The Pier Head is a significant aspect of the World Heritage Site and brings together the majestic Three Graces of The Royal Liver Building, The Cunard Building and Port of Liverpool building, making Liverpool Waterfront one of the most recognised skylines in the world. Pier Head also boasts the very modern facade of the recently opened Museum of Liverpool and the unusual sight of narrow boats as they pass through the specially constructed Canal Link.
Offering visitors a unique experience and a wide range of attractions including the world famous Mersey Ferries, Open Eye Gallery (the only gallery dedicated to photography and related media in the North West of England) and the Museum of Liverpool, the Pier Head is also home to one of Liverpool's most dramatic recent developments, Mann Island, which has radically enhanced the city's famous waterfront skyline and comprises luxury apartments, office space, galleries, cafe bars and restaurants.
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A new landmark building at the Pier Head, at the core of the World Heritage Site on Liverpool's famous waterfront.
New museum to exhibit some of the most important pieces in the history of pop and rock
PricePrice £11.00 to £43.00 Per Ticket
Matou is a modern Pan Asian Restaurant & Cocktail Bar providing the ultimate in fine dining, merging dishes from the Far East and also offering a tempting selection of fusion dishes.
Hands-on discovery centre for families of children aged 2-10 years. 6 exciting zones and entertaining science shows.
Situated in a stunning location, boasting fantastic views of the Liverpool Waterfront, Three Graces and Museum of Liverpool, the world's most recognisable coffee brand has arrived at The Pier Head.
Mann Island is a £135million mixed use development which has radically enhanced the already iconic Liverpool Waterfront.
Free exhibition, event and performance space is now available in Mann Island, Liverpool's most prestigious new address.
A monumental structure in the Edwardian Baroque style with pediments and tall lantern towers.
Built in the Italian Palazzo style inspired by the Farnese Palace in Rome. The building totals 212,546 sq.ft of lettable space with accommodation ranging from 250 sq.ft to 35,000 sq.ft.
Around 40 original film posters and memorabilia celebrate Liverpool’s starring role in films featuring the city from the past 60 years