Royal Albert Dock Liverpool, Liverpool

4.6
Must see · World heritage site · Pier / Boardwalk · Scenic Walking Area
Royal Albert Dock Liverpool is among the country's most architecturally and historically significant collections of buildings, and houses Liverpool's most exciting attractions. It opened in 1846 as Britain's first structure built from cast iron, brick, and stone, and was the world's first fireproof construction. Start in the Beatles Story exhibit, where you'll learn all about the four Liverpudlians and their incredible impact on modern music. View some of the most acclaimed British and international contemporary art exhibits at the Tate Liverpool. Head into Mersey Maritime Museum to discover Liverpool's maritime heritage, and study ancient and modern slavery in the International Slavery Museum. You'll also find a large selection of cafes, restaurants, and shops among the buildings' grand colonnades. Some of the museums have an entrance fee, but a stroll around the complex is free. Add Royal Albert Dock Liverpool and other attractions to your Liverpool trip itinerary using our Liverpool journey builder app.
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  • Got to say , couldn’t fault the food & the service by Becky excellent all top notch & our steaks all cooked to perfection . & Covid strict 👍.  more »
  • The Royal Albert Dock is without a shadow of a doubt the premier tourist destination in our wonderful city. So much to see ,so much to take in and enjoy ,with Liverpool coming out of the 2nd...  more »
  • Visit the Christmas lights and enjoy the atmosphere. My advice is to visit the special Millions of Lights display on a dry and fine evening. A perfect time would be a crisp clear end of the day just.....  more »
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  • We went on the floating Grace river canal cruise. It was magical. Staff were amazing funny and warm and welcoming. We has a 3 course meal.and it was delicious. The service could not of been better. Every plate cleared. Full recommended. It was part of my birthday treat and I loved it. Fully recommended
  • Nice place to walk around and lots to see. Plenty of places all along to stop and have a drink, snack, or a nice sit down dinner. Very easy to spend 5-6 hours walking all around this area and up near city centre. Taxi's, buses, hotels, all within easy reach. I'd only recommend going when it is a bit warmer than late January.
  • Nice place to walk around and lots to see. Plenty of places all along to stop and have a drink, snack, or a nice sit down dinner. Very easy to spend 5-6 hours walking all around this area and up near city centre. Taxi's, buses, hotels, all within easy reach. I'd only recommend going when it is a bit warmer than late January.
  • Lots to walk around and place always has something going on. Been twice and if you're visiting Liverpool, I'd say it's a nice place to visit sunset time. Could go with a group of people or on your own for a relaxing walk. Enjoy.
  • Great site to visit when in Liverpool! A true gem in the north for both shopping, enjoying a meal out or for a walk with some fresh air. The architecture is beautiful and fits in with Liverpool's history. A must see for anyone who is a fan of heritage sites and loves stunning scenery. Beautiful and a fun place to go to both on a sunny day or when it's raining cats and dogs outside!

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