There is so much to see in Liverpool but the one place where you get to see it all is at the at the top of Radio City Tower, Liverpool.
St John’s Beacon (its official name) re-opened to the public following refurbishment in 2011. Standing majestically some 400 feet above the heart of the City Centre, the beacon offers amazing 360 degree views of Merseyside, the Wirral, North Wales (sometimes you can even get to see Snowdonia) and, on clearer days, as far away as Cumbria.
The Gallery is located on the top level of the Radio City Tower which, back in the 1970s, was home to the famous Tower Restaurant. Officially St John’s Beacon, this iconic monument is known affectionately by locals as the Radio City Tower, when you visit you can see for yourself the working studios of Radio City, Radio City 2 and Radio City 3.
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