Rich heritage meets modern attractions at the waterfront's Albert Dock, boasting magnificent architecture and the largest group of grade 1 listed buildings in the UK, whilst providing fun for the whole family and lively entertainment venues. Home of Tate Liverpool, Maritime Museum, International Slavery Museum and The Beatles Story as well as an eclectic mix of bars and restaurants; making it a place where today meets yesterday and day meets night.
Albert Dock has been part of Liverpool's landscape for over 160 years and remains a key feature of Liverpool's world-renowned Waterfront. Transformed in the early 1980s, we have developed into the most popular free tourist attraction in the North West with our museums, boats and tours providing an action-packed experience.
Think of Liverpool, think Albert Dock.
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Don your flat cap, toot those whistles and witness the monsters of the industrial age roll into Albert Dock...
The Albert Dock's Folk Festival on the Dock is back for more, in it's second year.
Heritage on the Dock to unlock the secrets of Albert Dock Liverpool.
Expect thrilling live action under sail and breathtaking stunts, this year interwoven with local folklore and the fascinating heritage of the Liverpool privateers.
Offering a cool and creative range of gifts for children, art materials and jewellery as well as an extensive selection of British and Modern art books and Liverpool gifts.
The Gallery Cafe is a delightful café with outdoor quayside seating, offering a perfect pit-stop for a great full English breakfast or light lunch.
A contemporary bar and restaurant located in Britannia Pavilion, Albert Dock offering a bistro menu at lunch time and a la carte in the evening.
Fabulous food, great service and plush surroundings makes this venue perfect for every type of occasion
a new exhibition from the Beatles Story which helps to bring John Lennon's New York Years to life.
Exhibition featuring posters that highlight some of the liberation and independence movements that swept through Africa after the Second World War, many inspired by the Cuban Revolution of 1959.
the International Slavery Museum is located within Liverpool's Albert Dock, inside the Merseyside Maritime Museum building.