visit.

Thank Catherine T
Reviewed 2 July 2018
A must visit

We found the tower quite easily, the lucky thing for us the windows had just that minute been cleaned so we had a clear view as far as the eye can see. I recommend you add this to you itinerary its well worth it.

Thank Irene B
Reviewed 8 May 2018
A View of Liverpool & Beyond

Having just arrived in Liverpool for the 1st time and awaiting our room to be readied at the nearby Holiday In, close to Lime Street Station, we thought we would get acquainted with the City layout via a quick trip up the Radio City Tower...More

9  Thank MandJfeedback
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