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Situated in a spectacular World Heritage waterfront, Albert Dock features the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the country.

It’s just bursting with international art, award-winning museums and attractions, great bars and restaurants; a range of gift and souvenir shops and even two hotels.

Perfect for a stroll on your own or for a family day out, the Dock’s attractions have everything to offer you…

There’s the story of four lads who shook the world at the award-winning Beatles Story and enjoy UK and international contemporary art exhibitions at Tate Liverpool.

Don’t forget the Merseyside Maritime Museum, where you can explore Liverpool’s maritime heritage and take a moment to learn about Liverpool’s history of slave trade at the International Slavery Museum.

The museums, galleries, bars, restaurants and shops are amid the colonnades of this architectural splendour, so enjoy the view as you wander around, eating, drinking and shopping.

As the Northwest’s most popular free attraction, the Dock blends the old with the new, it is contemporary and cultured and always a fun and friendly place to spend your time.

Whether you live locally, or if you’re a far away visitor to Liverpool, we welcome you to Albert Dock: the place to see, eat, drink and play.

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Merseyside Maritime Museum

On their Own

On Their Own: Britain's child migrants an exhibition at Merseyside Maritime Museum, from the 1860s until the late 1960s more...

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Francis Bacon Coming to Tate Liverpool

Tate Liverpool hosts the largest Francis Bacon exhibition in the north of England.  Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms 18 May – 18...

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