Famous Monuments and Historic Buildings in the UK

Liverpool was the Capital of Culture in 2008, it has many historic buildings

St Georges Hall, Liverpool William Brown Street, Liverpool - Photo by Dave Wood - www.uk-photos.co.uk Liverpool has so many historic buildings that visitors will struggle to visit them all in a day. Only London has more Georgian buildings than Liverpool. St Georges Hall (left) is considered to be one of the finest buildings in the world by people such as Prince Charles. Within a few hundred metres of St Georges Hall are a number of other fine building that can be visited. The Museum, Library and Art Gallery in William Brown Street (right). William Brown Street presents a whole row of 19th Century classical building.

Liverpool Waterfront - Image by www.zulloch.com Albert dock The historic waterfront boasts the 'Three Graces' and is a World Heritage site. Within a few hundred metres of the Three Graces is the Albert Dock, home to the Maritime Museum and Tate Gallery.

Rodney Street Bluecoat Chambers Town Hall Liverpool Anglican Cathedral
Conservation centre Duke Street Cathedral Lipa - Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts
Various building around Liverpool City Centre

Organisations that help preserve Historic Buildings and Monuments in the UK