Wheel Of Liverpool

Looking for a fun, family-friendly activity in Liverpool? Check out the Wheel of Liverpool! This iconic Ferris wheel provides some of the best views in the city, and it’s perfect for getting a bird’s eye view of all that this vibrant city has to offer.

Read on to learn more about this unique and exciting attraction!

The 60-meter-tall Wheel of Liverpool gives amazing views of the city’s skyline and the River Mersey. At the M&S Bank Arena and the Royal Albert Dock, guests can ride in one of the 42 fully enclosed capsules. The wheel sits on 300 tons of water and weighs 365 tons. With its fancy VIP pod, it’s a must-see for people of all ages. At any time of day or night, the Wheel of Liverpool is interesting.

The huge wheel in Liverpool The Wheel of Liverpool, which is close to the Echo Arena Liverpool and is sometimes called the “Echo Liverpool” wheel, is one of England’s most popular tourist spots. It is sometimes called the “Echo Liverpool” wheel.

Since it opened to the public on March 25, 2010, tourists have been coming in droves. There are chairs and tables for eight people in the capsule.

Activities at the Giant Wheel of Liverpool

• Highland lovers will have a date with being in one of the highest peaks in Liverpool, specifically at an altitude of 60 meters, which will enable them to see a wonderful panoramic view of the most prominent tourist attractions in Liverpool

• There are many restaurants and cafes around the place that you can visit and enjoy the most delicious traditional and international dishes, and sip your favorite drink while enjoying the beauty of the place and seeing the wheel in the evening lit up brightly.

• During your visit to the wheel, you will love to take a group of souvenir photographs of you and your friends and share them with your loved ones after your return from England.

Opening hours

From Saturday to Thursday from 10 am to 9 pm.

On Friday from 10 am to 11 pm.

Hotels near liverpool wheel

Jurys Inn Liverpool is a 3-star England hotel, just 50 meters from Liverpool Giant Wheel.

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