St Johns Beacon, one of Liverpool's most iconic landmarks offers 360° panoramic views of Merseyside, North Wales, Cheshire and as far as the Lake District on clear days. Home to the award-winning radio station Radio City, Radio City 2 and Radio City Talk, the tower gives you the chance to view Liverpool's ever-changing skyline from more than 400 feet (120 meters) above the City Centre. This admission ticket includes a full-color panoramic souvenir booklet and there is no time limit on your visit. Last entry to the Beacon is 15 minutes before close.
Visit: St Johns Beacon, Liverpool, Merseyside, EnglandSt 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.