Grade 2 Listed Buildings in Liverpool

grade 2 listed buildings

Liverpool, renowned for its rich architectural heritage, boasts a significant number of Grade II listed buildings. These structures are recognized for their special historical or architectural interest, contributing to the city’s unique character.

The following is a list of some notable Grade II listed buildings in Liverpool:

  1. The Albany: A historic building in Liverpool, notable for its architectural and historical significance.
  2. Albion House: Another prominent structure with a distinct architectural style.
  3. Martins Bank Building: This building is recognized for its unique design and historical value.
  4. College of Technology and Museum Extension: Known for its contribution to Liverpool’s educational and cultural landscape.
  5. Adelphi Bank: A building with a rich history in the financial sector of Liverpool.
  6. Cunard Building: Located at Georges Pier Head, this building was completed between 1913-16 and is a notable landmark.
  7. Fowler’s Building: Situated on Victoria Street, constructed during 1866-69, it represents the architectural style of that era.
  8. India Buildings: An office building and shopping arcade on Water Street, built between 1924–30. It features a Portland stone façade, a coffered barrel vaulted ceiling, and Ionic columns.
  9. Liverpool Medical Institution: Located on Mount Pleasant, built during 1836-37.
  10. The Lyceum: A classical-style building on Bold Street, dating back to 1802, initially housed England’s first gentlemen’s subscription library.
  11. Philharmonic Hall: A significant cultural landmark in Liverpool.
  12. Playhouse Theatre: Known for its contributions to Liverpool’s performing arts scene.
  13. Port of Liverpool Building: Another architectural gem, part of Liverpool’s maritime history.
  14. Tower Building: A prominent structure within the city’s skyline.
  15. Walker Art Gallery: Renowned for its cultural and artistic significance.
  16. Picton Reading Room and Hornby Library: These buildings are significant in Liverpool’s literary and educational history.
  17. Croxteth Hall: A major building in the L12 postal district, highlighting Liverpool’s architectural diversity.

Other Grade 2 Listed buildings in Liverpool

  • Memorial to the Heroes of the Marine Engine Room
  • Municipal Buildings
  • Nelson Monument
  • Orleans House
  • National Westminster Bank
  • Main Bridewell
  • Nos. 1 and 3 Duke Street
  • Nos. 1 to 10 Gambier Terrace
  • No. 16 Cook Street
  • No. 24 Hanover Street
  • Nos. 26 – 30 (even) Hanover Street
  • No. 62 Rodney Street
  • Nos. 159 – 163 (odd) Duke Street
  • Nos. 169 and 171
  • Vines Public House
  • Royal Insurance Building, North John Street
  • Royal Insurance Building, Queen Avenue
  • William Brown Library and Museum
  • Wapping Dock Warehouse
  • Wellington Column
  • Wellington Rooms
  • Sessions House
  • Steble Fountain
  • “Swedish Seaman’s Church
  • (Gustav Adolf Church)”
  • Princes Road Synagogue
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