The Best Landmark in St Helens

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in St Helens, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Victoria Square, St Helens WA10 1HP

Since 1876

City or Town Hall, Landmarks, Architectural Buildings, Historical Places, Tourist Attraction, Members Room, Meeting Place, Weddings, Programs & Events

Its main entrance includes 14 steps up to a grand porch with two giant wood and iron doors - The ornate room features a 19th century fireplace at both ends in a large oak surround, and several impressive historic paintings

Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat & Sun Closed

The hall leads to the main reception desk, which stands in front of an oak and glass screen bearing the town’s coat of arms and now-abandoned motto, “Prosperitas in Excelsis”, or “Prosperity in the highest”.
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Corporation Street, St Helens WA10 1LQ

Since 1861

Performing Arts Theater, Landmarks, Entertainment, Comedy, Drama, Variety, Dance, Children's Productions, Annual Pantomime, Musical Shows, Performance Workshops, Miss Royal Beauty, Regal Entertainments, Regal Scenery Hire & Venue Hire

Built by Matcham in the 19th Century, it is the principal theatre in St Helens with 700 seats on two tiers - Provides a wide variety of entertainment from top class comedians to musical shows - A variety of rooms of different sizes available for hire

Mon - Sat 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun 2 hours before event

This is my first visit to this theatre to see Totally Tina. The show itself was amazing. I found the staff friendly and helpful. The seating is very good with plenty of leg room. Its facilities for the disabled are very good and there is a lift to take you to the bar. The bar opens an hour prior to the show starting for soft drinks alcoholic drinks and snacks. There are plenty of nearby car parks within walking distance of the theatre. I have more shows booked for this theatre.

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Kiln Lane, Eccleston, St Helens WA10 4RA

Since 1900

Landmarks, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Tourist Attraction, Heritage Centre, Museum, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, Educational Programs, Outreach Services, School Visits, Group Visits, Events & Shops

Free Admission - It was once a busy blacksmiths forge and a focal point of Eccleston village - Until the mid-20th century, much of Eccleston was rural with many farms and working horses

Sat & Sun 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Seriously excellent place - the events are amazing - the organisation exceptional and the place itself is amazing, especially when you find out its run by truly dedicated people on a shoestring. Please support this museum and its events and well, these guys, as they deserve a medal for this. Brilliant. Had a lovely day and will defo be back.
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