The Best Landmark in Warrington

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Warrington, 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!


Sankey Street, Warrington WA1 1UH

Since 1750

Landmarks, Hall, Government Buildings, Architectural Building, Historic Site, House, Events, Ladies Retiring Room, Dining Room, Committee Rooms, Reading Room, Music Room, Weddings, Conferences, Meetings, Venue Hire & Shops

Grade I listed building - It was designed by famous architect James Gibbs - The hall is built in Palladian style and has three storeys and a hipped slate roof - The whole house is built on a foundation made of blocks of copper

Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Warrington Town Hall & the Great Golden Gates are well worth a visit. Warrington Town Hall is an amazing building, built in 1750 situated in Bank Park in Warrington, Cheshire. The Gates to Bank park & Town Hall are stunning with Royal history, the beautiful cast iron gates with a statue of Nike (the goddess of victory) on the four columns, the gates where formally opened in 1895 for walking day, and was believed to have been originally commissioned for Queen Victoria in 1862.

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Cultural Quarter, Palmyra Square South, Warrington WA1 1BL

Since 1895

Concert Hall, Landmarks, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Heritage Site, Programs, Events, Pyramid Arts Centre, Comedy Store Event, Local Band Nights, Music, Comedy, Dance, Drama, Virtual Tour, Venue Hire & Shops

It was designed by the local architect William Owen - It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II listed building - The hall has hosted concerts and organ recitals from leading orchestras and cathedral organists

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Visited the Parr Hall for Comedy Store night. Didn't know what to expect, either from the show or the venue. Both were great. The venue we were in a small theatre was lovely good view from where we were sat, and it appeared that the view from any of the seats was good. The 3 acts including the compere were brilliant, especially the final act of a group of comedians, 'The Noise Next Door', they were absolutely fantastic well worth seeing. Overall, very impressed. Will definitely be going again.

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Slutchers Lane, Warrington WA1 1NA

Since 1916

Bridge, Historical Site, Landmark, Structural Steel Transporter Bridge & Scheduled Ancient Monument

The bridge has a span of 200 ft (61 m), is 30 ft (9.1 m) wide, 76 ft (23 m) feet above high water level with an overall length of 339 ft (103 m) feet - It was designed by William Henry Hunter and built by Sir William Arrol & Co

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The bridge is very special to many locals as is the only rail transporter bridge left in the world and almost a century old. Also is listed as a scheduled ancient monument and by English Heritage Grade II as at risk. Hopefully, access to the bridge can be improved in the near future, to hold on to this piece of history for the town. If visitors go to the Facebook Page 'Save Warrington Transporter Bridge' they can find ways of accessing it from Warrington Bank Quay Station.

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