Win an RLB360 family tour + a bottle of their best-selling gin

RLB360, the tour of the Royal Liver Building, operated by Heritage Great Britain, opened the Royal Liver Building doors to the public for the first time last year since the building was opened in 1911.

RLB360 Tour - Royal Liver Building

The tour gives you a breath-taking, behind the scenes view of Liverpool’s most iconic building. Visitors are given an insight into the history of the infrastructure, an interactive AV experience of the historic clock tower and a Bird’s eye view from the viewing platform where views stretch across Merseyside and beyond.

Key facts about the Royal Liver Building


Royal Liver Building

  • 1911 - First Opened | Construction for the building began in 1908 and became the purpose-built home of the Royal Liver Assurance group.
  • 322 Feet Tall | Europe’s first skyscraper and one of the first buildings in the world built using reinforced concrete, the Royal Liver Building stands at 322 feet tall to the top of the spires, and 167 feet to the main roof.
  • 15 Floors | Royal Liver Building takes pride of place at the heart of Liverpool’s iconic waterfront. As one of the city’s stunning ‘Three Graces,’ the building was once the tallest in Europe.
  • 2019 - Year Unlocked | For the first time in its history, the Royal Liver Building’s doors are unlocked to the public for an immersive experience through its iconic history.

Win an RLB360 family tour + a bottle of their best-selling gin


RLB360 are giving away a family of four pass which will give a lucky family free entry to the tour where they will be able to explore the building's iconic history with a fully immersive experience followed by a journey to the 15th floor to get panoramic views across Liverpool from the most iconic viewing point in the city.

RLB360 Tour - Royal Liver Building

RLB360 Tour - Royal Liver Building

Note: The family of four pass will be valid for six months after the tour reopens to the public.

Also, on offer is a bottle of their best-selling gins. With three gins to choose from; Nineteen Eleven, a traditional style gin, Bella Gin which is infused with fruit salad sweets or Bertie Gin which is infused with the flavours of apple and elderflower. The choice is down to you.

Royal Liver Building's best selling gins

Entry is simple. Use the Gleam widget below to enter. All the best!


Win an RLB360 family tour + a bottle of their best-selling gin

And don't forget to let me know via the comments section below which is your favourite historic attraction in the UK and why.

114 comments:

  1. Buckingham palace - i just think it is very grand!

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  2. Stonehenge as it's one of the best known ancient wonders of the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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  3. I love the Norfolk Broads because it is a unique envionment of international significance.

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  4. I would love to win - this looks fabulous and would give us all something to look forward to - thanks for the chance t x

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  5. Christine Shelley22 April 2020 at 19:33

    Ironbridge Museums , amazing set of museums which keep you fascinated all holiday

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  6. St Fagan's Folk Museum in Cardiff - it's local to me, and always has lots to do and see - they are currently rebuilding an old pub that they have transferred there (called the Vulcan) and are building it brick by brick.

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  7. I love big ben, it's truely iconic

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  8. The Falkirk Wheel, not only can you see it, you can also ride it!

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  9. michelle o'neill23 April 2020 at 06:19

    I love the Tower of London, just because it looks amazing and all that history

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  10. Skipton castle, so much history there.

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  11. Skipton castle,beautiful

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  12. Tower of London, such an iconic building with a fascinating history.

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  13. Tower of London indeed, there is plenty of history within those walls!

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  14. My favourite attraction is Stourhead in Wiltshire. The grounds are breathtaking and it's a great escape from busy day to day life.

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  15. Always fancied a look round the Liver Building

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  16. The Tower of London- The history is immense and the stories and artefacts brilliant

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  17. I love my city's very own York Minster, it's such an iconic attraction!

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  18. Catherine Newton23 April 2020 at 16:56

    Great prize and competition

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  19. Beautiful but not as good a Hereford Cathedral.

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  20. I love Lincoln Castle - I love walking around the walls

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  21. The docks in Liverpool so much to see and do

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  22. Coventry cathedral, its a reminder of what can happen right under our noses

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    1. The British War Museum you could get lost in there for days!

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  23. Tintagel Castle in Cornwall, its so dramatic and awesome....many thanks

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  24. We are so Lucky to have as many Monuments Cathedrals & Amazing Architecture!

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  25. welsh mountain zoo we love the penguin walk

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  26. I love Stonehenge. Just think it’s amazing to think how it was created.

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  27. The Roman Catholic Cathedral in Liverpool - paddy's wigwam - I love the way light and colour has been made a feature of the architecture

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  28. I love london such amazing city scape

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  29. For me it has to be Buckingham Palace. So beautiful, regal and so much history!

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  30. I love Wells Cathedral. Walking around the tiny city you wouldn't expect such an impressive cathedral.

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  31. Has to be Stonehenge it is such a beautiful attraction and has many stories to tell too

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  32. The Roman Baths - because I have many happy memories of my time in Bath.

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  33. Karen hutchinson29 April 2020 at 23:09

    Tower bridge - last year I won a night at the shard and it was in my view when I woke up

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  34. The views of our amazing city are fantastic from the top of the Anglican cathedral. it's got to be my favourite.

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  35. Old Trafford for the great memories

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  36. Stone Henge,as i love the mystery that surrounds it

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  37. Whitby Abbey - There's something very dark and sinister about it. And the way it overlooks the town makes it even more sinister!

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  38. I love York Dungeon. We've been several times over the years and our children love it!

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  39. The ancient Roman city of BATH with it's spectacular old Roman baths. A beautiful & quaint place to visit with some lovely Georgian architecture.

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  40. tower bridge, very historical x

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  41. I love Durham Cathedral because it's a beautiful building and it's position near the river gives some stunning views.

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  42. I love The Natural History Museum in London

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  43. I’m duxford I could spend all day in there

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  44. Durham Cathedral.It is magnificent and with so much history attached to it.

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  45. I love London Bridge, it’s a historic and clever and very beautiful and instantly recognizable. Also it’s next door to the Tower of London, another iconic site.

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  46. Anyone who's seen Lancaster Castle will know how amazing it is - it's where the Pendle Witches were put on trial and was a Prison until a few years ago, it fairly bursts with history!

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  47. Margaret Clarkson
    "The Angel of the North" - it is so beautiful and I love the wide wings big enough to enfold us all.

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  48. Spitfire sculpture on Spitfire Island, near Castle Bromwich, by the factory site that built them.

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  49. Canterbury Cathedral, I just love that city all together!

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  50. I like Blackpool tower. I remember it from when I went to Blackpool as a child and have been fascinated by it ever since

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  51. I absolutely love the Natural History Museum!

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  52. The Tower of London as it has such a fascinating history

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  53. love the Cotswolds or edinburgh castle! thanks for this amazing giveway, fingers crossed

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  54. Tintagel Castle. Lovely location

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  55. London Eye - I love the view of London from the top

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  56. Blackpool Grand Theatre is my favourite place because it has the most beautiful ceiling ive ever seen ,its a very old theatre with lots of interesting history

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  57. I love Trafalger Square, its just totally iconic to London with the red buses circling it

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  58. Big Ben - such an iconic landmark in London.

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  59. The Tower of London, even from the outside is fascinating, seeing Traitors Gate etc, however, from the inside it is brilliant … although a little pricey to get in

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  60. Westminster Abbey - Poet's Corner and the tombs of most of the English and British monarchs are a must-see.

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  61. Isabell Whitenstall11 May 2020 at 11:40

    The Shard building because it is modern and you get such a great view from the top.

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  62. Cheddar gorge, so much so see there including the 9000 year old Cheddar man. And they are dog friendly

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  63. gemma middleton11 May 2020 at 14:28

    York Minster is my favourite place to visit in the UK. It is stunning and an air of calm comes over me whenever I am there.

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  64. Edinburgh Castle, beautiful x

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  65. Sallyanne Rose11 May 2020 at 16:40

    Rochester castle because i can see it from my house

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  66. Tower Bridge. A stunning iconic bridge over a beautiful river.

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  67. The Eden project is amazing. Certainly a new addition to any must visit list, but I could go again and again. Those biomes are a stunning feat!

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  68. The London Eye has become an iconic landmark in London over the last decade or 2 and has a great view of the city.

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  69. The Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool is amazing such an imposing building

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  70. Blackpool Tower, an incredible piece of Victorian engineering and much nicer than that Orbital Tower at Olympic Park...uuuh!

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  71. I love Windsor Castle for its amazing history.

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  72. Tower Bridge

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  73. I love Stone Henge. I've been to see it in person twice and it just fascinates me.

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  74. Blackpool Tower especially the iconic ballroom

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  75. Love Stonehenge as it's so mystical

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  76. The Spinnaker tower in Portsmouth, edge of the world!

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  77. I love Tintagel Castle in Cornwall...it really transports you to a different era in such a beautiful setting!

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  78. Amber Spilsbury13 May 2020 at 00:32

    This all sounds amazing I'm from chester not far from liverpool and the buildings are iconic

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  79. I love south bank lots of photo opertuinitys and quiet spots if you look hard enouth

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  80. Glastonbury Tor. It's just stunning

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  81. Portobello Road Market in London - so full of life and character - and characters! I've never come away without buying something weird/wonderful/unique!

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  82. Lincoln Cathedral - stunning building and beautiful surroundings

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  83. Love walking the York city Walls

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  84. Olga Magdalena13 May 2020 at 09:58

    The panoramic view at Liverpool must be breathtaking. I love to see the cities from above :)

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  85. I did not like the angel of the north statue at first, but I love it now. It has weathered beautifully. But, the reason I love to see her, is that on long journeys, she tells me that I am nearly home xx

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  86. Olga Magdalena13 May 2020 at 10:00

    Salisbury Cathedral has been my favourite place in the UK so far...something magical about it :)

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  87. Yvonne Stevens13 May 2020 at 10:07

    Walks around the Peak District so many lovely walks and the scenery is stunning

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  88. The Tower of London its fabulous full of history and looks fabulous a great day out lots to do around it as well

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  89. Winchester Cathedral - so much history and so beautiful

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  90. Cotswold a scenic, peaceful and awesome place to visit!!

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  91. Geoffroy Thomas13 May 2020 at 17:06

    Gloucester Cathedral, as I love the colour of the stone and the fact that some of the early Kings of England are buried there. Fantastic cloisters too.

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  92. I love Westminster Abbey- such history and cultural relevance

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  93. Tintagel castle, although it's a ruin you can just imagine what those walls have seen and the setting is amazing, so dramatic and wild, beautiful

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  94. Stonehenge because it's very historic and an ancient mystery/mystical atmosphere for visitors

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  95. Edinburgh Castle - always reminds me of my childhood

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  96. I love The Tower of London because of all the history that surrounds it

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  97. My favourite is Norfolk Broads because it is has a unique environment of international significance.

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  98. My favourite is Skipton castle as it's beautiful

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  99. The Forth Rail Bridge because my family were involved in the building of it (and Tower Bridge)

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  100. The Tower of London, it's so interesting and a great day out!

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  101. I love Stonehenge. It's easy to see from the road and I love glympsing the iconic shapes.

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  102. The docks in Liverpool. Great for a day trip, so much to see!

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