Location: Radio City Tower, Houghton Street, Liverpool
Last Sunday, I spent a day in one of my favourite cities in the world, my university city and a place I hold in my heart: Liverpool. Every time I visit the city, I always fill my time up with as much as possible; whether it's strolling down the docks, splurging money in Liverpool One or enjoying one of the cities many quirky bars and cafes for a few cocktails and a spot of lunch. This time, I met my friend who asked me if I'd ever been up the Radio City Tower, and to even my own surprise, I hadn't. If you're looking for an activity to do in Liverpool that is cheap and cheerful, a trip up Radio City Tower Liverpool might just be the one for you.
Standing 400 feet proudly above the city, the viewing gallery is open daily including weekends and bank holidays (excluding Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year). Situated in the heart of the city centre, the tower is easy to reach and costs just £5.50 for adults, which I thought was an absolute bargain in exchange for the stunning views you receive. Plus, you're allowed to spend as long as you like in the viewing gallery, which is reached in seconds via the lift. Prices are less for students, children and those who are retired - you can find out all the information on the Your Liverpool View website here.
As you can see, the views of the city are incredible, especially on a cool crisp Autumn day like the one we were lucky enough to witness. With views of not only the incredible Liverpudlian sky line, but the Wirral, North Wales and even the Lake District and Blackpool on clear days, it's an activity that you need to put on your to-do list next time you visit the Merseyside gem of the North West! Are you planning on visiting Radio City Tower Liverpool this Autumn? Let me know below!