An attraction is planned for Liverpool’s famous Royal Liver Building, with visitors able to have 360-degree views across the city.
Plans for the attraction have been submitted, and developers hope it will open in early 2019, with tickets available towards the end of 2018.
The waterfront building is co-owned by Luxemborg-based investment group, Corestate Capital, and Everton FC majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri.
The attraction will be designed and operated by Heritage Great Britain in partnership with Corestate.
Liverpool-based Heritage Great Britain owns and operates Snowdon Mountain Railway, Land’s End and The Needles Landmark Attraction.
Allan Leech, Heritage Great Britain chief executive, said: “It’s the first time in a number of generations that the world-famous building will be accessible to tourists and residents, giving behind-the-scenes access and stunning 360-degree views across the city and region, together with cutting-edge technology to educate and entertain visitors.”
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