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Albert Dock

Albert DockThe Albert Dock is the most popular of Liverpool's attractions, it boasts restaurants, bar, boats and tours, showcased in a World Heritage, waterfront setting.

The Dock consists of a complex of dock buildings and warehouses designed by Jesse Hartley and Philip Hardwick, and was opened in 1846.

The Albert Dock is now the most popular free tourist attraction in the Northwest with a variety of events, attractions and eateries making it perfect for family fun, a day or night out in Liverpool.

Situated in the largest group of Grade I listed buildings in Britain, the Albert Dock houses two hotels - the Premier Inn and Holiday Inn Express, both located in the Britannia Pavilion, as well as many award winning visitor attractions.

The Dock is the home of Tate Liverpool, the award-winning Beatles Story, Merseyside Maritime Museum and the International Slavery Museum.


Sat Nav postcode - L3 4AD

From the South:- Follow the M6 north to junction 21A, turning left onto the M62 in the direction of Liverpool. At the end of the M62 (the Rocket) follow signs for the city centre until you pick up signs for the Albert Dock.

From the North:- Take the M6 to junction 26 and then follow signs for the M58 motorway to Liverpool. Continue to the end of the motorway, then follow signs for the A59 to Liverpool. Follow A59 City Centre until you pick up signs for the Albert Dock. This takes you off the A59 onto the A5053, heading for the Albert Dock.

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